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Just when you thought that things couldn't get any worse for the Chicago Bulls, this pass by Carlos Boozer in today's 76ers/Bulls game three happens.Watch as Boozer air mails this pass to Kyle Korver in the second quarter and the ESPN broadcast team of Hubie Brown/Mike Tirico decides to rib him for it:
If Chicago Bulls fans wondered how bad things could get with both Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah out with injuries, this pass into the second row of the stands by Carlos Boozer says it all.
To his credit, Boozer did lead the Bulls in Sunday's Game 4 with 23 points, but the Bulls lost to the Philadelphia 76ers 89-82 and are now down 3-1 in the series.
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Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah upgraded from crutches to a walking boot Sunday but will not be available to play in Tuesday's must-win Game 5 against Philadelphia.
Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau is calling Noah day-to-day but he still cannot put full weight on his severely sprained left ankle, which remains swollen, the Chicago Tribune reported.
The Bulls have fallen behind 3...
10) Without Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah, Tom Thibodeau loses a lot of his genius 9) This Spencer Hawes stands to make a lot more money than the guy that was in his jersey for much of the year8) Carlos Boozer proved that he could be the go-to guy for a team that won't win7) Jrue Holiday proved that no one will remember what you do in the first 3.5 quarters if the last 0.5 is...
Carlos Boozer threw such a bad pass on Sunday it was comical. The Bulls forward was looking for Kyle Korver during the second quarter of Game 4 against the Sixers, but his ball ended up in the stands. The brutal pass was termed “as bad a pass as you will see by a pro,” by announcer Mike Tirico. We really can’t disagree. That was like watching an infielder sail a throw to first...
Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah is out for Game 4 of the playoffs against the Philadelphia 76ers because of a sprained left ankle.
Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau says Noah is feeling better but is ''not good enough to go'' Sunday. Thibodeau says Noah is day to day for the rest of the series.
Noah was injured midway through the third quarter of Game 3 when he stepped...
The Sixers are home today at 1:00 to face the Chicago Bulls in game 4 of the NBA playoffs first round. Philadelphia is coming off of two straight wins in the series, and now hold a 2-1 series lead.
The Bulls as we all know, are without Derrick Rose, but things are getting worse for Chicago. The Bulls star center Joakim Noah will be out of the lineup today as he is nursing a...
Coming into the playoffs, the first round matchup between the Bulls and Sixers seemed to be a lock for the city of Chicago.
The NBA's #1 seeded team was expected to run all over the Sixers who, down the stretch in the second half of the season struggled mightily.
Fast forward to the Sunday afternoon of May 6th and you'll see the Philadelphia 76ers with a commanding 3-1 series...
Joakim Noah injures ankle in Sixers win over Bulls
The Capel coaching family is savoring every NBA playoff win by the Philadelphia 76ers.
Jeff Jr. is an assistant with the Sixers, who are poised to eliminate the top-seeded Chicago Bulls in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. He has two sons in college coaching: Jeff III is an assistant at Duke and Jason is head coach at Appalachian State.
Both can keep a close watch...
Great free-throw line percentage, grabbing balls off the floor and beating the opposition to the basket.
The Sixers. Go figure.
With the Flyers on the ropes and the Phillies near .500, the Sixers are now the hot team.
The Sixers grabbed a 89-82 win over the Bulls to grab a 3-1 NBA opening round lead.
If the Sixers win Tuesday night, it was be the first time since...
The Philadelphia 76ers are growing up before our very eyes. A team that has been riddled by late game woes throughout the season has finally figured out how to close a game. Now, they had back to Chicago with an opportunity to become only the fifth 8 seed to defeat a top seed in NBA playoff history.
This was not a pretty game. A lot of scrappy play and turnovers turned this into...
It seemed almost unthinkable that the Chicago Bulls could be in this spot.
Yet here they are, trailing the Philadelphia 76ers 3-1 in the first round and trying to avoid elimination as they return home for Game 5 on Tuesday night.
If the Bulls lose, they will be just the fifth No. 1 seed to fall to an eighth seed. It would also give Philadelphia its first series victory since 2003...