Posts tagged "aaron brooks"

Time To Pick A Lane

Time To Pick A Lane
Basketball isn’t too far away. Thank the Gods for that. The NBA’s preseason will begin in less than a month, with the Bulls getting things underway on October 6, facing last season’s playoff foes, the Milwaukee Bucks. A lot of hype has built up for the Bucks, and for good reason. The mission statement of... Read more »

Better Point Guard Play Is Needed

Better Point Guard Play Is Needed
The Bulls didn’t have many avenues to improve their team in the off-season. Over the cap with no real plausible way to enter the free agency race for some of the bigger names, the team was only armed with its draft pick (#22) and the mini mid-level exception to upgrade the roster. With a need... Read more »

Mark & Morten: The non-signings of the Bulls

Mark & Morten: The non-signings of the Bulls
Mark Karantzoulis and Morten Stig Jensen decided to open up an email chain that led to a lot of thoughts on the Bulls, and their decision to have virtually the same roster return for 2015/2016. Mark: So Mort, we appear to be done in free agency, and I’m not sure what to make it. I... Read more »
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Aaron Brooks is returning, which will be interesting

Aaron Brooks is returning, which will be interesting
For the first time in years, the Bulls will have a continuous flow of personnel backing up Derrick Rose. Not since C.J. Watson has a point guard, outside of Rose, played in consecutive seasons or the team, but now Aaron Brooks gets the chance. It’s an interesting development for several reasons. One being that continuity... Read more »

Free Agent Targets: Point Guards - Part 3

Free Agent Targets: Point Guards - Part 3
In the final installment of this three part series, I look at the remaining option for the Bulls at the point guard position, who unfortunately are only armed with the mini mid-level exception. I’ve expressed my love for Cory Joseph and his ever developing game. Patrick Beverley would be a great defensive addition. In a... Read more »

Some wacky numbers for the Bulls this season

Some wacky numbers for the Bulls this season
As everyone knows, this season has had its ups and downs for the Bulls, and with just one game remaining, coming tonight against Atlanta, it’s time to go through some of the wackier numbers for Bulls players this season, which includes Joakim Noah’s passing, Kirk Hinrich’s weird effect on winning and losing, and Nikola Mirotic... Read more »
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Time to tough it up

Time to tough it up
Losing to the Bucks, usually, means something went horribly, horribly wrong. This year, however, Milwaukee has kept themselves competitive even despite losing Jabari Parker to a torn ACL (apparently Chicagoans and ACL tears goes together like peanutbutter and jelly – stay safe, Anthony Davis!), so projecting a Bulls loss, while against the odds, wouldn’t have... Read more »

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 »

Bulls need to bring back C.J. Watson

The Bulls hinted through leaks to the press for quite some time that C.J. Watson had played his last game as a Chicago Bull. They need to reconsider this insanity...
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Bulls @ Rockets 7:30 on CSN

The Chicago Bulls roll into Houston to face a Rockets team with more injury issues than us.   Yao Ming and Aaron Brooks will miss the game for certain while Chase Budinger is questionable.   The Bulls may be missing Kyle Korver, who is listed as questionable after having an MRI on his knee to check out... Read more »