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The New Orleans Hornets made some modifications to their locker room before the Chicago Bulls arrived. Instead of the normal sized locker, 5’9” Nate Robinson, got some modifications to his from the Hornets Pelicans’ ball boy.
The ball boy got word that @nate_robinson was coming to play the Hornets . So he gave him his own special… instagr.am/p/V8DBKuxkOK/
— Rip Hamilton (@ripcityhamilton) February 20, 2013
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It seems that Bulls teammates Nate Robinson and Rip Hamilton have had a season long social media battle going on, to see who can one up who the most.
Rip Hamilton got the latest win in the battle when he tweeted the photo of Robinson’s locker after the Bulls 96-87 win over the Hornets.
The tweet shows a picture of Robinson’s locker, with tiny hangers and the pole where you place...
Nate Robinson and Rip Hamilton have been in an ongoing social media battle all season, and Hamilton got his Chicago Bulls teammate on Tuesday.
The veteran guard tweeted the above picture after the Bulls’ 96-87 win over the New Orleans Hornets. His photo included the following caption:
“The ball boy got word that @naterobinson was coming to play the Hornets . So he gave him his...
With a little more than one minute remaining, the Chicago Bulls and Derrick Rose were on the way to a Game 1 playoff victory, but when Rose landed awkwardly on his left knee everything changed.
It wasn’t odd to see Derrick Rose go down, considering he missed 27 games that season with a number of injuries, Bulls fans just hoped it wasn’t anything serious.... Read more
The New Orleans Hornets are open to trading Eric Gordon.
ESPN's Chris Broussard reported that Gordon is "available," but unlikely to be moved because other clubs are "concerned about EG's health going forward."
Yahoo Sports' Marc Spears reported that the Hornets Pelicans will "explore potential deals for him during the off-season."...
Finally some good news for Bulls fans! According to @KCJHoop, Derrick Rose participated in 5 on 5 practice earlier today. One can conclude that there was no setbacks from Monday’s 5 on 5 practice, and that is a positive step towards his return. ESPNChicago reported that a source close to the Bulls thought that Rose looked “really good” on Monday. Combining the fact that...
The Chicago Bulls Derrick Rose may not be appearing on an NBA basketball court, at least in a game action any time soon, but he is appearing on pizza boxes. The Bulls Derrick Rose, pizza do I need to throw in the Blues Brothers somehow just so you can have all the Chicago stereotypes in one place?
Chicago based pizza chain Giordano’s (every time tourists visit me going to Giordano’s...
Is he, or isn’t he? Despite saying his knee “still isn’t feeling right” and that he can’t dunk yet, eyewitnesses say Derrick Rose looked “really good” and is “ready to go” after participating in his first 5-on-5 scrimmage at practice on Monday.
According to ESPN Chicago:
Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose looked “real good” during his first 5-on-5 drills of...
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If you missed the games last night, and lets be honest, they weren’t exactly much-watch TV, you missed the Heat trounce the Bulls 86-67 and the Spurs romp...
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LeBron James hits a bank, left-handed 3-point shot against the Chicago Bulls simply because he can.
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Honestly, no one wants to see an NBA star like LeBron James get injured but during last night's Bulls/Heat game, Bulls fans at the United Center cheered a possible LeBron injury.It happened in the fourth quarter of play after Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson fouled him in transition and listen to the audible cheers from the fans in attendance:
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Even if Derrick Rose wasn't ready to return, the Chicago Bulls got healthier as a team over the All-Star break -- and it showed.
Luol Deng scored 20 points, Kirk Hinrich returned from a seven-game absence with 10 assists, and the Chicago Bulls snapped a two-game skid with a 96-87 victory over the New Orleans Hornets on Tuesday night.
"We all needed...