Posts tagged "Brian Scalabrine"

Bulls know re-adjusting to Derrick Rose is a process

Bulls know re-adjusting to Derrick Rose is a process
When Derrick Rose sat out 12 consecutive games due to a strained groin, the Chicago Bulls went 8-4, a stretch that consisted of highs and lows. They have shown all season long that they can win without their primary leader, with a 15-7 record in such games, but they are obviously cognizant of the fact... Read more »

Bulls' Derrick Rose, Rip Hamilton meshing well despite lack of time together

Bulls' Derrick Rose, Rip Hamilton meshing well despite lack of time together
Given the way Chicago Bulls guards Derrick Rose and Rip Hamilton performed in Monday night’s 110-95 home victory over the New Jersey Nets, it would be hard for fans to tell that the backcourt duo had only played together five times this season and that they hadn’t appeared in an NBA game at the same... Read more »

For Thibodeau's Bulls, next man always seems to step up

For Thibodeau's Bulls, next man always seems to step up
Despite the fact that the locker room is looking like a MASH unit right now, with Derrick Rose (toe), Joakim Noah (ankle), Taj Gibson (ankle), John Lucas III (groin) and Luol Deng (wrist) all nursing various injuries, the Chicago Bulls continue to roll along, improving to a league-best 15-3, 7-0 at home, after a 95-89... Read more »
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Bulls' Noah doesn't capitalize on 'great shots' in win over Pistons

Bulls' Noah doesn't capitalize on 'great shots' in win over Pistons
On a night when Carlos Boozer believed the Chicago Bulls “all had great shots,” the team shot 45.9 percent from the field, piled up 19 assists on 38 field-goals, placed all but one player, Omer Asik, on the scoreboard and three players in double figures, led by Boozer’s 23 points on 9-for-13 shooting. Coach Tom... Read more »

Chicago Bulls 2011-12 season preview and NBA predictions

Chicago Bulls 2011-12 season preview and NBA predictions
The Chicago Bulls worked hard during the extended offseason and have repeatedly said they are hungrier than ever after losing to the Miami Heat in last season’s Eastern Conference finals. With a full season alongside coach Tom Thibodeau under the Bulls’ belt, they are a confident, cohesive bunch. Reigning NBA MVP Derrick Rose and his... Read more »

Bulls' preseason review

Bulls' preseason review
After the Bulls’ 93-85 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night at the United Center in both teams’ second and final preseason game, coach Tom Thibodeau had the same message for his players as he did following Friday’s 95-86 win: We did some nice things, but there’s a long way to go. “There’s still... Read more »
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Bulls player preview: Brian Scalabrine

Bulls player preview: Brian Scalabrine
With fans preparing for the upcoming NBA season, let’s further analyze each Chicago Bull to gauge what kind of impact they could have as the team looks to reach the next level. You can also check out the player previews for Omer Asik, C.J. Watson, Ronnie Brewer, Kyle Korver and Taj Gibson. Player: Brian Scalabrine (F)... Read more »

Bulls Notes: Rip Hamilton signing likely coming Wednesday

Bulls Notes: Rip Hamilton signing likely coming Wednesday
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the Bulls are set to land their well-documented free-agent target in the coming days. In a formality, the Detroit Pistons officially waived Rip Hamilton on Monday, agreeing to a buyout that will save the team $8 million in cap space during the next two seasons. Once Hamilton clears waivers, he can... Read more »

Bulls narrow list of two-guard targets

Bulls narrow list of two-guard targets
While plenty of rumors have surrounded Eastern Conference contenders such as the Miami Heat, New York Knicks and Boston Celtics, the Chicago Bulls had been fairly quiet during the early stages of free agency. It had been hard to get a read on which direction Bulls management would decide to go in its search for... Read more »
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Brian Scalabrine signs with Benetton Treviso

Following a five-week training camp with Italy’s Benetton Treviso, Bulls free-agent forward Brian Scalabrine has inked a deal with the club for the upcoming season, according to the team’s website. His deal reportedly does not include an opt-out clause that would allow him to return to the NBA if the league-imposed lockout ends. “My expectations... Read more »