Posts tagged "jeff teague"

K.C. Johnson Breaking Down the Bulls Bad Defense in Game 4 (Audio)

K.C. Johnson Breaking Down the Bulls Bad Defense in Game 4 (Audio)
K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune joined Dan McNeil and Matt Spiegel at “The Danny Mac Show” on 670 The Score in Chicago on Monday afternoon to talk Bulls. He discussed: the “team collapse” of the Bulls’ “brutal” execution of Tom Thibodeau‘s defense in their Game 4 loss in Atlanta; Atlanta’s adjustments — trapping Derrick... Read more »

Hawks Shot Passive Bulls Out of the Gym to Steal Game 1

Hawks Shot Passive Bulls Out of the Gym to Steal Game 1
Despite homecourt advantage, the Bulls find themselves down 1-0 in their series against Hawks after losing 103-95 at the UC. The Hawks weren’t given much of a chance to win a game in the seven-game series against the Bulls. Not only is Atlanta the underdogs against the #1 seed in the conference with the NBA-best... Read more »

Horny Notes: May 2, 2011 -- Jim Cornelison to Sing National Anthem for Game 1, Teague Will Start at PG, Boozer Expected to Play

Horny Notes: May 2, 2011 -- Jim Cornelison to Sing National Anthem for Game 1, Teague Will Start at PG, Boozer Expected to Play
Jim Cornelison will sing the national anthem before Game 1 on Monday. “In the wake of the death of Osama bin Laden, Chicago Bulls vice president of business operations Steve Schanwald said Monday there will be special significance to the pregame festivities.” (Roman Madrowski, ESPNChicago.com) Jeff Teague will start for the Hawks in place of... Read more »
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Rose Should Dominate With Hinrich 'Likely to Miss' Bulls-Hawks Series

Rose Should Dominate With Hinrich 'Likely to Miss' Bulls-Hawks Series
Kirk Hinrich reportedly “will likely miss the entire” seven-game series against the Bulls “after severely straining his hamstring in the closing minutes of the Hawks’ series-clinching win over Orlando,” Andrew Seligman reported (AP). Some teams were able to contain Derrick Rose at times this season, but arguably one of the most frustrating for him was... Read more »

Catch n' Shoot: November 15, 2010

Catch n' Shoot: November 15, 2010
The Suns (5-4) hit 22 threes of an astonishing 40 attempts to beat the Lakers (8-2) on the road, 121-116. Jason Richardson led Phoenix with 35, 7-for-10 from long range, and Steve Nash had a 21-13 double-double. The struggling and tired Hedu Turkoglu hit 5-of-7 threes for 17 pts, Channing Frye went 4-for-7 from long... Read more »