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The NBA schedule was released yesterday, and the Bulls will theoretically one of the easiest schedules in the NBA [based on last year's records] largely due to their weak division and the number of bottom feeders in the Eastern conference. I think the schedule makers made it as hard as they could though and more difficult than it appears...
You know they have to, just in case, but these sad postings of schedules, especially for the preseason just seem mocking...
With a loss last night to the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Miami Heat may have lost their slim chance of catching either Chicago or Boston for the #1/#2 seeds. The Heat had looked like they were putting it all together against the Lakers and Spurs, but couldn’t top the Thunder at home. Granted,... Read more »
So the Chicago Bulls went 7-2 through the first nine games of the tough 20 prior to all-star break. It was a very good record, marred only by the two losses in games you would have expected them to win, but redeemed by victories in all of the tough games, the ones you thought... Read more »
At 31-14 the Chicago Bulls are on pace to win 56 games. They’re presently the 3rd seed in the Eastern conference, but they sit just a game back of 2nd seed Miami, and no one would be surprised if Boston starts to wear down a bit over the next couple months. However, what started with... Read more »
This Bulls team has been winning some ugly games. Games where they haven’t particularly played well. Games they could have possibly lost, but games they’ve largely ended up winning. They performed well without Carlos Boozer to open the season, and they’re accumulating wins so far without Joakim Noah. There are times we want more, pretty... Read more »
How good does the Bulls 15-8 record really look? Let’s break it down by grouping. For the sake of argument, we’ll call good teams those with an over 60% winning percentage, poor teams those with under a 40% winning percentage, and average teams the ones in between. Against the good (4-8)0-2 against Boston0-1 against... Read more »
Per ESPN Chicago’s Nick Friedell: “A championship,” he told ESPNChicago.com on Wednesday night after a Nike House of Hoops event. “I think a realistic goal for us is a championship. I think anything shorter than that we’re setting ourselves up to be shorter than what we can reach. I think [we have] potential to be... Read more »
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