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All good things must come to an end, and that is exactly what happened to the winning streak of the Miami Heat Wednesday night when they took on the Chicago Bulls. However, out of said destruction it is possible for good things to come--like two of the Big Three being posterized by Chicago's Jimmy Butler.
Butler looks like he is practically jumping on LeBron James in this picture. He then got Chris Bosh with this powerful dunk. If only he had been able to get Dwayne Wade too...
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Without both Joakim Noah and Derrick Rose, it was still the Chicago Bulls that stopped the Miami Heat dead in their tracks at 27 wins.
Jerry Butler came through with one of the night’s big plays as he dunked over Chris Bosh.
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Chicago Bulls center, Joakim Noah is pure chaos on offense and defense. His unique offensive qualities have already been mentioned on HoopStuff, but this piece is why Joakim Noah is the Defensive Player of the Year.
Noah is 5th in the NBA in rebounds, 6th in blocked shots and 5th among NBA big men in steals, while the Bulls are 3rd in the NBA in points allowed, 4th in defensive efficiency...
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...
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.
As LeBron James stepped to the line with 27 seconds to go with the Heat’s 27-game winning streak on the line, down 98-91 to the Bulls, the United Center in Chicago erupted into “End the streak” chants. The undermanned Bulls, playing without Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah, Rip Hamilton and Marco Belinelli, came through and put an end to the second longest winning streak in NBA...
LeBron James was called for a flagrant foul Wednesday during the Miami Heat’s game against the Chicago Bulls after putting a shoulder and elbow into Carlos Boozer, who was setting a screen on him late in the game.
James’ forceful shoulder into Boozer seemed to be retaliation for getting hit in the head on his team’s previous possession. He was called for a flagrant-1 foul,...
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...