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Joakim Noah, against most reports stating the opposite, played on Saturday night for the Bulls, but was ineffective as he dealt with a bum foot. A big question for Game 2 of this series is how the injured Noah will play
When: 8:00 PM; Monday, April 22nd, 2013
Where: Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
Odds are that, tonight, the Nets won't shoot nearly 56 percent from the field, like they did in their win in Game 1 over the Bulls on Saturday night at Barclays Center. Tom Thibodeau's defense is probably too good to allow repeat performances like that on the NBA's biggest stage, the playoffs. Yes, that means Brooklyn's job this evening is going to be significantly harder if they want to head to Chicago with a controlling 2-0 lead in this series. After a probable Thibs-led chewing out after Game 1, it would be shocking if the Bulls came out with the same lack of intensity and effort on defense that they normally exhibit season-long....
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Bulls backup point guard, Nate Robinson, who was signed to replace former backup, C.J. Watson who was waived last summer, says their is mutual animosity between the two guards who are matched up with one another in the first round Bulls-Nets series.
According to ESPN Chicago:
“We’re just competitors,” Robinson said Monday after helping the Bulls even their Eastern Conference...
Not all tattoos turn out as masterpieces.Take this guy for example, who decided he wanted an image of diminutive Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson stamped on the left side of his back. Not just any image, though. He got an image of the 5-foot-9 player about to throw down a between-the-legs dunk.There are three things (maybe more) that make this tattoo less than stellar.First, the...
The sneaker game has become a part of the competition for NBA players, both on and off-court. Many have an affinity for footwear, striving to amass the newest releases, player exclusives and limited-edition finds. Chicago Bulls guard, Rip Hamilton, recently took to twitter to showcase his Jordan collection. A collection that required two U-Haul trucks to move the footwear into...
Nets’ Jerry Stackhouse kicked off the first ever playoff game at Barclays Center in Brooklyn by singing the National Anthem prior to Game 1 of the Bulls-Nets playoff series. The 18-year veteran who has also sang the anthem as a member of the Milwaukee Bucks and Dallas Mavericks, does a pretty impressive rendition!
The Chicago Bulls put together a couple of rallies while taking three of four from the Brooklyn Nets during the regular season.
There was no chance for any comeback on Saturday. Not with the defense lacking and Joakim Noah limping.
The top-seeded team in the Eastern Conference the past two seasons, the Bulls failed to match the Nets' energy and trailed by as many as 28 points...
Veteran Jerry Stackhouse kicks off the first playoff game in Brooklyn by singing the National Anthem. At least I can say one thing….he was way better than Carl Lewis lol.
What a weird coincidence, two losing teams sharing a hotel.
Boston.com reported that the Chicago Bulls and the Boston Celtics shared the same hotel last weekend after they both got beat in their game 1's of their series.
‘‘This was a quiet, dark hotel last night. The New York-area teams didn’t treat the guests very well,’’ Celtics coach Doc Rivers said Sunday.
The Hump could have ended this marriage a long time ago, but he dragged it out trying to squeeze some money out of Kim Kardashian, when he really didn’t have a leg to stand on.
In the end, The Hump got no cash and bunch of legal fees for his troubles, but he is trying to pass off that the real reason he gave Kimmy the divorce was because he felt bad for her.
According to reports...
If it wasn't for my wife there is no way in he** I would care about this story, but since any and all Kardashian shows are on in our house more than I care to admit I am probably one of the few non-Nets/Kardashian fans that finds this interesting.
The news broke a few days ago that the divorce proceeding from he** was finally over. What was puzzling about it though was...