Found February 17, 2013 on
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Tweet Bulls center Joakim Noah is known for many things. He’s known for his tenacity, his intensity and even his hair. However, one thing he is most definitely is not known for is his dribbling ability. Nonetheless, he put his handles on display at the All-Star Game Sunday, crossing up Zach Randolph: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXaSvdFR90s Granted Randolph [...]
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The Chicago Bulls, who were set to be over the luxury tax for the first time ever, may look to avoid that now with Derrick Rose’s return this season questionable.
According to Ken Berger, CBS Sports:
For that reason, sources say the Bulls are open to moving Rip Hamilton in a deal that makes sense and saves them a year on the repeater-tax rolls.
Joakim Noah and Luol Deng represented the Bulls in Houston for All-Star Weekend. Their seasons (at least statistically) do not scream All Star but they both held their own in the league's yearly exhibition. Their team has proven worth the attention with Chicago sitting at 30-22 and fifth in the East.
At this point, there seems to be few who think the Miami Heat will not win...
Will he or won’t he? That’s the question on every Bulls fan mind’s since Derrick Rose let it be known the possibility of not coming back at all this season. Monday he took another step forward towards the eventual return, participating in 5-on-5 scrimmage for the first time since tearing his ACL in April 2012.
According to ESPN Chicago:
Derrick Rose participated in five-on...
The two biggest names people are waiting for in fantasy circles are Derrick Rose and Andrew Bynum, and it looks like they’re both farther away than was anticipated. Bynum felt pain in his knees after back to back workouts, while Rose said he was about 20-30% away (actually, he said he was feeling 85% on a scale of 110%, so hopefully he has an accountant do his taxes). Neither...
Scottish college student Brendan got the chance to fly to Chicago after winning an adidas “All In” contest to meet his basketball idol, Derrick Rose, and take in a Chicago Bulls game. Not many fans can say they got to spend the day beating D Rose in games of 1-on-1 and h-o-r-s-e, check out Brendan’s ‘life-changing’ experience:
Before Tom Thibodeau's arrival to the Chicago Bulls, Luol Deng found it hard to get noticed around the NBA for his play on both ends of the court.
The Bulls had seven- to eight-minute five-on-five drills on Monday in which Derrick Rose took part.
It’s been reported that the Bulls have offered a deal of Carlos Boozer and Nate Robinson to the Raptors for Andrea Bargnani and John Lucas III, available whenever Toronto decides to pull the trigger. However, the Raptors are reportedly not interested in Boozer’s $40+ million salary.
According to the Toronto Star:
Yes, there has been chatter about Bargnani-Boozer around here...
When asked during All-Star weekend if he agreed with team chairman, Robert Pera’s, comments that the Grizzlies are better prepared for playoff success after a trade sending Rudy Gay to Toronto, Zach Randolph agreed.
According to Kyle Veazey, Memphis Commercial-Appeal:
“I definitely do,” Randolph said during a media session in a ballroom at the posh Hilton Americas hotel here...
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- The Memphis Grizzlies needed a few minutes to shake off their All-Star break rust. Once they did, they dominated the Detroit Pistons.
Mike Conley scored 19 points, Zach Randolph had his 31st double-double and Memphis won its fourth straight game Tuesday night, 105-91 at Detroit.
Randolph had 15 points and 10 rebounds and the Grizzlies rode a strong second...