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Posts Tagged ‘ Chicago Bulls ’

Scouting Report: Joakim Noah vs Brooklyn Nets

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Date: 3/3/14             Opponent: Brooklyn Nets (LOSS: 96-80) Scouted: Joakim Noah – Chicago Bulls Final stats: 10 pts (5/8), 6 rebs, 1 assts (although I had him for 2), 2 stls, 6 TOs  {-13 diff, BEST of starters} Previous game stats: 13 pts (4/10), 12 rebs, 14 assts – vs Knicks (WIN) Matchup: defended by...
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Bulls keep Nazr, waive Rip

  The most popular moment for many Chicago Bulls fans last season wasn’t Nate Robinson’s 24-point 4th quarter or the Game 7 win at Brooklyn…it was Nazr Mohammed shoving Lebron James back 20 feet and to the floor. Hey, it’s Chi-town.   Today the Bulls came to an agreement with the back-up center on...
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Mike Dunleavy to Bulls

  According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, The Chicago Bulls are close to securing a verbal agreement with free agent swingman Mike Dunleavy. It will reportedly be a three-year, $6 million deal.   The Bucks’ free agent was one of the players Houston was lining up to potentially put around Dwight Howard. I guess...
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Redemption: Keith Bogans finally gets paid

  If you’re a lifelong BlogNBAsketball fan then you’ll know the story of Keith Bogans. I have shed light in the past on this man and his history of being pooped on by numerous franchises. He’s the example of how the NBA doesn’t take care of its veterans, as they get recycled like spare parts across the league.   Two...
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Thomas Robinson to Cavs/Bulls?

  At this time last year, Thomas Robinson was one of the hottest names in the NBA Draft. This year, he is a key piece to the future of the Houston Rockets. Wait, let me explain.   If…no, when the Rockets trade Robinson on 2013 Draft Night he will allow them the wiggle room...
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Deng for No. 3 pick? Wizards should say ‘NO’

  According to Marc Stein at ESPN, the Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards have talked about a trade of Luol Deng for the No. 3 overall pick.   The Wizards would likely need to include Emeka Okafor to sweeten the deal. The ‘bigman’ would also have to opt into his contract for next season...
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Noah, Bulls too amped up vs Heat?

  The NBA needs more players like Joakim Noah, and I’m not just referring to physical defense and rebounding at the center position. I’m talking about the old-school fire and competitiveness that translates into leadership both on and off the court. Derrick Rose may have been Chicago’s MVP the past few years, but the Bulls take...
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Nazr ejected for Lebron hit

  The Bulls-Heat series has officially erupted.   With 9:29 left in the second quarter of Game 3, Chicago back-up center Nazr Mohammed grabbed Lebron James as he dribbled downcourt in transition. James then gave him a chicken-wing back. As referee Joey Crawford was calling a technical on Lebron, Mohammed two-hand shoved James 10-feet and...
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Heat should start Norris Cole vs Bulls

  Following Miami’s loss in Game 1, the media was quick to interrogate starting point guard Mario Chalmers on Nate Robinson’s 27-point night and clutch shots to close out the game. “He was born a scorer” Chalmers admitted, while also pledging “I can guard him, it’s not a problem.” When Game 2 started with Robinson blowing...
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Bulls have homecourt and style on their side

  The Miami Heat beat the Chicago Bulls in the most misleading 37-point blowout ever. What I mean is, it really wasn’t all that bad.   Before the bottom fell out on a decimated Bulls roster (leading 1-0 in series), they were in Miami’s head and suckering them into playing their style. It was a physical...
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Once and for all, Noah is better than Lopez

  Some of my Twitter followers may remember a serious debate I had with many around midseason regarding two centers out East. The topic was Brook Lopez getting an All-Star nod ahead of Joakim Noah. I argued that the Bulls center, with all his defense and rebounding, is a better overall player. Lopez, while being...
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No Flu: Bulls’ Deng battling serious illness

  As the flu bug makes its way through the Chicago Bulls locker room during their series with the Nets (see Nate Robinson throwing up on bench), Luol Deng took to Twitter this morning to address why he missed Game 6…..   “It really upsets me that everyone thinks I would miss a game bc of the...
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Bulls’ Hinrich out for series?

  Forget Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls fans are just hoping for a ‘Kirk Hinrich comeback’ at this point. Unfortunately, it is unlikely to happen in this series.   Hinrich’s badly strained left calf muscle has not improved to the point where he can play in tonight’s Game 6. It is likely he won’t be available...
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Hinrich out w/ calf injury

  Kirk Hinrich will miss tonight’s Game in Brooklyn, as the Chicago Bulls try to finish off the Nets. He has a bruised left calf which he injured in Game 4.   It’s so bad that Hinrich arrived at Monday morning’s shootaround in a walking boot.   “It’s real disappointing,” Hinrich said. “You never want to miss...
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Nets 76, Bulls 79: Is it time for Teletovic?

  I don’t know what was scarier, the Bulls’ apathy in the first five minutes of Game 3 or their suffocating defense from that point on in the contest Either way, Chicago held on to beat the Brooklyn Nets in a playoff struggle fitting of the 79-76 final score.   Brooklyn blitzed Chicago early...
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