Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau watches tape of the Nets and sees a confident team with an offense in rhythm.
If you want to play alongside Daequan Cook, Malcolm Thomas, Vladimir Radmanovic and Marquis Teague, be my guest. Please contact your insurance agent first, or at least your brother Reggie.
Joakim Noah’s return to the court may have been short-lived.
The Bulls’ 99-85 loss to the Pistons dropped Chicago two games behind Brooklyn in the race for the fourth seed and a chance to host a first-round series in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
If I had a nickel for every time we have asked Tom Thibodeau when Derrick Rose is coming back, I would have a whole lot of nickels (which still doesn’t amount to much).
It has gotten to the point for me, though, that whether Rose is on the court in the final 17 regular season games and/or playoffs or not, I don’t care all that much.
Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau was standing next to his team’s bench late in the fourth quarter, hands in his pockets and a grimace on his face. The pained expression and the negative body language were the result of another Bulls loss, this one in embarrassing fashion.
Chicagoans can be forgiven for assuming that their hard-ass NBA coach has burned out his connection to the team. It has happened before.
Joakim Noah had an all-time performance for the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night. Find out what motivated him to do so and why both head coaches in Thursday’s game feel he was able to have so much success in every asset of the game.
Russell Westbrook scored 23 points, Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka both contributed double-doubles and the Thunder held Chicago to the worst shooting performance in the NBA this season, beating the Bulls 102-72 on Sunday night.
After dealing with foul trouble most of the night, Carlos Boozer got mad.
The Denver Nuggets’ second-year star celebrated his invitation to the league’s annual slam dunk contest with a series of rim-rattling, crowd-pleasing jams that set the tone for the Nuggets’ eighth straight win, a 128-96 rout of the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night.
When it comes time to blaming someone for a team’s lack of success, guess who takes most of the heat? The head coach or manager.
Omer Asik enjoyed his trip back to Chicago. And he got help from James Harden and Jeremy Lin.
James Harden scored 28 points, Patrick Patterson added 20 and the Houston Rockets snapped a three-game losing streak with a 93-89 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night.
Here is Nick Shepkowski’s notebook from Thursday’s Bulls-Thunder game.
Prepare yourself for… the horror that shall be the ho-hum-probably-just-better-than-mediocre 2012-13 Chicago Bulls. MUAHAHAHAHA!
After missing the team’s final exhibition game Friday with a sore groin, Kirk Hinrich will start in the Bulls season opener against the Kings on Wednesday night.
Regardless, the real season begins on Halloween night at the United Center and expectations very possibly have never been so wide spread with a team.
As Derrick Rose continues to rehab from the ACL injury he suffered in last season’s playoffs, he likely won’t be watching Bulls games from the team’s bench this season.