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Chicago Bulls Duo Lead the Hoopstuff Eastern Conference Reserves
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- Chandler is arguably the top post defender in the NBA, is leading the NBA in field goal percentage and is the captain of the Knicks’ defense. He is efficient, effective and invaluable for the New York Knicks. It may not show up in the stats, but Chandler is an All-Star and deserves his first career appearance in the game.
- Luol Deng is one of the best perimeter defenders in the NBA, the go-to player for the Chicago Bulls on offense and is leading the NBA in minutes. He simply does everything for the Bulls and deserves recognition for them overachieving without Derrick Rose.
- George has become the go-to player for the Indiana Pacers without Danny Granger, is one of the best defenders in the NBA, a top rebounder for a perimeter player and a very good passer. He is an excellent shooter and athlete and is becoming a franchise caliber player. This should be the ...
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The definition of “more contact” for Derrick Rose, as Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau described the “next step” in the former league MVP’s ongoing recovery process is controlled games of two-on-two, CSNChicago.com has learned.
“He looked great. Remember how he used to cut through the lane? The way he used to cut through the lane and do the acrobatics,” described another...
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...
Chicago Bulls analyst Stacey King is certainly one of the more colorful, entertaining analysts in the NBA. With the game tied in the final seconds against the Pistons Wednesday night, Marco Belinelli scored the winning basket after an incredible hustle play from Joakim Noah. As the ball goes through the hoop, King flips his lid and shouts, "I LIKE MY MEATBALLS SPICY!"...
“Thanks for dealing with all my sh-t to Thibs and the whole staff,” tweeted 9th year pro, Joakim Noah, who was voted into his first All-Star game as a reserve for the Eastern Conference. An unconventional player with a unique personality, Joakim Noah gave a rather entertaining Twitter speech following the announcement to show his appreciation on being selected, in a way only...
Jimmy Butler played all but two minutes in the Bulls' win over Detroit Wednesday.
And Luol Deng's understudy filled up the stat sheet: 18 points (6-14 FG, 5-6 FT), a 3-pointer, nine rebounds, four assists, a steal and a block.
With Deng out with a hamstring injury, Butler has taken advantage of the extra play time:
January 21: 10 points (4-10 FG, 2-2 FT), eight...
Go ahead and raise your hand if you thought the Chicago Bulls would own the fifth-best record in the Eastern Conference nearing halfway mark of this season knowing reigning league MVP Derrick Rose was on the mend?
There is a pretty good chance not many palms are pressed to the air including some fans around Chicago. But knowing this team possesses a record of 24-16 without Rose...
“This is Belinelli’s second random game-winner. I guess he has good Karma,” was how Detroit Pistons head coach Lawrence Frank summed up the Pistons giving up a 17 point lead and dropping their 17th straight game to the Bulls. Belinelli added another game winner to his Bulls resume. The first year Bull followed up his miracle turn around fadeaway vs. Boston in OT that somehow...
Tweet Last week the starters for next month’s NBA All-Star Game were announced. Tonight we found out who would be the reserves for the East and West squads. Among those heading to Houston for the February 17 game will be Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah, who will be making his first All-Star Game appearance. [...]
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.
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Knicks vs Celtics: TNT 8pm
The Knicks are going into Boston tonight looking to kill off some old ghosts. They are looking to kill “The Ghosts” of the five time consecutive Atlantic Division champions, the “Ghosts of Honey Nut Cheerios” and finally… the ghost of 11 straights losses in Boston. At this moment, the Knicks sit a half game up on the number 2 seed in the...