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The Bulls have signed forward Malcolm Thomas to a second 10-day contract.
According to the Chicago Bulls:
The Chicago Bulls announced today they have re-signed forward Malcolm Thomas to a second 10-day contract. Thomas, a 6-9, 225-pound forward, originally signed a 10-day contract with the Bulls on March 19, 2013. Per team policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed.
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Chicago Bulls' Carlos Boozer celebrated a basket against the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday with a fist pump that nearly devastated a ref's family jewels.
Carlos Boozer needs a little bit of work on his celebrations, you can confirm that with referee Danny Crawford. Boozer had just finished nailing a layup which he got fouled on, and as he did a nice celebration fist punch his hand found Danny Crawford’s groin. In what could have been a much worse situation, Crawford laughed it off and acted as the professional that he is. The...
Carlos Boozer’s fist and referee Danny Crawford’s manly region collided Saturday to produce a video clip for the ages.
Boozer was working on Dirk Nowitzki in the paint and spun toward the baseline to attempt a shot during the second quarter of the Chicago Bulls-Dallas Mavericks game. Boozer made the shot despite being fouled by Dirk, and he was so stoked about making the and...
via SI- The Point Forward
Hilarious moment. Ben Golliver with the quick youtube skills to get this up 10 minutes after it happened. Being live at the game was even better for me. Everyone was upset by this play besides Danny Crawford, who is an outstanding NBA official. If this was Joey, he would have challenged Boozer to a fight.
There is one thing that just about anyone that has ever played an organized sport has wanted to do at one time or another--hit a ref. Those guys are annoying. To be fair, they are charged with a pretty tough task in regulating the game. More often than not they do just fine, but when they do mess up boy do they mess up.
So when Carlos Boozer made a heck of a play and in his excitement...
(Things Danny Ainge would say...) Bulls big man Carlos Boozer is punching everything that moves these days, including referee Dan Crawford. Though this time it was on a celebratory fist pump. Bonus?...
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The Miami Heat's 27-game winning streak came to an end last night at the hands of the Chicago Bulls sans Joakim Noah and Derrick Rose, 97-101.
There was no comeback, no LeBron James late-game heroics but just a sound win for Chicago and a sound loss for Miami.
And to add insult to injury, Bulls' Jimmy Butler put an exclamation point on handing the Heat their first...
LeBron James had some thoughts about the officiating in Chicago on Wednesday night, and he may have a point.
The Bulls won 101-97, holding off a late Miami surge, and their physicality throughout the game was the main reason they stopped the Heat and their 27-game win streak. That same physicality had James chirping after the game.
One play that particularly irritated James was a...
After a disappointing end to their longest winning streak in two months, a matchup with the sputtering Detroit Pistons should help the Chicago Bulls bounce back.
While they're likely to be short-handed again, the Bulls return home Sunday night looking for an 18th straight victory over the Pistons.
Chicago (39-32) matched a season high with its third straight win when it ended...