Posts tagged "Atlanta Hawks"

Bulls Defensive Woes Continue In Loss To Hawks

Bulls Defensive Woes Continue In Loss To Hawks
Inconsistent defensive effort has plagued the Chicago Bulls since the 2014-15 season, and it continues to rear its head several years later. Despite Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade combining for 64 points on 23-for-41 shooting, the Bulls had no viable plan in preventing points, allowing the Atlanta Hawks to run away with a 115-107 win.... Read more »

Bulls Destroy Magic, Move To 4-3

Bulls Destroy Magic, Move To 4-3
If the Bulls are going to return to the playoffs, they need to make the teams that don’t belong know just that. The Eastern Conference is bad now as it’s ever been. And the Orlando Magic proved they’re part of the problem by getting trashed 112-80 Monday at the United Center. The Magic, led by... Read more »

The Offense Against The Hawks Is A Sign Of Things To Come

The Offense Against The Hawks Is A Sign Of Things To Come
The malaise of preseason basketball is done and I’m officially worried about the Bulls’ ability to create an efficient offense. Well, that’s not true. Ever since the Bulls front office put together their new-look squad, it’s been a lasting thought, one which resurfaced again after the Bulls fell to Atlanta Hawks. If this has worried... Read more »
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Bulls Drop Final Preseason Game, Lose To Hawks

Bulls Drop Final Preseason Game, Lose To Hawks
In a guest post for the final preseason game, Matt Kerner (@kattmerner) of The Bull Rewind gives you his take on the Bulls’ loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The preseason is too long, but thankfully, it’s now over. Taking to the road in their final game of the preseason, the Bulls would meet the Atlanta... Read more »

Hawks control their own destiny and look like they want sixth

The Atlanta Hawks controlled their own destiny. Two wins, and they had fifth. However, if they're really aiming for sixth they still control their own destiny since two losses puts them in sixth regardless of what Chicago does. The Hawks appeared to throw their game against Toronto as they played with minimal energy, rested Horford, and barely played their starters...

Noah and Gibson return as Bulls prepare for playoffs

The Chicago Bulls beat the Orlando Magic last night keeping alive their slim hopes for a fifth seeded matchup against a Nets team they've beaten with the D-League portion of their roster...
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Chicago Bulls first round opponent: Knicks, Pacers, Nets, Hawks?

The Bulls aren't going to finish 2nd or third in the conference this season. Barring an epic collapse, they also won't finish seventh or eighth as they have two games and the tie breaker on a Boston team that's struggling to win games not to mention a soft schedule remaining and Milwaukee's all but eliminated from catching them. They're squarely in the 4-6 slot in the bracket which gives them four potential playoff matchups...

Depleted Bulls fall to Brooklyn, top the Hawks in a weekend back to back

With Joakim Noah resting a sore foot, Kirk Hinrich having his elbow examined, and Carlos Boozer still nursing a sore hamstring, the Chicago Bulls aren't in the best spot health wise to begin a long road trip. However, they've comported themselves well splitting the first two games since the injuries mounted to the Nets and Hawks...

Bulls prepare for Hawks after building a mansion against the Suns

After a huge win in New York where Chicago lost the rebounding battle, turnover battle, and allowed 50% three point shooting but cruised to an easy victory anyway. The Bulls followed up that performance by throwing enough bricks to build five bedroom house against Phoenix and need to figure out how to win at home against the Hawks...
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Bulls trade Korver for second rounder and...

The Bulls have reportedly traded Kyle Korver for a second round pick to the Atlanta Hawks via Minnesota. Several questions still seem unresolved at the moment, but however they're resolved, this seems like a good move for the Bulls in terms of retaining flexibility...