Westerlund: Comeback Doesn't Cover Up Bulls' Lingering ChallengeJimmy Butler's been great, but Chicago's second five has struggled mightily.
Watch: Rajon Rondo Is Clubhouse Leader In Worst Flop Of The Year CompetitionUmm, he wasn't even touched in the slightest bit on that play, was he?
Celtics Even Series Against Hawks With 87-80 WinPaul Pierce battled through another tough shooting night to score 36 points and the Boston Celtics wiped out Atlanta's 11-point lead in the second half even without Rajon Rondo, stunning the Hawks 87-80 on Tuesday in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference playoffs.
Deng's Layup With 3.7 Left Leads Bulls Past HawksLuol Deng's layup with 3.7 seconds to play lifted the Chicago Bulls to a 76-74 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night.
Bulls One Win Away From Advancing To Confernce FinalsFor a team facing the league's MVP, the team with the best record in the NBA and elimination from the playoffs, the Atlanta Hawks seem pretty confident that they can beat the Chicago Bulls in Game6 of this series.
Rose Leads Bulls Past Hawks In Game 5Derrick Rose scored 33 points to lead the Chicago Bulls past the Atlanta Hawks in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinal series.
Bulls Lose To Hawks, Series Returns To Chicago Tied At 2In a back and forth battle for most of the night, the Atlanta Hawks pulled away towards the end and went on to beat the Chicago Bulls.
Rose And Bulls Cruise Past Hawks, Take 2-1 Series LeadTwo days after NBA Commissioner David Stern handed Derrick Rose the MVP Award in front of a United Center Crowd, Rose looked every bit deserving of the honor.
Bulls Beat Hawks 86-73, Series Tied 1-1NBA Commissioner David Stern was on hand for Game 2 of the Bulls-Hawks series to present Derrick Rose his MVP trophy in front of the Chicago crowd.
Wennington: Rose Settled Too Much In Game 1As the Bulls prepare for Game 2 against the Atlanta Hawks, radio analyst Bill Wennington is looking back at what went wrong in Game 1.
Hawks Have 'No Shot' At Guarding Rose In Game 1Derrick Rose is expected to receive the NBA's Most Valuable Player Award within a few days. The third-year point guard averaged 25 points per game in the regular season, and an even more impressive 27.6 PPG in the playoffs.
Hawks Prepare For Bulls Without HinrichJeff Teague will have to do his best against the NBA's expected MVP, the guy who led the Chicago Bulls to more wins than any other team.