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CHICAGO - The Chicago Bulls already proved they could build a big lead. On Wednesday at the United Center, they were able to hang on for an easy 101-78 win over Dallas. Two days earlier, the Bulls led Milwaukee by 27 points late in the third quarter and gave it all back in a stunning 93-92 loss. Luol Deng led Chicago with 22 points, one of five players who scored in double-figures on Wednesday. Shawn Marion topped the Mavericks with 18 points. After building a 58-42 advantage at halftime, the Bulls never gave their fans much reason to worry. Dallas never got closer than 14 points in the second half. It probably helped that the Mavs played in Philadelphia on Tuesday, while Chicago had a day off to think about the ugly loss to Milwaukee. The Bulls led 77-58 after three quarters and kept rolling, Their lead peaked at 29 points late in the fourth. A popular topic of conversation in Chicago the past few days has been the use of the bench, or lack of it. Deng and Joakim Noah r...
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You can add another song to Spin’s NBA rapper shout out list in the Derrick Rose/Bulls column. Fabolous’ raps about a relationship gone bad in his new song “Want You Back” and builds various metaphors around Derrick Rose to describe a woman who did him wrong and tries to make amends for it:
When you crossed me, you lost me
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Tweet All summer long, Adidas has been releasing a web series chronicling Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose‘s return from an ACL injury. Here’s episode six, featuring Rose discussing his personality and that he’s going “all in” in his quest to return to the court this season: It’s hard not to pull for Rose to make a [...]
Being that he was a free agent and a close friend of Derrick Rose, OJ Mayo was on Bulls fans radar this offseason. Ultimately, Mayo chose more money with Dallas and that was that. However, he did have some nice words to say about D Rose before being pummeled by the Bulls in Chicago last night:
“We grew up together,” Mayo said. “We started playing each other since we were...
In the conclusion of the Derrick Rose’s webseries, “The Return”, the episodic journey documenting D Rose’s inevitable return to the game. Rose talks about why he made this web series and allowing his fans to see a different side of him. The Bulls star even goes as far as saying basketball means so much to him that he would die on that court.
Me having the confidence comes...
CHICAGO - The Chicago Bulls already proved they could build a big lead. On Wednesday at the United Center, they were able to hang on for an easy 101-78 win over Dallas. Two days earlier, the Bulls led Milwaukee by 27 points late in the third quarter and gave it all back in a stunning 93-92 loss. Luol Deng led Chicago with 22 points, one of five players who scored in double-figures...
CHICAGO (AP) -- Luol Deng had 22 points and six rebounds to lead the Chicago Bulls over the Dallas Mavericks 101-78 on Wednesday night.
Five Chicago players scored at least 11 points to help the Bulls (7-7) beat the Mavericks for the fourth straight time.
Nate Robinson came off the bench and added 14 points and six assists for Chicago, and fellow reserve Jimmy Butler scored a career...
Jimmy Butler has played his way into Tom Thibodeau's rotation over Marco Belinelli.
On this day in 1966, the Oakland Coliseum Arena hosted its first NBA game as the Chicago Bulls came into town to play the Warriors. Although it was fully rebuilt in 1996/1997, the arena is technically the oldest facility in use by the NBA.
The Bulls won the game 108-101. Rick Barry, coming off his Rookie of the Year season, led the warriors with 40 points. This Warriors team made...
First person that can twit pic me a Chicago Bulls jersey in the toilet will getmy tickets for tonight’s game
— Drew Gooden (@DrewGooden) November 26, 2012
Bucks forward, Drew Gooden, held a contest via Twitter before Monday night’s game in Chicago, awarding the first fan to send a picture of a Bulls jersey in a toilet 2 tickets to the game. Zack Krupp, a College of...
Things haven't come easy so far for the Dallas Mavericks or the Chicago Bulls, with each feeling the effects of being without a former league MVP.
The Bulls looked particularly lost down the stretch of their latest defeat.
After blowing a 27-point lead, Chicago looks to get back on track Wednesday night when it continues a four-game homestand against the equally inconsistent...