If you’re thinking New Jersey Nets guard Keith Bogans will have extra motivation tonight against his former team in New Jersey then you would be correct.
The Chicago Bulls waived guard Keith Bogans Friday, two days after signing Richard Hamilton to a two-year deal.
Just not good enough. That’s the perfect way to describe what happened to the Bulls on Sunday night. The final score was Heat 96 and Bulls 85 and all the team’s weaknesses are starting to get exposed.
Carlos Boozer had his biggest game of the postseason and the Chicago Bulls blew past the Atlanta Hawks to advance to the Eastern Conference finals where they’ll take on the Miami Heat.
Keith Bogans didn’t practice Tuesday morning but will play and start in Game 5 against the Atlanta Hawks. Bogans got some precautionary extra rest from Tom Thibodeau for his sore right ankle.
Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah has been named to the NBA’s All-Defensive Second Team, the league announced on Monday.
The numbers suggest playing Kyle Korver more is a good idea for Tom Thibodeau’s Bulls.
The Bulls last night showed everyone why they had the best regular-season record in the NBA, as they dispatched the pesky Indiana Pacers in a dominating Game Five.
Try as you may to get the Bulls players to talk about the upcoming playoffs but it’s a useless subject, for now. They refuse to look ahead and remain focused on the subject at hand which tonight is the Philadelphia 76ers.
The Chicago Bulls and the New Jersey Nets are on two completely different ends of the NBA spectrum right now.
The Chicago Bulls are just a half-game behind the Boston Celtics for the top spot in the Eastern Conference, and that’s pretty impressive considering the injuries the team has had to deal with.
While yesterday was a statement win for the Chicago Bulls, reality needs to set in and sometime soon.
The Chicago Bulls are dominating the Central Division and facing he second place Pacers was no challenge to them. Chicago took an early lead and kept it.
The Bulls are hoping to come back from a season opening loss and slow the Pistons down for their home opener. With a new coach and eight new players to rebuild the team around Derrick Rose, the Bulls are ready.
(WSCR) – With the signing of eight free agents during the off-season in an attempt to overhaul the Bulls around Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah, Tom Thibodeau has the playoffs in sight. The Bulls start their season opener in Oklahoma City to show they can contend as a top team.
Tom Thibodeau will have to wait for his first win as a head coach (pre season or otherwise) as the Bulls dropped a 92-83 decision up in Milwaukee. As expected (and get used to this) […]
Carlos Boozer underwent successful surgery today to repair his broken right hand, specifically the 5th metacarpal. The official word from the team is that Boozer is expected to miss eight weeks, starting tonight when the […]
DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) The Chicago Bulls are keeping Joakim Noah around for a while. When he gets to play with Carlos Boozer, however, will take a little bit longer than expected. The Bulls confirmed they […]
When the Chicago Bulls begin their pre-season play tonight against the Milwaukee Bucks, they will do so without a good portion of their starting lineup. Both Carlos Boozer and Ronnie Brewer were signed in the […]
DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The Chicago Bulls are ready to get going this season with a host of new faces – and they’d like Joakim Noah to be there, too. The Bulls have been mentioned […]