Archive for December 2011

Quick Hits: Bulls Control the Lob City Hype Club 114-101

Quick Hits: Bulls Control the Lob City Hype Club 114-101
Here’s a few thoughts from tonight’s win versus the Clips: The Bulls Control and Step on their Throats – For the first time this season, we saw the Bulls get into a dogfight, control the flow of the game, and not letting their opponent give the slightest inch to come back. The Bulls pulled away... Read more »

Briggs Resurrects Contract Annoyance

Briggs Resurrects Contract Annoyance
It was annoying back in September and it’s still annoying today. No, I’m not talking about Snooki and her “Meatball Problems” but it’s Lance Briggs’s displeasure with his current contract. On Thursday, Briggs sat with reporters and added “levity”  to the subject by stating, and I quote the Chicago Tribune, “I believe that you said... Read more »

Quick Hits: Bulls Beat Kings 108-98

Quick Hits: Bulls Beat Kings 108-98
A few quick hit thoughts after tonight’s win versus Sacramento Attack Wished, Wish Granted – One of the biggest criticisms leading up to tonight’s game was the lack of offense from the Bulls in the past two games. With Rose taking slight criticism for getting his teammates too involved, the NBA’s MVP vowed to be... Read more »
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Derrick Rose Is No Role Model?

Derrick Rose Is No Role Model?
While making my rounds around the Chicago Tribune website, I stumbled upon an Opinion Piece written by Mark Yost. You can find the article here. Since Rose signed his $94.8 million contact a week ago, admiration for Derrick Rose’s humility and his rags to riches story re-emerged front and center since his MVP Press Conference... Read more »
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