Posts tagged "Butler"

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 »

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 »

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 »
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Appreciate Taj Gibson While You Still Can

Appreciate Taj Gibson While You Still Can
This is a love letter to Taj Gibson. He isn’t the flashiest, he’s a tweener, and can’t stretch the floor–but he’s ours. Consistency hasn’t been the calling card of the Bulls over the years, but Gibson has always been there. On a night to night basis, no one has questioned his effort, and that’s because... Read more »

Bulls Able to Hold on, Beat Sixers

Bulls Able to Hold on, Beat Sixers
With Joel Embiid sitting out and the Bulls spiraling into the Sun, Sunday night’s matchup at the United Center wasn’t exactly highly anticipated. Philadelphia has actually been playing good basketball as of late, but without their budding superstar they had a tough task ahead of them. Even with all of the dysfunction and confusion surrounding... Read more »

Wade Carries Bulls past Sacramento

Wade Carries Bulls past Sacramento
On a warm night in Chicago, Jimmy Butler, Dwyane Wade and the Chicago Bulls got past DeMarcus Cousins and the Kings by the score of 102-99. Dwyane Wade played hero Saturday night, scoring 30 points on 9-of-20 shooting, while blocking 4 shots and coming away with 3 steals. Wade, who struggled early, had 13 4th... Read more »
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Jimmy Butler Named All-Star Starter

Jimmy Butler Named All-Star Starter
According to ESPN.com, Jimmy Butler was named an All-Star starter Thursday evening. Butler joins Kyrie Irving, DeMar DeRozan, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and LeBron James–who are also starters. In the Western Conference the starting lineup includes, Stephen Curry, James Harden, Kawhi Leonard, Kevin Durant, and Anthony Davis. This will be Butler’s first time starting an All-Star game,... Read more »

Mavericks Beat the Bulls and Sweep Season Series

Mavericks Beat the Bulls and Sweep Season Series
Tuesday night’s loss to the Mavericks was one of the worst of the season–if not the worst. The entire affair was brutal. There were some good moments and Chicago had a chance to win, but there’s inexcusable to get swept by an inferior Mavericks team. The Bulls continue to be inconsistent, but what else is... Read more »

Memphis Gets Introduced to Jimmy's World

Memphis Gets Introduced to Jimmy's World
Jimmy freakin’ Butler, man. I’m out of superlatives to describe this guy. We’ve reached the point where we don’t hope for amazing things from him down the stretch, we expect it. It’s as sure a thing as the sky being blue and the Bears being bad. Despite scoring just 16 points, the Bulls’ superstar held... Read more »
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Bulls Cruise Past Anthony Davis in Butler's Return.

Bulls Cruise Past Anthony Davis in Butler's Return.
On Saturday afternoon, Jimmy Butler and the Bulls squared off against hometown native Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans, winning 107-99. In his return to the floor following a 2 game absence due to the Flu, Jimmy Butler didn’t skip a beat. Butler played all but 11 minutes, scoring 28 points, while grabbing 8 rebounds,... Read more »