Posts tagged "Al Jefferson"

Bulls vs Jazz 7pm on WGN

The Chicago Bulls look to rebound after a tough loss to the Orlando Magic when they take on the Utah Jazz tonight. They'll likely have to do it without Hamilton, Deng, and Watson...

Rose wins the PG battle to drive Bulls to victory

Well, I think it’s safe to say that Jazz fans aren’t missing Carlos Boozer any, and if I had my way, he wouldn’t have played in the fourth quarter.    Derrick Rose gave the Bulls enough offense while the team defense stepped up and did the job.   Big kudos to the bench for coming in... Read more »

Which power forward should the Bulls chase?

A lot of names have been thrown around from the Bulls fan base, and the names most often discussed are: – Chris Bosh– Carlos Boozer– Al Jefferson– Amar’e Stoudemire– Troy Murphy Let’s start with Chris Bosh. 6’10, and around 250 pounds after some much-needed weigth gain in the summer of ’09. Bosh is a face-up... Read more »

Chicago Bulls @ Minnesota Timberwolves, 7:00 PM CSN-Chicago

Chicago have just come off two straight wins against the New York Knicks, with Derrick Rose averaging 28 points on more than 60% from the field. Needless to say, the hip seems alright. That is going to be a plus for the Bulls who take on the Minnesota Timberwolves tonight. Chicago made a pair of... Read more »

Would you trade for Al Jefferson?

The Bulls stomped all over the Timberwolves looking like a team you could actually enjoy watching.   There were huge dunks all night, efficient, high scoring offense, and a defense that shut down the opponent after the opening quarter.   Given that I got home late from the game, and was too tired/lazy to write an... Read more »

Chicago Bulls vs Minnesota Timberwolves, 7:00 PM WGN

The Bulls walked away losers in Milwaukee last night, as they dropped a 93-96 decision to Scott Skiles and his troops. Bulls point guard Derrick Rose had a lot of positives and a lot of negatives, as he continues to face tough interior defenses. Rose had 25 points (10-25), 9 assists and seven free throw... Read more »