Posts tagged "Flip Murray"
Edit K.C. Johnson may have ruined my rant: That represents the Bulls’ top four scorers sitting out. The Bulls, who will start Jannero Pargo, Flip Murray, James Johnson, Taj Gibson and Brad Miller, have lost seven straight. Looks like this may have been incorrect reporting on the part of ESPN, a change in plans for... Read more »
An interesting quote from Deng per Mike McGraw: “We really feel like the trades were great for us,” forward Luol Deng said. “The schedule gets tough, but we have confidence in the team we have. When we play our best, I feel like we can play with anybody.” Now here’s a quote you can really... Read more »
We’re sports fans, that’s what we do! The Bulls, Bucks, and Bobcats all won their post-trade deadline debuts. All three teams got some contributions from the new guys to help them along the way. Obviously, I didn’t watch all three games at once, so we’re going to be doing a little box score diving. Bulls:Hakim... Read more »
I will presume the Bulls hit the trade deadline with several goals. I will place them in order of my own personal order. 1: Ensure adequate cap space is available to pursue a max FA in 2010.2: Have a playoff caliber team for this season.3: Make incremental future improvements. How did the Bulls do? On... Read more »
One of the sneakier things the front office did at the deadline was trade Salmons and Tyrus and get back two guys on expiring deals, Hakim Warrick and Flip Murray, who seem to fit the vacated bench slots on first glance. Flip can score off the bench from the outside, and has done well scoring... Read more »
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