Urging a concert crowd to give a star a shout-out is a no-no in the NBA’s eyes, apparently.
The Bulls will play eight preseason games, including four at the United Center.
This is an intriguing hypothetical exercise.
The Bulls must evolve beyond the frustrating annual cycle of overexertion/overexcitement/elimination.
No one believed in the Wizards before the postseason, but they’ve opened eyes.
“The future’s bright, but it’s been bright for a while now,” Taj Gibson says.
Trailing 3-1 to Washington, Chicago fights to keep its season alive tonight at the United Center.
Mike Dunleavy scored 35 points, one shy of his career-high, Jimmy Butler hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 24 seconds remaining, and the Chicago Bulls hung on Friday night for a 100-97 win over the Washington Wizards, trimming the deficit to 2-1 in their Eastern Conference first round series.
It’s getting a little heated before Game 3 starts tonight.
Down 2-0, Chicago has its back against the wall in Washington.
Bill Wennington, Mark Lazerus and Bruce Levine are among the guests today.
Chicago trails the series 2-0 entering Friday’s Game 3.
What exactly is St. Louis-style pizza, Mr. Beal?
Bulls management is ready to show they can be try-hard guys, too.
There’s only a few tomorrows left for Chicago without a go-to guy late.
Chicago will have its hands full in a first-round series it now trails 1-0.
Washington used a decisive 10-2 run late to grab a 1-0 series lead.
Chicago could be the third or fourth seed, and it will face either Brooklyn or Washington in the first round.
D.J. Augustin scored 25 points Saturday night, Joakim Noah had 21 points and 12 rebounds, and the Chicago Bulls turned a possible first-round playoff preview into a laugher, never trailing in a 96-78 win over the Washington Wizards
Taj Gibson says, “When we’re right, we feel like we can beat anybody.”