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Bulls sign Rajon Rondo

The Bulls have agreed to sign PG Rajon Rondo to a 2 year, $28 million contract, according to Marc J Spears of ESPN. Bulls to sign guard Rajon Rondo to a two-year, $28 million deal, he confirmed to @TheUndefeated. — Marc J. Spears (@MarcJSpearsESPN) July 3, 2016 This means that the Bulls will be adding... Read more »

Rondo Replaces Curry, Stackhouse Replaces Johnson in NBA All-Star Activities Schedule

Rondo Replaces Curry, Stackhouse Replaces Johnson in NBA All-Star Activities Schedule
NBA news courtesy NBA Media Central ORLANDO, Feb. 24, 2012 – Boston Celtics guard and 2012 NBA All-Star Rajon Rondo will replace injured Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (strained tendon, right foot) in the Taco Bell Skills Challenge. Atlanta Hawks forward Jerry Stackhouse will replace injured teammate Joe Johnson (left knee tendinitis) in Haier Shooting... Read more »

NBA News: Headlines, Feb 23, 2012: All-Star Replacements, Notes and Milestones

NBA News: Headlines, Feb 23, 2012: All-Star Replacements, Notes and Milestones
NBA Notes, courtesy NBA Media Central: ALL-STARS SHOWING UP EARLY ON TNT Tonight’s TNT doubleaheader includes the league’s two best teams and a strong contingent of All-Star Weekend participants. In the first game (7 p.m. ET), the Miami Heat (26-7, .788) hosts the New York Knicks (17-17, .500), while the Los Angeles Lakers (20-13, .606)... Read more »
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Bulls vs Celtics Game Recap: Deng, Boozer, Noah All Post Double-Doubles in 89-80 Win

Bulls vs Celtics Game Recap: Deng, Boozer, Noah All Post Double-Doubles in 89-80 Win
Luol Deng, Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah all posted double-doubles, leading the Bulls to an 89-80 victory over the Celtics on Thursday night at the UC. Deng had 23 points and 10 assists, Boozer had 23 points and 15 rebounds, and Noah contributed 15 points and 16 rebounds (8 offensive) as the Bulls outrebounded the... Read more »

Bulls vs Celtics Game Preview, 2/16/2012, Plus a Little on the Kings Game

Bulls vs Celtics Game Preview, 2/16/2012, Plus a Little on the Kings Game
First of all, let me apologize for the lack of articles the past two days. I was in northwest Indiana taking care of a personal matter (OK, my divorce), and I haven’t been able to post. But I got back home last night, I’m only a judge’s signature away from being a single man, and... Read more »

Bulls at Celtics Game Recap 2/12/12: Rondo's Triple-Double Leads Boston to 95-91 Win

Bulls at Celtics Game Recap 2/12/12: Rondo's Triple-Double Leads Boston to 95-91 Win
Rajon Rondo had a triple-double, posting season highs in points and assists, and the Boston Celtics ended the Bulls’ 5-game winning streak with a 95-91 win in the TD Garden on Sunday. I’m not one to blame a loss on one player- Wes Welker in Super Bowl 46 excluded- but CJ Watson certainly has to... Read more »
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Rose Expected to Play Tonight Vs Celtics

Sam Smith and ESPN are reporting that Derrick Rose, while still in a walking boot today, plans to play tonight as the Bulls travel to Boston to play the Celtics. If you are reading this, I don’t have to tell you how huge this is for the Bulls. Yes, they beat the Wizards without Derrick,... Read more »
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