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Los Angeles Lakers
CHICAGO -- Kirk Hinrich scored a season-high 22 points, and the Chicago Bulls pulled away late to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 95-83 Monday at the United Center. It was a game when something had to give. The Bulls started the night a mediocre 11-11 at home this season, while the Lakers were 5-13 away from the Staples Center. Monday's defeat was Los Angeles' sixth road loss in a row. With the game tied 75-75 midway through the fourth quarter, Chicago scored eight consecutive points and finished the game on a 20-8 run. Hinrich nailed a couple of jumpers, then Jimmy Butler drained a long turnaround as the shot clock expired to put the Bulls ahead 83-75 with 4:11 remaining. After the Lakers ended the 8-0 run, Bulls guard Marco Belinelli knocked down back-to-back 3-pointers to make it 89-79 with 2:26 left. Belinelli finished with 15 points for Chicago, while Carlos Boozer had 14, Richard Hamilton 13, Nate Robinson 11 and Butler 10. Lakers star Kobe Bryant finished with 1...
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Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose may participate in full contact practice this week, meaning his return to NBA game action might not be too far off.
Brian Scalabrine may have hung up the headband, but that doesn’t mean he can’t still bring a solid game.
The former Celtic was back on the court in Boston recently, taking on some one-on-one challengers for 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher and Rich. Let’s just say Scalabrine got the better of most of his challengers (who were required to send in tryout videos to prove they were...
For some odd reason, people foolishly believed they could beat Brian Scalabrine one-on-one. Ya know, because he was the goofy white guy that sat at the end of the bench during this NBA career. If you remember, we told you about Scalabrine offering a challenge in Boston about month ago anyone who wanted to play him, with the intention of completely obliterating them once he got them...
ESPN Chicago first reported the injury timetable for Derrick Rose’s possible return in February. Rose will be ready for full contact practice by the end of the week, coach Thibodeau revealed.
The Bulls have fared well without their MVP player, and are currently locked in at the 5th seed tied with the Brooklyn Nets. Rose participated in some ‘light’ practice today, which comes...
Kirk Hinrich scored 22 points, Marco Belinelli added 15 points, and the Chicago Bulls pulled away down the stretch to beat the struggling Los Angeles Lakers 95-83 on Monday night.
Belinelli came up big in the closing minutes, scoring eight points during an 18-4 run that broke a 75-75 tie and sent the Lakers to their ninth loss in 11 games.
He started it by hitting two free throws...
Luol Deng will miss Monday's game with the Los Angeles Lakers. Deng missed Saturday's game with a hamstring injury; he's day-to-day.
Jimmy Butler filled in with a Deng-esque line: 18 points (5-13 FG, 8-8 FT), eight rebounds, three assists and
three steals. Look for him to continue starting while Deng is out.
Butler is owned in 2 percent of Yahoo leagues. He...
Former NBA player and coach Bill Cartwright has been hired as coach of the Osaka Evessa in Japan's professional basketball league.
Cartwright coached the Chicago Bulls from 2001-03. Osaka announced Tuesday he would guide the team for the rest of the 2013 season.
Osaka is in ninth place in the 10-team Western Conference with a 5-19 record with half a season remaining.
Tom Thibodeau elaborated on Monday his decision to bench Joakim Noah during the Bulls' overtime loss on Saturday to the Grizzlies.
Carlos Boozer averaged 23.0 points and 14.8 rebounds last week.
Recently, the guys over at 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston put together an event so important that it should have been aired on pay per view. Toucher & Rich have one of the best radio shows in the nation with a blend of humor, news and sports that is perfect for waking up to. Their good friend, Mr. Brian Scalabrine joins them often on the program to keep them in touch with...
Is this the year Durant gets his first of many MVP's?
Frustrations appear to be taking their toll on the Los Angeles Lakers, who can't seem to right the ship.
The Chicago Bulls, in contrast, have mostly held their own, but coach Tom Thibodeau was anything but pleased with their latest effort.
The slumping Lakers try to avoid their longest road losing streak in eight seasons Monday night against a Bulls team that could be without...