Tag: chicago

Bulls Can't Control Washington, Lose 107-97

Bulls Can't Control Washington, Lose 107-97
The Bulls carried over their hot shooting into the first quarter of Wednesday’s game against the Wizards. Their 13 point lead was erased by halftime, and they wound up falling to Washington by a final score of 107-97. After shooting 59% in Monday’s rout of the Pistons, the Bulls hit 61% of their first quarter... Read more »

Bulls Get Back on Track With a Win Over Detroit

Bulls Get Back on Track With a Win Over Detroit
Crisis averted! Fresh off a pair of embarrassing home-and-home losses to the Milwaukee Bucks, the Bulls got back on track with a 113-82 bludgeoning of the reeling Detroit Pistons. The Bulls were a battering ram right out of the gate, and jumped out to a lead that grew as large as 38–before cruising to the... Read more »

Jabari Parker Recognizes the Bigger Picture

Jabari Parker Recognizes the Bigger Picture
The bigger picture is tough to see, the world moves at a rapid pace and it’s difficult to slow down. Living in today’s world, judgement is usually clouded by personal preference, group think, and greed. Having the ability to step back and see the world from a different perspective is rare, and very much needed. In... Read more »
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Bulls Finish Circus Trip on a High Note, Beat Philadelphia

Bulls Finish Circus Trip on a High Note, Beat Philadelphia
If you’re feeling nostalgic it’s perfectly normal. The circus trip is over-for good. Chicago certainly finished out the circus trip era with a bang, taking care of a Joel Embiid-less Philadelphia team by the score of 105-89. The Bulls were in complete control of this game and never looked in the rearview mirror. This win... Read more »

More Lee to the Bulls rumors

From the New York Daily News: The Knicks were hoping to get Robinson and David Lee signed at the same time and that is still a possibility if Lee is willing to agree to a one-year deal worth between $7 and $8 million. If Lee isn’t signed, the Knicks will try to work out and... Read more »

For better or worse, your 2009/10 Chicago Bulls

With Andre Miller officially signing with the trailblazers and Aaron Gray’s qualifying offer now guaranteed, it appears the Chicago Bulls are done for the summer with roster moves. Miller’s signing ends the Blazers possible pursuit of Kirk Hinrich which ends our ability to save Utah significant money in a Boozer trade. Aaron gray will be... Read more »
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James Johnson's summer league highlights

Thanks to Ryguy from realgm and Bullspodcasters for posting these James Johnson highlights to youtube. Game 1: Game 2: Game 4:

Gordon's official contract numbers

I’ve found out Gordon’s official contract numbers, and they’re on the high end of what we’ve heard throughout the media. 09-10 $10,000,00010-11 $10,800,00011-12 $11,600,00012-13 $12,400,00013-14 $13,200,000 (Player Option)5 Years for $58,000,000. He also has a clause for incentives which are considered unlikely (meaning he didn’t reach them last season), but I don’t specifically know what... Read more »

Aaron Gray: "There's other interest out there"

From Sam Smith’s blog: “I’m going to do what’s best for me and the organization,” Gray said. “There’s other interest out there. I love the city of Chicago. I’m just going to play basketball and worry about getting better and whatever happens happens. Right now my responsibility is working on my basketball and my agent... Read more »
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Gar Forman interview on Summer League broadcast

Here’s most of what I was able to write down while Forman was being interviewed in the second quarter of the Bulls Summer League game against Oklahoma City.  It’s probably about 90% of the interview though there were a few parts I missed. – Playing different guys, giving different guys an opportunity tonight with Gibson... Read more »