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CHICAGO -- Derrick Rose is still sidelined and the Chicago Bulls never got to experience the playoff run they expected last spring. But they did enjoy a bit of revenge on Saturday, beating playoff foe Philadelphia 93-88 at the United Center. The Bulls entered the fourth quarter with a 3-point advantage and never lost the lead. A steal by Joakim Noah led to a fast-break dunk from Taj Gibson, giving the Bulls their largest lead at 76-68 with 7:40 remaining.Philadelphia closed within 81-79 with 2:57 left when Jrue Holiday hit a 3-pointer. Chicago answered with a Luol Deng jumper and Gibson dunk to make it 85-79 with 1:44 on the clock. The 76ers could have gotten possession trailing by three after Richard Hamilton missed a free throw with 14.7 seconds left. But Noah kept the rebound alive, tipped it out to Hamilton and he nailed both foul shots to clinch the result. Deng led the Bulls with 25 points, Hamilton had 15, while Noah finished with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Holiday led ...
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Bulls guard Richard Hamilton went down with a foot injury during the Sixers win on Saturday night. After getting an MRI, the Bulls received one of the better news one could get when talking about injuries. An injury to a plantar fascia could lead to months of recovery, but a tear could mean a comeback within a few weeks. Sam Smith of Bulls.com explains the process.Plantar fasciitis...
The Chicago Bulls say veteran guard Richard Hamilton has torn tissue in his left foot.
The team says an MRI on Sunday confirmed he tore the plantar fascia tissue and will return ''as his symptoms permit.'' Hamilton left Saturday's game against Philadelphia in the third quarter and returned to hit three of four free throws in the final 20 seconds, clinching a...
As if the Chicago Bulls had not battled through enough injuries this season, they are dealing with one more. Richard Hamilton injured his left foot last night and had to exit the game against the Philadelphia 76ers in the third quarter. It was bad enough that Hamilton was unable to walk off the court under his own power. He had to be helped to the bench by teammates. According...
CHICAGO -- Richard Hamilton was carried off the floor and into the locker room by a pair of Chicago teammates with 3:15 left in the third quarter on Saturday. He was diagnosed with a left foot sprain and felt well enough to check back in with 20.8 seconds remaining. Hamilton hit three free throws in the final moments to seal the Bulls' 93-88 victory over Philadelphia at the...
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If [Rip Hamilton's injury] is something, the Bulls do have a roster spot and we could see a return of Jannero Pargo. His agent, Mark Bartelstein, was quoted a week ago saying the Bulls were among several teams inquiring about Pargo, released by the Wizards. Also, Quentin Richardson is presumably hanging around along with another former De Paul player, Bobby Simmons. -Sam Smith
Luol Deng scored a game-high 25 points and the Chicago Bulls beat the Philadelphia 76ers 93-88 Saturday night.
Deng also had a season-high seven assists and has led the team in scoring in consecutive games. He scored 22 in a 101-78 win over the Dallas Mavericks.
Richard Hamilton added 15 points for the Bulls.
Joakim Noah had 12 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists and Carlos...
Richard Hamilton suffered a torn plantar fascia late in Saturday night's game.
Derrick Rose was running sprints at the Bulls practice on Monday, and while he is still most likely out at least 2 more months, it’s nice to see him getting healthy:
According to ESPN:
The 24-year-old point guard started cutting again on his surgically repaired left knee a few weeks ago and was sprinting in bursts after practice on Monday afternoon. ”I think he looks really...
Attention TNT/ESPN: You need Brian Scalabrine on the sideline. Scal had one of the most entertaining postgame interviews with Kevin Garnett after the Celtics defeated the Trailblazers Friday night, joking with KG that all the young guys around the league have his poster hanging “until they get to know you, then they rip that thing down”. Granted, he’s comfortable with these...
Without Derrick Rose for the first half of the season (at least), the Bulls have relied on a collective effort on the offensive end to make up for their leading scorer. While the new bench is still adjusting to Thibodeau’s system, the starters are relied on heavily – everyone but Kirk Hinrich is averaging in double figures scoring. One of those bench members will have to step...
With each team's star player out because of a knee injury, the Chicago Bulls and Indiana Pacers have struggled to sustain consistent success.
Trying for a season-high third consecutive victory, the Bulls will be minus another starting guard Tuesday night when they look to continue their recent home dominance of the Pacers.
Chicago (8-7) expected to struggle at times while Derrick...