The NBA announced Friday the Bulls will travel to Los Angeles to take on the Lakers at 4 p.m. on Dec. 25 on ABC.
The Score’s Jason Goff hosted a round table discussion late Tuesday night to discuss the upcoming season and what the Bulls need to do to make it past the Eastern Conference Finals and win a title.
Year one of the Carlos Boozer era in Chicago was, simply put, a disappointment.
One NBA expert said for the Bulls to make it to the finals this season, they need to bring in more help for Rose.
The new NBA collective bargaining agreement means more than just basketball’s return to Chicago.
After nearly two years of bickering, NBA players and owners are back on the same side. “We want to play basketball,” Commissioner David Stern said.
NBA players are out of work due to the lockout, leaving most players with the free time to spend their millions.
With the NBA lockout in full force, Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau is giving back a little bit.
Don’t blame the owners for the lack of professional basketball in the middle of November. Don’t blame the players for nixing the latest offer earlier this week, thus extending the delay until at least mid-December, and quite possibly, until the 2012-13 season.
The NBA lockout has effectively whipped out more than a month and a half of the season, and Tuesday, the players experienced what it really feels like to be unemployed.
The NBA Player’s Association’s decision to reject the NBA’s latest offer and disband as a union could spell the end of any hope for a basketball season in 2011-12.
The NBA players have rejected the league’s latest offer and are beginning the process to disband the union.
Joined by superstars such as Kobe Bryant and Carmelo Anthony, player representatives from NBA teams are meeting to discuss the league’s proposal for a new labor deal.
If any of you have followed me on the station, or Facebook or Twitter you know that I am a die hard hoops junkie. All levels of the sport are cool but the ultimate for me is the NBA and I have been going crazy without it during this prolonged lockout.
LeBron James might be a load to handle on the court, but in the NBA labor quagmire he’s got nothing on a swamp turtle named Pogo, a comic pages pundit with a labor lesson for LeBron and the NBA players. “We have met the enemy, and the enemy is us,” said Pogo, the resident sage of cartoonist Walt Kelly’s Okefenokee Swamp.
Instead of getting excited to watch the defending league MVP Derrick Rose and his Bulls comrades begin their march towards redemption, I was stuck moping around my apartment while my wife watched re-runs of Sex and the City and whatever “breaking news” in the ever-important Kris Humphries Kim Kardashian divorce “saga” was becoming public knowledge.
With the restrictions stemming from the lockout, Bobcats owner Michael Jordan will not go to Australia to be an assistant captain for the U.S. team at the Presidents Cup.
Mitch Lawrence of The New York Daily News joined The Mully and Hanley Show to break down the NBA lockout.
Derek Fisher denied a rift in union leadership in a letter to NBA players Monday, telling them there have been “no side agreements, no side negotiations or anything close” with league officials.
Stephen Colbert, the host of The Colbert Report, offers up his opinion on what’s wrong with the NBA.