Tag: John Wall

Bulls fall to Wizards 87-84

Playing without both Derrick Rose (ankle) and Luol Deng (ribs), the Chicago Bulls suffered a disappointing 87-84 loss to the Washington Wizards on Monday night at the United Center. The Bulls dropped to 46-15 this season, which remained good for the best record in the NBA. The Bulls placed three players in double figures against... Read more »

Bulls respond with 98-88 win over Wizards

Bulls respond with 98-88 win over Wizards
After Sunday afternoon’s hard-fought 97-93 defeat to the Miami Heat, the Chicago Bulls responded with a 98-88 victory over the Washington Wizards on Monday night at Verizon Center. The Bulls improved to 18-5 this season, 9-4 on the road. Playing without both Rip Hamilton (thigh, groin) and Luol Deng (wrist), the Bulls had four starters... Read more »

With Bulls' ultimate support, John Lucas III thrives in first NBA start

With Bulls' ultimate support, John Lucas III thrives in first NBA start
John Lucas III served three separate stints with the Chicago Bulls a year ago, often times sitting on the bench in street clothes and attempting to do whatever he could to help his teammates. Before the 2011-12 campaign, while a group of fans disagreed with the team’s decision to bring Lucas back for a second... Read more »

Bulls hold sole possession of one-seed after 98-79 thrashing of Wizards

Coming into the season, not many thought the Chicago Bulls could contend with the likes of the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat. Well, they’re doing much more than that now. After a 98-79 thrashing of the Washington Wizards, the Bulls have sole possession of the number one seed in the Eastern Conference, half a game... Read more »

Bulls rout the Wizards 105-77 behind Scalabrine's MVP performance

It got so bad tonight that Brian Scalabrine, after banking in a 20-footer late in the fourth quarter, started getting MVP chants from the mostly red crowd at the Verizon Center. And it could have been even worse if the Chicago Bulls didn’t have 17 turnovers which led to 14 fastbreak points for the Washington... Read more »

Bulls get balanced attack, control wire-to-wire to beat Bucks 83-75

Tom Thibodeau wasn’t pleased coming into the huddle after the Milwaukee Bucks scored 25 points in the first quarter on 58% shooting. The Chicago Bulls turned up the defense in the final three quarters, and for the second consecutive game, they allowed just 36 points in the second half. Offensively, the Bulls were led by... Read more »

NBA All-Star 2011: Saturday wrap up

From start-to-finish, tonight was the most entertaining Saturday night of the NBA All-Star festivities since the Vince Carter and Jason Richardson Slam Dunk contest days. Sure, the Dwight Howard and Nate Robertson years were fun, but tonight, each contestant had a legit case of winning the Slam Dunk championship, but thanks to Blake Griffin’s Los... Read more »

NBA All-Star 2011: Saturday preview

With the Rookies/Sophomore game in the bag, day two of the NBA All-Star festivities will get underway tonight at 7pm CT and will go through 10pm CT. The four events tonight will be the Haier Shooting Stars, Taco Bell Skills Challenge, Foot Locker 3-point Contest, and Sprite Slam Dunk competition. Let’s take a preview at... Read more »

Friday night wrap-up of the NBA All-Star festivities

The NBA held its annual Rookies versus Sophomores game during the first night of the All-Star festivities. The Bulls’ loan representative was Taj Gibson, who played for the sophomores. Gibson, averaging nearly 8 points and 6 rebounds per game, scored 8 points for the Sophomores, who ended up taking their second straight loss in the... Read more »
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