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By now all of you reading this know the whole story behind Derrick Rose’s injury. You know about the torn ACL. You know about the long road he endured. And you know about how he has delayed his return to the NBA, but no one really knows why. Some suspect there has been a snag in the recovery that he has kept secret, and others just chalk it up to calling Rose a wussy. I’m not writing here trying to speculate what is bothering him these days; I’m writing to tell you that it has come to the point where it does not matter, and that he must come back.
The Bulls have gotten this far in the playoffs only because of their coach, Tom Thibodeau. His brilliant defensive mind was just enough to beat the Brooklyn Nets in round 1, but he won’t be enough if Chicago has any hopes of taking down the defending champs. Yes, the Bulls stole Game 1 versus the Heat, thanks to a surprising 27-point performance from Nate Robinson. The Heat were caught off-guard and before ...
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This Miami Heat fan gave the Chicago Bulls’ Joakim Noah just one thing after he was ejected for berating a ref — her middle finger. That’s one classy lady don’t you think? The refs ejected Noah’s teammate Taj Gibson as well.
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Chicago Bulls guardDerrick Rose didn’t play a single minute while in Miami against the heat, he did however play for several minutes in the pool with his son PJ Rose. Check out how DRose enjoyed his Miami vacation. Derrick needs to either rule himself out, or suit up and be ready to play 10-15 minutes a game. Bulls fans deserve it...
Joakim Noah was ejected during the fourth quarter of Wednesday night’s Game 2 after receiving his second technical foul of the game. The Bulls center got a nice present from a Heat fan on the way out: the middle finger.
This has to be difficult on Bulls fans. Before and after Game 2 of the Heat vs. Bulls series a bunch of unconfirmed reports surfaced that Rose would be making his triumphant return to the Bulls in Game 3 of the series.
There reports were very vague, they went from, he would definitely play to he would wear his uniform, but just sit on the bench (which made absolutely no sense...
Class, on top of class.
Early in the 4th quarter of the Miami Heat‘s dominating Game 3 win over the Chicago Bulls, both Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson were ejected following a series of bad calls by the refs [video below]. As Noah was leaving the court this Miami couple were angrily screaming at Noah which was highlighted by the lady reaching over and sticking her middle finger as...
The Bulls and their fans feeling good after their Game 1 victory over the Heat.
Curious to see how The Heat come out in Game 2, they seemed more annoyed than concerned about their game 1 loss, but regardless if they blow out the Bulls or not, the Bulls got the split they wanted.
Nate Robinson has been one of the big stories of the NBA Playoffs this year. When you play that well and with that much heart, you tend to get recognized. Nate got himself a “We Are All Watching” video. This isn’t the Point Guard that Bulls fans wished had his own video, but congrats to The post Video: Nate Robinson Gets a “We Are All Watching” Commercial appeared first on No Coast Bias.
Nate Robinson gives hope to guys under 6 feet tall everywhere. In last night’s game 3 between the Bulls and Heat, Robinson block the shot of the best player in the league LeBron James. What makes it even more impressive is James rarely gets his shot block and is one of the strongest players around the rim NBA.
Robinson is having a heck of NBA playoffs but sadly for him the Bulls...
Prior to the start of the 2013 NBA playoffs, Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson was most known for his aerial exploits in the NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Contest but now, Nate will be known for his amazing performance against the Brooklyn Nets.
The fine folks over at the NBA decided to commemorate Nate’s performance in game four with a “We Are All Watching” commercial:
Due to his diminutive stature, many people seem to forget that Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson is one of the best athletes the NBA has to offer. Just watch below as he runs down LeBron James on a fast break and actually blocks the lay-up attempt with his amazing leaping ability. Thanks to That NBA [...]
The first half of Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals between the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night was physical and resulted in one flagrant foul and several technical fouls.
Joakim Noah and LeBron James were called for double-technicals at the end of the first quarter after they got physical with each other. James was attempting to drive but was called for...
Usually we see LeBron James doing the blocking, but late in the third quarter of Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semifinals featuring the Chicago Bulls and the Miami Heat, we saw Nate Robinson BLOCKING, yes, BLOCKING LeBron James’ shot. Nate Robinson’s hashtag on twitter, #HeartOverHeight, definitely applies here. H/T SBNation The post Nate Robinson Blocks LeBron James...
If I had to ever put a bet on the NBA referee that would get hit in the head by a television camera, my money would be on Dick Bavetta or Joey Crawford.
During tonight’s game three between the Chicago Bulls/Miami Heat, a stoppage of play caused an ESPN camera following Joakim Noah to run into Crawford’s head:
ESPN camera runs into Joey Crawford [Beyond the Buzzer]
If you’ve been watching Game 2 of the NBA Eastern Conference Semis between the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls than you know the action between the two teams has been pretty intense. In the first half, there were 6 technicals and one flagrant foul called.
Early in the second half Bulls center Joakim Noah attempted to set a pick on Heat guard Mario Chalmers. As Chalmers tried to...
The Heat were pissed off. The Bulls weren't backing down.
The result was a lot of Game 2 chippiness in Miami on Wednesday night in its 115-78 win. Hard fouls. Several altercations. Nine technicals, a flagrant and two ejections. And, in the end, a Heat rout that evened this Eastern Conference semifinal series at a game apiece .
The bad blood was predictable, really, given the...