Archive for the ‘Chicago Bulls’ Category

No Rondo, No Party as Bulls face elimination

A week is a long time in the NBA. Seven days ago the Chicago Bulls were sitting pretty as Rajon Rondo led them to a 2-0 series lead over Boston. Now? Rondo had to sit out the next three and the Bulls stand on the brink of elimination…

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Rajon Rondo the catalyst as the Bulls “Three Alphas” stun Boston

Dwayne Wade, Jimmy Butler and Rajon Rondo sat together in front of the assembled media after Tuesday’s impressive 111-97 win over the Celtics in a scene that Bulls fans could barely have dreamed of a few months back, when infighting threatened to completely derail their season…

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BULLS WATCH – Wade and Rondo gamble has brought credibility back to the Bulls

Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler both shone as Chicago got their season off to a perfect start with a 105-99 win over the Boston Celtics at the United Centre. The Bulls are one of the most intriguing NBA stories this year…

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ONES TO WATCH: CENTRAL DIVISION – Reviewing Each NBA Team’s Key Player in 2016-17

In the second part of our NBA Season Preview, we take a look at the key players in the Central Division, where the current Champions Cleveland reside. Can anyone match LeBron and co. in this division? Matt Pegg takes a look…

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BullsWatch – “Thank God for Jimmy Butler”

It’s been a productive couple of weeks for the Bulls who moved up to 4th place in the Eastern Conference standings on the back of some impressive victories. Since the last BullsWatch Chicago have gone 5-1 and on Friday night recorded a fine win in Memphis against the high flying Grizzlies. Let’s recap an interesting fortnight… 

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Chicago Bulls better off without Carmelo Anthony

The Bulls missed out on Carmelo Anthony this past summer, and it seemed to be a big loss at the time. More than a quarter into the 2014-2015 season, Dhruv Koul can clearly see that the Bulls are OK without him…

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BullsWatch – West is best?

Since the last BullsWatch Chicago have played four games, winning two against fellow Eastern Conference sides and dropping two against sides from the West. While the Bulls are ticking over quite nicely, their abysmal home record is providing some cause for concern… Read more »

BullsWatch – Circus Trip edition

Derrick Rose’s fitness continues to dominate the conversation as the Bulls won two and lost two this week, but according to Head Coach Tom Thibodeau Chicago has a new star now. Find out who in this week’s “Bulls Watch”… 

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Bulls Watch – “The Road Warriors”

Since last week’s BullsWatch Chicago have had two impressive wins and two bad losses. The Bulls are well placed in the East with an 8-4 record after reeling off seven road wins already, but have just begun a tough seven game ‘circus trip’ so that record may not be quite so impressive the next time I report. So without further ado, let’s get this show on the road…

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Bulls Watch: All they do is win… except when they don’t

It’s been a predictably good start to the year by the much fancied Chicago Bulls, who have the second best record in the Eastern Conference at 6-2. Since losing to LeBron’s Cavaliers in their second game, Tom Thibodeau’s men have reeled off five of six and now have Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah back in the line up. Welcome to this week’s Bulls Watch…

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