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John Paxson said the Bulls are unlikely to make any trades before the February deadline.
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That photo (via Marcus Thompson) is of Stephen Curry’s arm after the Warriors’ ugly loss to the Bulls Friday night. Did he get into a scuffle with a mountain lion on the way to the locker room? No, based on Thompson’s description, the gruesome scratch comes courtesy of Kirk Hinrich. The Bulls point guard gashed the Dubs from behind the arc (6-of-7 on three’s) and also evidently...
Chicago Bulls center, Joakim Noah, couldn’t contain his excitement after being selected to his first All-Star Game. The 5th year pro is averaging a career best 12.2 points a game to go along with 11 rebounds and two blocks.It’s obvious Noah didn’t check with his editor or his publicist before tweeting out his acceptance speech.I can’t believe it… This has been a long journey...
“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...
Kirk Hinrich thinks he is Wolverine.
Need to go the nearest nail salon and get those nails clipped and trim. Those are lethal weapons, even Rondo thinks that is terrible.
I feel bad for Hinrich’s lady hope he doesn’t accidentally claw her to death at night.
H/T Bleacher Report
Joakim Noah just missed a triple-double Saturday. The Chicago Bulls center was one-point shy, finishing with nine points, 17 rebounds and 10 assists. He added a steal and two blocks. He's been a top-20 player this season.
Jimmy Butler finally cooled off. In 45 minutes, the Bulls' small forward scored nine points to go with six rebounds and a steal. He's been much better...
WASHINGTON -- Earlier this season when they endured nightly jabs on and off the court, the Wizards might have been content simply running with the Bulls. Now with its full contingent in place, Washington is delivering the gory knockout blows. Emeka Okafor tallied 15 points and 16 rebounds, and John Wall also had 15 points as the Wizards won their fifth straight home game with an...
Jimmy Butler is a must-own player with Luol Deng out. He's owned in seven percent of Yahoo leagues, and that's about to shoot up.
The sophomore filled up the stat sheet again without Deng (hamstring). In another 40-plus minutes (44 on Friday), Butler did some damage: 16 points (6-10 FG, 4-4 FT), 12 rebounds, two assists and a block.
In three previous starts, Butler...
Kirk Hinrich scored a season-high 25 points, hitting six of seven three-pointers in the Chicago Bulls' 103-87 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Friday night.
Nate Robinson added 22 points off the bench in the Bulls' third straight victory.
David Lee, the Warriors' All-Star selection, scored 23 points. Stephen Curry added 21 for Golden State, which shot 34.6...
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In the NBA, sometimes its better to be lucky than good and Washington Wizards forward Trevor Booker found that out last night against the Chicago Bulls.In the second quarter of play, Trevor was attempting to follow a jump shot from teammate Kevin Seraphin but was unable to corral the rebound.Watch as Bulls forward Taj Gibson accidentally tips the ball in the basket and Booker got...
CHICAGO -- Kirk Hinrich scored a season-high 25 points and the Chicago Bulls led wire-to-wire in a 103-82 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Friday at the United Center. The Bulls jumped to early leads of 12-2 and 25-9. Their lead was in double digits from the 5-minute mark of the first quarter through the rest of the game. Hinrich knocked down 6 of 7 shots from 3-point...
Although they've had their share of big wins lately, the Chicago Bulls haven't been able to take care of business against lesser opponents.
It might help if they can get their All-Star forward back in the lineup.
The Bulls will try to win for the seventh time in nine games on Monday night when they host the Charlotte Bobcats, who snapped a lengthy losing streak in their...