Posts tagged "Luol Deng"

Bulls reach deal with Vladimir Radmanovic

Bulls reach deal with Vladimir Radmanovic
With the uncertain future of Omer Asik and Luol Deng possibly set to miss a large chunk of next season, the Chicago Bulls’ first official free-agent move was to shore up the frontcourt. The Bulls have signed forward Vladimir Radmanovic, the team announced on Thursday afternoon. Both parties reached agreement on a one-year contract worth... Read more »

Hard chase leads Bulls, Kirk Hinrich back together

Hard chase leads Bulls, Kirk Hinrich back together
The perpetual journey chasing Kirk Hinrich out of his basketball purgatory and back to the Chicago Bulls seemed so inevitable, so appropriate. Conversations have run rampant since free agency opened last weekend, but no player was targeted and coveted by the Bulls more than Hinrich, a resurgence of loyalty to make up for the fashion... Read more »

Injury pushes Joakim Noah out of Olympics

Less than two months after the Chicago Bulls’ season ended, the team is still dealing with the after-effects of a grueling, disappointing campaign that was mired by injuries and bad luck. Bulls center Joakim Noah announced on Wednesday that he will not play for the French national team in this summer’s Olympics because of the... Read more »
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Bulls' Luol Deng selected to All-Defensive second team

Chicago Bulls forward Luol Deng was named to the NBA’s All-Defensive second team on Wednesday. As voted on by the league’s 30 coaches, Deng joined Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett, New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler, Celtics guard Rajon Rondo and Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant on the second team. Deng received six first-... Read more »

Bulls' 2011-12 season honors

Bulls' 2011-12 season honors
As the Chicago Bulls look to move past the devastating end to their season, let’s hand out some player and team awards. Most valuable player: Luol Deng While Derrick Rose is far and away the Bulls’ best player, it is Deng whom coach Tom Thibodeau has repeatedly referred to as the “glue” of the team.... Read more »

Bulls' Luol Deng committed to play in Olympics

Bulls' Luol Deng committed to play in Olympics
Chicago Bulls forward Luol Deng believes he owes a great deal of his NBA success to his adopted home nation, Great Britain, and the All-Star has not wavered in his commitment to represent the country in this summer’s London Olympics. While nursing a torn ligament in his left wrist, Deng combined for 43 points and... Read more »
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Bulls' season over in 79-78 loss to 76ers

Bulls' season over in 79-78 loss to 76ers
Playing Game 6 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals, the Chicago Bulls suffered a devastating, season-ending 79-78 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday night at Wells Fargo Center. The Bulls lost the series 4-2 and are the third No. 1 seed to lose to the No. 8 seed in a seven-game series in NBA history.... Read more »

Bulls extend series with 77-69 win over 76ers in Game 5

Bulls extend series with 77-69 win over 76ers in Game 5
Playing Game 5 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals, the Chicago Bulls earned a grind-out 77-69 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night at the United Center. The Bulls pulled within 3-2 in this best-of-seven series. The Bulls, who were again without Derrick Rose (torn ACL) and Joakim Noah (ankle), placed two players in double... Read more »

Bulls roll past 76ers 103-91 in Game 1

Bulls roll past 76ers 103-91 in Game 1
Playing Game 1 in the best-of-seven quarterfinals of the Eastern Conference playoffs, the Chicago Bulls coasted to a 103-91 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday afternoon at the United Center. The Bulls placed five players in double figures against the Sixers. Derrick Rose flirted with a triple-double throughout the game and improved as the... Read more »
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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 »
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