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Will the Bulls have the NBA's Best Record Again?

Will the Bulls have the NBA's Best Record Again?
Of all the questions surrounding the Chicago Bulls this season, only one truly matters- can they get past the Miami Heat this year? Because of what happened last season (4-1 Eastern Conference Finals loss despite the Bulls having home court advantage), what could happen this year (many NBA experts predict the same outcome this year)... Read more »

2012 Chicago Bulls Face Potential Glass Ceiling

2012 Chicago Bulls Face Potential Glass Ceiling
Of all the questions surrounding the Chicago Bulls this season, only one truly matters- can they get past the Miami Heat this year? Because of what happened last season (4-1 Eastern Conference Finals loss despite the Bulls having home court advantage), what could happen this year (many NBA experts predict the same outcome this year)... Read more »

Hatred of Lebron James Unites Nation with Cleveland Today

Schadenfreude is pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others. This notoriously untranslatable German word is used as a loanword in English, and it perfectly encapsulates what American NBA fans are feeling this morning now that the Dallas Mavericks have denied the Miami Heat the league title. I guess it’s fitting the Finals MVP (Dirk Nowitzki)... Read more »
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Bulls Fall Behind 2-1, Apocalypse Now? No, but Heat is Certainly Being Felt

Remember Chicago Bulls fans, the Bulls haven’t lost three in a row all year. So this is not the apocalypse. That was Saturday; and you survived it. Things do look bad- really bad right now, but Thibs will make adjustments. Again this is not the apocalypse, it’s not even the 2pacalypse. But the tide has... Read more »

How will Miami Counter-act Chicago's Advantage up Front?

“Usually when you’re in touch with reality, it’s better for you.” Those are the words of Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh, the lanky 6-11 All-Star who was the Heat’s only consistent weapon Sunday night. “I think intensity always carries over.  Your mindset, you always want to get mentally prepared in practice.  That’s what it’s... Read more »

What Should we Expect From Lebron James in Game 2?

Among the many images we see of the ever present individual brand that is NBA superstar Lebron James, maybe Nike’s “What Should I Do?” commercial is the most telling insight into his true personal character. A lot of people misinterpreted it’s meaning. And maybe I’m reading it incorrectly as well, but what I see is... Read more »
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How will Miami Heat, Erik Spoelstra Adjust in Game 2?

Following one of their three regular season losses to the Chicago Bulls, a couple of current members of the Miami Heat broke down in tears. But none of the three regular season losses (by a combined 8 points) were as emotional or as lopsided as Sunday night’s 21 point drubbing in game one of the... Read more »

Bulls Bench Mob Trounces Miami Heat Reserves in Game 1

-What a tale of two halves. The Chicago Bulls led the Miami Heat for only a minute or two in game one of their epic NBA Eastern Conference Finals. But in the second half, they absolutely blew them out of the water. The difference was the Bench Mob, as Chicago’s reserves out-scored Miami’s pine-riders 28-15.... Read more »

Bulls Win at Miami; Heat Players Start to Cry

The villains of the NBA, the Miami Heat, are losing. They’re in a slump and they just can’t seem to handle the elite teams in the league. Not only are they having issues on the court, they’re now starting to lose it in between the ears. The Chicago Bulls won their third and final meeting... Read more »
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Bulls Winning Formula: Rebounding, Defense, Depth and Chemistry

Derrick Rose put on another MVP like performance. He scored 26 to lead the Chicago Bulls over the Miami Heat 93-89 Thursday night in a showdown between two of the Eastern Conference’s three top teams. Chicago beat Miami by three at the United Center last month, and this one, with possible seeding and therefore postseason... Read more »
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