Posts tagged "Gerald Wallace"
Yesterday, I discussed my mixed emotions on the Bulls lack of a move. The right move may not have been on the table, but the predeadline comments by beat reporters about the new CBA and saving money still bring back scary thoughts for a team I hope will finally be willing to pay the... Read more »
What can you say about the Bulls vs the Bobcats really? You’d think this is a fairly easy contest for them; a home game against a mediocre team. The Bobcats are on a back to back after beating the Lakers last night, though that should tell us something about how well they can... Read more »
Derrick Rose became the first Chicago Bull to make an all-star squad since Michael Jordan, and I expect he’ll make it again this season. However, this year, he may have some teammates with him. Here’s a look how I handicap the all-star game prior to the season starting. First let’s look at last year’s all-stars... Read more »
Tonight is the night, in which we learn of the Bulls’ future. Will the Bulls take down Charlotte and get the 8th seed? Will they lose and cross their fingers for a Toronto loss? Everything is up in the air, and it all boils down to the final day of the regular season 2009/2010. If... Read more »
After coming off a win against the Washington Wizards last night, the Bulls are ready to get a winning streak rolling as they face the Charlotte Bobcats with former Bulls forward Tyrus Thomas. The 6’10 athletic Thomas is just coming back from a small injury and played just over 3 minutes in his last game,... Read more »
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