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Mike James knows Bulls must elevate physicality

Mike James knows Bulls must elevate physicality
Uncharacteristically, the Chicago Bulls didn’t match their opponent’s level of physicality on Thursday night when they suffered an 83-72 loss to the Miami Heat. The Bulls were punched in the mouth first and failed to retaliate the rest of the game. It all started in the second quarter when James Jones shoved Bulls center Joakim... Read more »

Bulls closing in on end result, East's No. 1

Bulls closing in on end result, East's No. 1
Tom Thibodeau never gives his Chicago Bulls permission to look ahead at any point in the season, especially this lockout-shortened one. The veteran coach wants his players to take a day-to-day approach and solely worry about the team’s next opponent, rather than “skipping steps,” as he has phrased it over the course of the year.... Read more »

Bulls haunted by Heat's physicality in loss

Bulls haunted by Heat's physicality in loss
From the late 1980s to the early 1990s, Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls went through countless grueling regular- and postseason games against the rugged and brutally tough Detroit Pistons. Those Bulls knew they had to beef up both mentally and physically in order to match the Pistons’ smash-mouth style of play. After several playoff... Read more »
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Bulls fall to Heat 83-72

Bulls fall to Heat 83-72
Playing without Derrick Rose (foot) for the third consecutive game, the Chicago Bulls suffered an 83-72 loss to the Miami Heat on Thursday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Bulls dropped to 47-16 this season, which remained the best record in the NBA. The Bulls placed four players in double figures against the Heat (45-17). John... Read more »

Bulls roll past Heat 96-86

Bulls roll past Heat 96-86
With Derrick Rose back, as expected, from a one-game absence due to a sprained right ankle, the Chicago Bulls pulled out a thrilling 96-86 overtime victory over Eastern Conference rival Miami Heat on Thursday night at the United Center. The Bulls improved to 45-14 this season, which remained good for the best record in the... Read more »

Bulls' Derrick Rose likely to sit out weekend's action

Bulls' Derrick Rose likely to sit out weekend's action
The Chicago Bulls have already seen Rip Hamilton battle lingering groin issues and miss extended stretches of this season due to the injury. Obviously, they are not about to let that happen to their reigning NBA MVP, Derrick Rose. Rose will most likely not play this weekend when the Bulls close out a six-game homestand... Read more »
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John Lucas III delivers on big stage to propel Bulls

John Lucas III delivers on big stage to propel Bulls
With Derrick Rose out of the fold for the Chicago Bulls, plenty of viewers believed that Wednesday night’s game against the Miami Heat, matching up the two best teams in the Eastern Conference, had lost its luster and ability – for one side or the other – to send a booming message with just over... Read more »

Without Rose, Bulls beat Heat 106-102

Without Rose, Bulls beat Heat 106-102
Playing without reigning NBA MVP Derrick Rose (groin), the Chicago Bulls pulled off an improbable 106-102 victory over the Miami Heat on Wednesday night at the United Center. The Bulls improved to 36-9, 18-3 at home, this season, good for the best record in the league. The Bulls placed six players in double figures against... Read more »

Ref's inadvertent whistle confuses Bulls

Ref's inadvertent whistle confuses Bulls
The Chicago Bulls aren’t a team that makes excuses often, largely thanks to the culture brought by coach Tom Thibodeau a season ago, but they were confused more than anything near the end of Sunday afternoon’s 97-93 defeat to the Miami Heat. With the Heat leading 94-93 with 16.8 seconds left in the fourth quarter,... Read more »
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Bulls, Derrick Rose fail to capitalize late

Bulls, Derrick Rose fail to capitalize late
Despite playing without both Luol Deng (wrist) and C.J. Watson (wrist), the Chicago Bulls clawed back from double-digit deficits time and time again and found themselves in position to win Sunday afternoon’s highly anticipated game against the Miami Heat, in a rematch of last season’s Eastern Conference finals. Although, there are no moral victories in... Read more »
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