Posts tagged "kirk hinrich"

Trading Hinrich Was Unprofessional

Trading Hinrich Was Unprofessional
Ready for an obvious statement? The Bulls’ front office is under fire. In some circles, it always has been, but I can’t remember the last time a unified front as large and vocal as the current. As a long time Gar Forman / John Paxson defender, I had a difficult time disputing the venomous and... Read more »

Some wacky numbers for the Bulls this season

Some wacky numbers for the Bulls this season
As everyone knows, this season has had its ups and downs for the Bulls, and with just one game remaining, coming tonight against Atlanta, it’s time to go through some of the wackier numbers for Bulls players this season, which includes Joakim Noah’s passing, Kirk Hinrich’s weird effect on winning and losing, and Nikola Mirotic... Read more »

The Curious Case Of Kirk Hinrich

The Curious Case Of Kirk Hinrich
It’s no secret that one area in which both Tom Thibodeau and Gar Forman agree, is regarding Kirk Hinrich and his supposed worth to the franchise. Ironically, the one certain common denominator they have, isn’t shared by the fan base. Well, not for the most part anyway. Hinrich, now 34, is in the late stages... Read more »
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Who plays next to Derrick Rose next season?

Who plays next to Derrick Rose next season?
D.J. Augustine has brought many things to the Bulls since his signing. He's given Chicago shooting, ball handling, and scoring. The Bulls definitely need all three. Another thing he's given the Bulls is a look at what a lineup with two legitimate ball handling threats can do on the floor. In general? That look has been awfully good...

Noah, Boozer, Kirk? Lots of talks according to Chad Ford

Noah, Boozer, Kirk?  Lots of talks according to Chad Ford
The trade of Luol Deng could mean several things for Chicago. One of them might be that the Bulls are looking to blow up the entire cast after this thing didn't work this season. According to Chad ford, the Bulls basically have everyone on the table...

Bench play still a strength for Chicago

Bench play still a strength for Chicago
For the second year in a row, there's been plenty of hand wringing over the off-season additions made and the weakening of the Bulls bench. So far the bench play looks as good as ever for Chicago...
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Chicago Bulls gunning for preseason title or simulating a real game?

Kevin Durant left the game in the fourth for good, Derrick Rose played out the string and knocked down a couple threes vs the reserves to drag the Bulls to victory...

The end of the bench mob

On media day, I asked Tom Thibodeau one question, and since every possible angle about Derrick Rose had been covered, I decided to ask about the bench. Without a sparkplug guy like Nate Robinson or C.J. Watson, how did he expect the bench to play this year...

Does the Bulls front office hang on to assets too long?

The NBA can be a world of buy low and sell high. One of the tricky things about running a team is knowing when to cut bait with a player and when to hang on to one. Some guys can be effective into their mid to late 30s while other guys lose value in their late 20s. Some players just have a lucky season while other guys whom look like they're having a lucky season develop into stars. How has Chicago done with asset management...
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Assuming there's a choice, do you rest Hinrich tonight?

Kirk Hinrich said his calf "is pretty bad" after the game. Teammates noted that he was still limping Sunday after practice causing speculation that Hinrich will miss Monday's game five against the Nets...