Posts tagged "Injuries"

Bulls injuries reaching comical proportions

Do they really still have enough to win? Can the next man really step up? The Bulls will Hinrich, Belinelli, Butler, Boozer, and Mohammed against the Raptors tonight. Boozer is the only played who'd still be starting with the full complement of players available. The Raptors stink, but then again, so did the Pistons...

Can the Bulls do anything to work through injuries better?

Can the Bulls do anything to work through injuries better?
There are certain types of injuries which are unavoidable. Carlos Boozer tripping over a bag, Joakim Noah jamming his thumb on the rim, Luol Deng tearing a ligament in his wrist. Bad luck. Nothing you can do about that. When those injuries happen, it stinks, we live with it and move on. However, what about some of the other injuries? Is their more Chicago could do...

Bulls need longer rests for starters

Bulls need longer rests for starters
Tom Thibodeau treats every game like game seven of the NBA Finals. He demands the same effort, the same preparation, and pushes his players with the same intensity. There's something wonderful and terrible about that...
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Injuries have already plagued this team

The dreaded “I” word.  Injuries.   I’ve long said my biggest fear for this team is that virtually every important player on it carries with him above average injury risk.   Even players who wouldn’t seem prone to injury have had problems.   Kyle Korver just missed practice with a cyst on his ankle.  Taj Gibson missed time... Read more »

Should the Bulls throw out the Dleague team?

Derrick Rose injured his knee last game, Joakim Noah is still struggling with plantar fasciitis, and Luol Deng warned he may not play Monday due to a swollen knee.   The Bulls have a tough home game against the Hawks. Now on the one hand, the Hawks haven’t played all that great in the new year,... Read more »

Don't overreact; It's the injuries and the schedule

Bulls fans seem awfully upset lately, and who can blame them.   Not only have they lost six of the last seven games, but the six losses were all blowouts.   Management has made some mistakes.   I don’t know if they’d admit them, but not signing Ben Gordon at the beginning of last season to a 6/54... Read more »
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