Debate: Determining The Playoff Rotation

Debate: Determining The Playoff Rotation
It’s always been fair game to throw out a myriad of players during the regular season just to see what they can or can’t do, but that’s not the way you do it in the playoffs. There, the name of the game is for the most part an eight to nine-man rotation with two to... Read more »

Tony Snell's Future Impact

Tony Snell's Future Impact
Last night in Toronto, Tony Snell came out firing to the tune of 17 points in 18 minutes. He didn’t hesitate when left open, drove when he saw an opening and got out of his own head, which was a problem early in the season. Obviously, Snell cannot duplicate such a performance to the point... Read more »

The Curious Case Of Kirk Hinrich

The Curious Case Of Kirk Hinrich
It’s no secret that one area in which both Tom Thibodeau and Gar Forman agree, is regarding Kirk Hinrich and his supposed worth to the franchise. Ironically, the one certain common denominator they have, isn’t shared by the fan base. Well, not for the most part anyway. Hinrich, now 34, is in the late stages... Read more »
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The Big Mac Problem

The Big Mac Problem
This… Is unacceptable. It also defies logic. According to Forbes, the average price for a Bulls ticket is $78 with a Big Mac coming in at $4.55. Yet, shit hits the fan whenever the Bulls fail to score a 100. Boos are directed to players, international rookies even, who have just helped secure a victory... Read more »

Moving Forward With Nikola Mirotic

Moving Forward With Nikola Mirotic
20.4 points, 8.2 rebounds, 7.6 free throw attempts, a TS% of .564 and a workload of 31.4 minutes. That’s March for Nikola Mirotic so far, and while 12 games is a somewhat limited sample size, it remains an extraordinary line that inspires a lot of confidence in Mirotic moving forward. What makes his contribution even... Read more »

Bulls throttle Toronto, claim third and tiebreaker

The Chicago Bulls annihilated the Raptors whom were missing Kyle Lowry. The win pushed them back up to the three seed and also clinched the tie breaker against the Raptors if they finish with the same record...
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Let's Be Honest - It's Been A Weird Season

Let's Be Honest - It's Been A Weird Season
First and foremost, thank you to Doug for the introduction, and secondly, I’m pretty jealous about the Cancun thing. Anyway, hi! I’m Morten. Danish fellow. Been here before, though it’s been a while. I’ll be playing the role of Doug next week, but figured I’d introduce myself beforehand. So. The Bulls. This season has been... Read more »

Bulls win behind defense and rebounding

Bulls win behind defense and rebounding
In the past two losses, Chicago was destroyed on the glass. Last night, they managed to contain Indiana on the boards and rolled on to a fairly easy victory. The Pacers closed on the Bulls a few times, but Chicago always responded and rebuilt the lead to double digits...

Bulls getting healthy

Bulls getting healthy
Jimmy Butler and Taj Gibson fully practiced on Tuesday while Derrick Rose participated in the non contact portion of practice and might be "a little ahead of schedule". That's good news for a floundering Bulls team...
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Tony Snell or Tim Hardaway Jr, did the Bulls make the right choice afterall?

Tony Snell or Tim Hardaway Jr, did the Bulls make the right choice afterall?
Let's ignore the fact that the big men depth available at this pick was pretty awesome. Mason Plumlee, Gorgui Dieng, and Rudy Gobert were on the board when we took Snell. However, the Bulls were looking for wing depth and when looking at wings available Snell just might be the man...