Posts tagged "derrick rose"

Bulls Hope to Continue Regular Season Success Against Bucks in Playoffs

Bulls Hope to Continue Regular Season Success Against Bucks in Playoffs
After a 3-1 regular season against Milwaukee the Bulls will open up the post the post season against the Bucks at the United Center. The Bulls won both games at the United Center and split the two games in Milwaukee. In an season with constant injuries and players missing games. Tom Thibodeau will have almost... Read more »

Bulls Eastern Conference Favorites According to Experts

Bulls Eastern Conference Favorites According to Experts
While the Cleveland Cavaliers were hijacking ESPN to make sure the entire world knew about LeBron James returning back to as he put it, Northeast Ohio, nobody but a handful of experts seemed to notice the changes the Bulls were making. They traded up to get Doug McDermott in the first round and added Center... Read more »

Bulls headed for a Critical Offseason

Bulls headed for a Critical Offseason
The Bulls loss to Washington has created a lot of discussion on their surprising five game first round loss to Washington. The disappointing end to another overachieving regular season has created a lot of discussion. Facebook was buzzing with Bulls fans chiming in on what just happened and what should happen this off-season. I was... Read more »
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Bulls Send Patronizing Letter to Season Ticket Holders Following Deng Trade

Bulls Send Patronizing Letter to Season Ticket Holders Following Deng Trade
The Bulls earlier today sent what can only be seen as a patronizing letter to Bulls fans earlier today.  General Manager Gar Forman and Vice President of Player Development John Paxson acknowledged it will be an uphill battle for a championship in a letter to season ticket holders.  They touch on how they hated to lose... Read more »

Christmas Day Basketball in Chicago Predates the Bulls

Christmas Day Basketball in Chicago Predates the Bulls
The Bulls were not inaugurated as a franchise until 1966 and played in a Christmas Day game in their initial season. Christmas basketball in Chicago predates the Bulls by almost 30 years and two other Chicago franchises. Both the Stags and the Chicago Packers/Zephyrs(now the Washington Wizards) both played in Christmas Day games. Here is a... Read more »

Derrick Rose and Chicago's Ten Most Injury Prone and Fragile Athletes

Derrick Rose and Chicago's Ten Most Injury Prone and Fragile Athletes
Derrick Rose’s comeback lasted ten games. After sitting out all of the 2012-13 season, Rose injured the medial meniscus in his right knee 19 months after tearing the ACL in his left. Per Espn’s Darren Rovell Rose has made $41 million in the last three seasons and played in only 50 games. In Rose’s first... Read more »
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Ten Reasons to be Thankful in Chicago Sports

Ten Reasons to be Thankful in Chicago Sports
Although it has been a tough year in Chicago Sports except for the Blackhawks, we have a lot to be thankful for. We live in one of the best cities in the world to be fan, participant or weekend warrior. Here is my list of what to be thankful for in Chicago Sports. The Lakefront... Read more »

The Bulls Ten Most Memorable Moments from the 2012-13 Season

The Bulls 2012-13 season will be remembered as the year Derrick Rose sat out, the continued injury problems and their amazing heart during their playoff run. Ultimately the Bulls gave us a season to remember by showing unbelievable heart throughout their playoff run. Here is a look at the Bulls ten most memorable moments during the 2012-13... Read more »

Five Reasons the Bulls Have Succeeded Without Derrick Rose

Five Reasons the Bulls Have Succeeded Without Derrick Rose
The Big question entering the 2012-13 season for the Bulls was how well they could play until Derrick Rose came back. After a relatively slow start the Bulls have continued to be one of the best teams in the NBA even without their only true star player. They enter the All-Star break 30-22 fifth in... Read more »
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Dozen Biggest Stories in Chicago Sports in 2012

With the football season concluding (for the Chicago Area College teams and the Bears) this week, we can finally put a wrap on the 2012 Chicago Sports Calendar. Although there seemed to be more disappointment than exhilaration, there is some room for optimism in the future. Chris Sale showed he has the stuff to be... Read more »