Death by Three

Death by Three
There is an old NBA truth, that teams live and die by the three. This holds true for the Bulls series with the Wizards, as the Bulls have been woeful from the arch, while Washington seems can’t miss the basket. The outcome of tonight’s game five in Chicago should follow the same story line, and... Read more »

Bulls should think hard before passing on Kevin Love

Bulls should think hard before passing on Kevin Love
There has been speculation about the Bulls pursuing Carmelo Anthony this summer. However, recent news out of Minnesota is that Kevin Love has finally had enough and now is publicly stating his dissatisfaction.  Love is currently locked into a contract with Minnesota through the 2015-16 season and the last year of the contract  is under... Read more »

Operation South Beach

Operation South Beach
After an impressive win at home, the Bulls travel to Miami to battle against rival Lebron James, who is  listed as day to day suffering from a ‘bop in the nose’… industry term. Even though the outcome of this showdown is still uncertain, and the fact of whether or not King James graces us with... Read more »
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No Second Class Citizen

No Second Class Citizen
The financial woes of the Chicago Bulls front office may be cured in a blockbuster trade for New York Knick superstar Carmelo Anthony. The results of this season have been far lower than expected by both franchises, and sparked Anthony to remark about not wanting to be “the next Stephon Marburry”  in a recent ESPN... Read more »

GarPax: In catch 22

GarPax: In catch 22
The speculation on the Bulls freeing cap space to make a run at a max free agent this summer has dominated the news cycle surrounded the team. The organization has been rumored to using the amnesty provision on Carlos Boozer this summer, and has all ready traded away long time Bull Luol Deng for cap... Read more »

Deng Traded to Cavs

Deng Traded to Cavs
After years of rumors and speculation the Bulls finally moved Luol Deng to the Cavs for Andrew Bynum’s wave-a-bull contract, a future 1st and two second round picks. I have long been in favor of this move, and feel the teams’ future got brighter with this trade. That being said, Lu was a hard working... Read more »
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Carmelo Anthony's short list

Carmelo Anthony's short list
Recent reports out of the New York Post state Carmelo Anthony has had an epiphany about his future as a Knick. While watching fans boo former New York Knick local boy Stephon “Coney Island Killa” Marbury during a Christmas game at Madison Square Garden, Anthony stated that he did not want to be the next... Read more »

Trade Season: Bulls Prepping For A Long Winter

Trade Season: Bulls Prepping For A Long Winter
After writing my last blog, I was still curious what response the Bulls would have to losing Derrick Rose for the season.  Well let’s see… they beat the Heat, and that’s about it. They have had a few lucky wins; including Dunleavy’s bank three-point prayer against Mil-Town, and a nice collection of embarrassing loses to the bottom... Read more »

Post Rose Apocalypse

Post Rose Apocalypse
As Derrick Rose hobbled off the court with his second major knee injury in just four years, the Bulls are now faced with the reality that changes are needed. The current path to greatness again derailed by injury and leaving fans with “Now what? ”  The opinions of fans range from supporting playing a second... Read more »
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Tony Snell: Chicago's Silent Assassin.

Tony Snell: Chicago's Silent Assassin.
As the lyrically prophetic sounds of the late Tupac Shakur saturate my ears, I would like to take a journey back to the early 90’s in east Los Angeles, California.  The Lakers had just lost that summer’s final to the upstart Bulls team. The torch of Magic Johnson’s ‘showtime’ era was passed to Michael Jordan and his team of ‘blue-collar’ ballers from the Midwest.... Read more »