Tag: eastern conference

Eastern conference standings don't look much like you'd expect

It's still early and no one's given up on anything just yet. However, the NBA's 12% or so through it's season and, outside of the top three, the Eastern conference looks quite a bit different than you'd expect...

Bulls still second in a tougher Eastern Conference

There's been a lot of talk about how much tougher the East is and where the Bulls will sit in it. I think only a complete homer puts Chicago ahead of Miami, but after that it's fairly close. I'm taking Chicago over Brooklyn, Indiana, and New York though...

Eastern conference preview

The Eastern conference is on the rise.   The Bulls and Heat look like elite teams for the foreseeable future.  The Magic will join them if they can keep Dwight Howard, and the Knicks now have a couple superstars that they can build around.    Even the Nets landed a star and have a core... Read more »

Boozer calls winning championship a "realistic goal"; is he right?

Per ESPN Chicago’s Nick Friedell: “A championship,” he told ESPNChicago.com on Wednesday night after a Nike House of Hoops event. “I think a realistic goal for us is a championship. I think anything shorter than that we’re setting ourselves up to be shorter than what we can reach. I think [we have] potential to be... Read more »

Breaking down the Eastern Conference

I hate prediction articles for several reasons.   First, if I could accurately predict the result of a basketball season then I’d be working in Vegas making millions rather than writing this blog.   Okay, I’d still be writing the blog, but I’d also be making millions in Vegas. Second, I follow the Bulls to... Read more »

Chicago Bulls 2009-10 season preview/predictions

I may take a shot at breaking down the Eastern Conference in a future article, but we’re here to talk about the Bulls, how everyone plays and where they finish.   Jump in at the bottom and leave your own Bulls predictions, go on the record, be mocked like me at the end of the year.... Read more »