There’s only a few tomorrows left for Chicago without a go-to guy late.
It’s no longer about if D.J. Augustin is wanted. It’s about how much someone will pay.
D.J. Augustin scored 15 of his career-high 33 points in the fourth quarter and the Chicago Bulls held off the slumping Boston Celtics 107-102 on Sunday night.
When shots aren’t falling within the system, there’s little to no recourse for the Bulls.
Chicago used “contained traps” to force Steph Curry into a season-worst performance.
Kirk Hinrich scored 19 points, Joakim Noah had 18 points and 13 rebounds, and the Chicago Bulls held off the stubborn Los Angeles Lakers 92-86 on Sunday after nearly blowing a 19-point lead.
Stephen Curry finished with 34 points and nine assists, Klay Thompson scored 22 points and the undermanned Warriors rallied to beat the Chicago Bulls 102-87 Thursday night.
Unless they’re blown away, the Bulls could be idle at the trade deadline, K.C. Johnson says.
The Bulls will have to wait until close to tip to see if Noah and Hinrich can go.
Derrick Rose joined his team on the road Wednesday for the first time since he suffered a torn right meniscus Nov. 22.
Now you have a team bad enough.
Only 82 games and at least one best-of-seven playoff series to go before this season starts for real.
Tom Thibodeau apparently turned into Gregg Popovich when we weren’t looking.
And with the 94-91 Game 5 loss in Miami, the 2012-13 Chicago Bulls are nothing more than a memory.
The busted-up Bulls will continue on without Derrick Rose, Luol Deng and Kirk Hinrich.
It was the biggest postseason win in Miami Heat history, and the biggest postseason loss in Chicago Bulls history.
For the depleted Bulls, this is nothing new.
When the Bulls take on the Heat in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on Monday night, they’ll be extremely shorthanded.
Things keep getting worse for the depleted Bulls.
With a 3-2 lead, the Bulls will try again to wrap it up when the series shifts back to the United Center on Thursday.