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Bulls Lose 3rd Straight Game In A Blowout To The Pacers

Bulls Lose 3rd Straight Game In A Blowout To The Pacers
The Bulls did not play well against New York. They looked all out of sorts on the offensive end aside from a bombardment of Dwyane Wade threes, and found themselves slow cooked by a Knicks team that had almost exclusively performed poorly to that point. “Oh well”, I thought. “It’s just one game. The Bulls... Read more »

Game Preview: Bulls at Pacers

Game Preview: Bulls at Pacers
The NBA schedule is weird sometimes. The Bulls and Pacers just played each other one week ago exactly. The season is only a little more than a week old. That won’t stop the teams from meeting again on Saturday however. The Bulls’ 3-2 record is an inverse of the Pacers’ 2-3 mark. Exactly one week... Read more »

Bulls Fall Short Against Bucks In Preseason Opener

Bulls Fall Short Against Bucks In Preseason Opener
Dress rehearsal, run-through, make-believe basketball: call it what you want, but the preseason is never something you put too much stock into. That doesn’t mean there’s nothing to look for. Take the Bulls’ 93-91 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday for example. This was our first opportunity to preview what figures to be a... Read more »
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Thoughts on Bulls vs Pacers, preseason game one and the return

When was the last time you were this excited about a preseason game? Derrick Rose is back, the Bulls are back, and they're ready for a big season. Joakim Noah missed the game which isn't the best sign for the start of the preseason but probably isn't worth worrying over...

Bulls still second in a tougher Eastern Conference

There's been a lot of talk about how much tougher the East is and where the Bulls will sit in it. I think only a complete homer puts Chicago ahead of Miami, but after that it's fairly close. I'm taking Chicago over Brooklyn, Indiana, and New York though...

Pacers vs Heat game seven could change everything but likely changes nothing

The Indiana Pacers will battle the Heat tonight in a game seven. Anyone remember the Bulls playing the Pacers in a game seven? Were you worried at all that Chicago might lose that game? I expect Heat fans will (rightly) feel similarly tonight...
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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...

Bulls vs Pacers looks most likely in the first round

The Chicago Bulls have fallen to sixth and are a game back of Atlanta with two to play. The Hawks play a Raptors team that's playing like it gives a crap followed by a Knicks team that will likely be in full rest mode. If the Bulls are to have a chance at passing Atlanta, it's likely because Atlanta blows it to the Raptors followed by the Bulls winning out...
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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...