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The Bulls announced that they signed Lucas III and Jannero Pargo through their email press release: The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has signed free agent guards John Lucas III and Jannero Pargo. In accordance with team policy, terms of the contracts were not announced. Also, KC Johnson tweeted that Boozer practiced fully today.... Read more »
These are the type of questions that can drive me insane. I am not a basketball coach, now I know many fans think they could coach (it’s just managing timeouts and rotations right?), but I’m not one of them. Still, I do think every team needs to hire a “captain obvious” to point... Read more »
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 »
Steven Kyler’s chat: Justin in DENVER:How much truth is there for a Tyrus Thomas trade to Denver…. I’ve been hearing for Balkman, Graham, & Malik Allen. If that’s true, what’s taking so long? Steve Kyler:Its on the table… whats taking so long is that the Bulls want to make sure that is their best offer… ... Read more »
The Bulls are the middle of acquiring New Orleans Hornets shooting guard Devin Brown for seldom-used center Aaron Gray. Brown had a strong outing at the United Center earlier in the season and is a capable three-point shooter. Gray was drafted by the Bulls in the second round back in 2007, and has spent two... Read more »
The Bulls broke their five game losing streak with a win against a hapless looking Detroit team which is still reeling with injuries. Ben Gordon had a pedestrian performance in his return, going for 18 points on 16 shots while collecting 3 rebounds, 5 fouls, and 1 turnover. He was booed every time his... Read more »
The Bulls depth is in for a severe test as the team prepares to play without Kirk Hinrich and Tyrus Thomas. Going into the season, Kirk and Tyrus would probably have been considered no more than the 4th/5th best players on the team, and quite possibly not that high. A team that loses guys... Read more »
The Bulls defense was again smothering the Kings forcing turnover after turnover when the Kings were trying to make a run. The Bulls offense was shaky enough to allow the Kings chances to get back in the game, but the big difference this game was the Bulls shot 7 of 12 from the three point... Read more »
This game was a tale of two quarters really. The first quarter where the Bulls offense was absolutely atrocious, and the 3rd quarter where the Bulls took a huge chunk of Milwaukee’s lead away from them. All in all, this game was an excellent representation about my fears with the Bulls. The offense is... Read more »
According to KC’s blog: There is still internal debate as to whether Thomas or Gibson makes sense as the starter. “Tyrus has had a couple good days of practice,” Del Negro said after the team’s morning shootaround. “He started for us last year. Let’s see how the first unit does. We’re just taking it a... Read more »
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