Posts in category "Bulls"

Gino's East or Giordano's? Wrigley Field or Soldier Field? Google Results Declare Winners in 20 Chicago Rivalries

Gino's East or Giordano's? Wrigley Field or Soldier Field? Google Results Declare Winners in 20 Chicago Rivalries
We Chicagoans love to compare.  We will always  compare our city to New York, just like we’ll always debate  who serves  the best deep dish pizza and which side of town hosts the superior baseball team. I thought Google results could be one simple metric to declare a winner, and while I was a it... Read more »

5 Reasons to Hate the Miami Heat

5 Reasons to Hate the Miami Heat
Hating on the Heat is the new Black.  Here are the 5 Reasons we could think of, let us know if you can think of any others. ——————————————-“Like” us on Facebook.

Which Heat Ballers Were Bawlers After Game 1?

Which Heat Ballers Were Bawlers After Game 1?
We all remember hearing that Miami Heat players cried in the locker room after being humiliated by the Bulls in early March. Well, I say: once a crier, always a crier. So let’s check out the list of likely bawler ballers after the Game 1 stomp-out by Chicago.
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Good vs. Evil: 3 Nicknames for the Bulls in the Bulls vs. Heat Series

Good vs. Evil: 3 Nicknames for the Bulls in the Bulls vs. Heat Series
Finally everybody in America will be cheering for a Chicago team.  It’s like getting to be the Butler Bulldogs without the living in Indianapolis part.  —————————————-“Like” us on Facebook or everyone will think you are a LeBron James fan.

Six Great Derrick Rose Games from 2011

This was the final game of the Point Guard Gauntlet: in Utah on Feb. 9 to face Deron Williams, in New Orleans three nights later to face Chris Paul, and home against the Spurs and Tony Parker five days after that. Rose made short work of all three and cemented his position as the NBA's best point guard du jour.
On December 21, 2009, the Bulls blew a 35-point lead at home to the Sacramento Kings and lost 102-98. Last night, the Bulls built a 35-point lead at home against the Sacramento Kings… and then scored five more points to close out for a 132-92 victory. In between those two games, the Bulls compiled an... Read more »

Six Great Michael Jordan Games from 1998

Last game of the season, Ewing injured, the Bulls running at full strength. Watch the clips... you'll see...
When the Bulls take the United Center floor tonight, they will be shooting for the team’s first 50 win season in 13 years. March 20, 1998 was the last time a Chicago Bulls team bagged its 50th win of a season, a rather close escape over Vancouver, and sure enough, a quick scan of the... Read more »
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Six Chicago Bulls Point Guards Likely To Be Forgotten Once This Whole "Derrick Rose is a Super Duper Star" Thing Runs Its Course, 1999-2008 edition

A second round rookie, Chris Duhon was ultimately the man who stabalized the point guard position in Chicago. He was also a key catalyst for the team's first playoff season since the Jordan/Pippen years. In his four years with the Bulls, only Hinrich started more games at guard than Duhon.
As reported last month by the Associated Press, Derrick Rose is really, really good at basketball. Fortunately for us hoops fans here in the Windy, Mr. Rose is currently employed by Your Future World Champion… Chicago Bulls! And when the lights dim at the United Center and the starting lines are announced, it’s the hometown... Read more »

The Whitest Bulls in Recent History: Chicago Sports Week Continues

The Whitest Bulls in Recent History: Chicago Sports Week Continues
It’s Chicago Sports Week at Lists That Actually Matter and I wanted to hold it down and show some love for MY people. All the beige brothas out there gettin’ down for theirs on the Bulls. This lists celebrates the whitest of the white players. To borrow a phrase from How the Grinch Stole Kwanzaa-... Read more »