MIAMI – Chicago Bulls management is hoping a new petition to the NBA will be accepted prior to Game 5 of their Eastern Conference Semifinals series with the Miami Heat. The new provision would allow the Bulls to install Rock ‘n Jock 10 point shots near the team’s opposing basket. “Listen, it’s not fair,” stated Chicago Bulls head... Read more »
BRISTOL – A fiery ball of light could be seen as far away as New York City late Wednesday night. The explosion was the result of the Miami Heat’s 27 game winning streak coming to an end at the hands of the Chicago Bulls. ESPN’s Bristol, Connecticut facilities combusted shortly after the buzzer sounded at Chicago’s... Read more »
(Chicago Tough normally does comedic pieces, but after today’s Bulls game, we’re taking some time away…pardon us.) If you’re over 50 and grew up in the Chicago area, you’ve seen this tape before. Saturday, on a move that was so typical of the Chicago Bulls’ stalwart point guard, All-Star point guard Derrick Rose left his... Read more »
(The following paper is an end of term review by Miami Heat stand-in coach Erik Spoelstra detailing his ‘most awesomest’ internship with Heat organization. Spoelstra is finishing his final year in Sports Management at the University of Miami.) Two roads diverged in a wood, and I– I took the one less traveled by, And that... Read more »
One of the most outspoken owners in professional sports is Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. With the Mavericks only one win away from an NBA championship, it makes me wonder what Cuban will do to celebrate…celebrating in the only way a mult-millionaire can…
Why be upset that our Bulls aren’t in the NBA Finals? We have plenty of great memories to relive! This is another installment in Chicago Bulls lore. Tonight, the Heat and Mavs played a classic. The Miami Heat were able to pull away 88-86 to take a 2-1 series lead…but does it match up with... Read more »
So, what are we doing now that Bulls season is over? The Cubs and Sox leave us little to be desired…below are the results!
MIAMI – TNT analyst Craig Sager was unresponsive after passing out at a local Macy’s store, this morning. Miami paramedics struggled to resuscitate the unresponsive Sager; who was found half-dressed in a store stall. A store employee stated that he gave Sager four suits to try on. Sager, after trying on a The suit, above, that Sager was... Read more »
Joakim Noah of the Chicago Bulls was caught using a gay slur during their Game 3 loss to the Miami Heat on Sunday. This issue could have been averted if Noah responded to the situation differently. Here is a poll of possible responses:
He kissed the court, pumped his fists, and reacted like a world’s champion…but how will we view LeBron’s celebration in one year?