The Chicago Bulls defeated the New York Knicks on Tuesday night to bring their regular season record to 61-20.
Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls have two things they want to accomplish before the regular season ends. And they can make ground on both of them by beating the New York Knicks on Tuesday night.
The Chicago Bulls have had a great season so far, they’ve reached the 60-win mark, clinched the Eastern Conference’s No. 1 seed and have the frontrunner for the league’s MVP award.
At the peak of his global celebrity, Michael Jordan’s pitch to potential consumers of his branded products was refreshingly direct.
Tom Thibodeau was hired to improve the Bulls’ defense, but it’s possible that he has done much more than that.
Ah, the trade deadline! Speculation and rumors are tossed around more during this time of the season than bean bags in a corn-hole tournament.
The three-ring circus surrounding Carmelo Anthony is over. Let the speculation about how Anthony will fit in with the Knicks and who lost in the trade begin.
Attention New York Knicks fans: if you are wondering when you are going to win your first NBA Championship since 1973…I will let you in on a little secret, okay?
The drawn out Carmelo Anthony sweepstakes may have finally come to a close. According to the Associated Press, the New York Knicks have reached a deal with the Denver Nuggets.
The ongoing saga of Carmelo Anthony has been mere background noise for the Bulls fan.
The NBA trade deadline is February 24 – only a week away and I can’t wait. Not because I’m excited to see what team superstar Carmelo Anthony ends up with, but for all the speculation surrounding him to be over
The last thing Derrick Rose wants to do is talk about his game. Ask him about any of his violent dunks or contortionist rushes to the rim, and he looks like you just told him he’s headed to a three-hour dentist appointment.
Despite big efforts from Derrick Rose and Carlos Boozer, the Bulls still dropped their Christmas Day game to the New York Knicks.
Dasher and Dancer. Cookies and Milk. Mistle and Toe. And … NBA and Basketball?
LeBron James joining the Miami Heat was the signature moment during the free-agent rush last summer. However, it wasn’t the only move that has shaken up the Eastern Conference standings early this season.
By David Schuster– When it comes to the NBA there’s always a learning curve for rookies and that same learning curve applies to first time coaches. Enter Tom Thibodeau who is in his first year […]
Derrick Rose is leading the NBA in scoring, averaging 33.5 points per game, and Joakim Noah leads the league in rebounding, averaging 18 rebounds per game. Rose and Noah lead the Bulls against the undefeated Trail Blazers on the West Side.