Posts in category "Game Threads"

Bulls Fall Flat in the Second Half, Lose to Clippers

Bulls Fall Flat in the Second Half, Lose to Clippers
Well, that was less than ideal. The Bulls rolled into the United Center on Saturday night riding on the wave of their victory against the Golden State Warriors, who they buried at home to preserve their invincible record on Thursday night home games broadcast on TNT. Surely the good vibes would continue into Saturday’s game... Read more »

The TNT Bulls Will Never Die, Beat Warriors at Home

The TNT Bulls Will Never Die, Beat Warriors at Home
Who knew the Turner Broadcasting would have such an emotional pull on the Chicago Bulls? The last time the Bulls lost a home game that was broadcast on TNT was 2013. Let that sink in. Something had to give Thursday night at the United Center. The visiting Golden State Warriors were coming into Thursday night’s... Read more »

Bulls Get Pounced by Denver

Bulls Get Pounced by Denver
The Denver Nuggets were in town on a stormy Tuesday night in Chicago as they faced off against the Bulls at the United Center. It was a tough night at the office for Bulls star Jimmy Butler. The 3-time All-Star never got going, shooting 3-for-13 from the floor and only registering 8 points. Butler only... Read more »
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Bulls beat Cavs 117-99, Are Officially a Jump Shooting Team

Bulls beat Cavs 117-99, Are Officially a Jump Shooting Team
It was a feel good win for the Chicago Bulls on Saturday night as they beat the Cleveland Cavaliers (sans Lebron) 117-99. The Bulls have now won four straight games and are 5-1 against the top two teams in the Eastern Conference. The Cavaliers were without Lebron James, Kevin Love, and J.R. Smith, so any... Read more »

Bulls Get 3rd Straight Victory, Beat Suns in OT

Bulls Get 3rd Straight Victory, Beat Suns in OT
The Bulls went head to head with Devin Booker, Marquese Chriss and the Phoenix Suns on Friday night in their first game back from the All-Star Break. This was the Bulls first game since the trade of their longest tenured player, Taj Gibson, and 2014 first round draft pick Doug McDermott to the Oklahoma City... Read more »

Bulls Beat Celtics 104-103, Extend TNT Streak

Bulls Beat Celtics 104-103, Extend TNT Streak
It was a dark Thursday night in Chicago. The Celtics were in town, Dashing Donut won the Dunkin Donuts race, and the Bulls were playing on TNT. The rest was history. The Bulls went on to beat the visiting Celtics 104-103 to improve their record to 28-29 on the season. Heading into the All-Star break,... Read more »
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Bulls Beat Raptors for 11th Consecutive Time

Bulls Beat Raptors for 11th Consecutive Time
Sometimes you watch something over and over again, and the repetition makes it inexplicably funny. That’s what it was like watching the Bulls take down the Raptors 105-94 Tuesday night. It went exactly the same way that so many other Bulls-Raptors games have seemed to go, and nobody can really tell why. The Bulls did... Read more »

Shorthanded Bulls Lose in Minnesota

Shorthanded Bulls Lose in Minnesota
Gonna keep it brief today, as the Bulls were not really deserving of your attention. Rolling into the Target Center down Jimmy Butler (heel), Dwyane Wade (wrist), Paul Zipser (illness/ankle), and Nikola Mirotic (“back spasms”), Sunday afternoon was a perfect opportunity for the #YoungerAndMoreAthletic Bulls to exact revenge on Tom Thibodeau and the young Thibberwolves.... Read more »

Despite Butler's Return, Bulls Fall Flat in Phoenix

Despite Butler's Return, Bulls Fall Flat in Phoenix
The Chicago Bulls had scored over 100 points in four straight games before Wednesday’s deflating 123-92 loss to Golden State. So with the lowly Phoenix Suns on the schedule, I thought it would be safe to assume the Bulls would return to their newfound high-scoring ways, right? Of course, I couldn’t have been more wrong.... Read more »
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Banged up Bulls Blown Out in the Bay

Banged up Bulls Blown Out in the Bay
With Jimmy Butler, Dwyane Wade, and Paul Zipser (early exit) sidelined, Fred Hoiberg’s remaining players simply could not run with the 4 headed monster in Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. Offense was stagnant without their 2 leading scorers in Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade, the “younger” Bulls looked around at each... Read more »