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Chicago Bulls point guard, Nate Robinson, released Season 2, Episode 3 of his mini-series,”State Of Nate”, Thursday. “Windy City Debut” gives a behind-the-scenes look at Nate’s life as a Bull and is the first episode that was filmed in Chicago. Check it out:
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The 2011-2012 season was one of highs and lows for one of the league’s most explosive and fun-to-watch players, Derrick Rose. Rose was coming off of a stellar MVP season, and looked to build on that and push the Bulls deep into the playoffs. The Bulls extended his contract for another five years and $94.8 million in December of 2011, rightfully so. Rose averaged 21.8 points and...
Chicago Bulls point guard, Nate Robinson, released season 2, episode 3 of his mini-series,”State Of Nate”, Thursday. “Windy City Debut” gives a behind-the-scenes look at Nate’s life as a Bull. [...]
Stephy C has been one of our favorite sexy superfans for a while now. She’s been featured in Playboy and is not shy about her allegiances to Chicago sports. The above photo recently caught our eye and felt it was a good time to highlight one of the best Instagram accounts out there.
The photo came with the following caption:
I don’t have any Bulls gear so I had to improvise...
The Chicago Bulls and Toronto Raptors have engaged in trade discussions for a deal involving Carlos Boozer for Andrea Bargnani.
ESPN's Marc Stein broke the story, and he noted that other players with smaller contracts would have to be added to the deal to make it work. Standing in the way of a potential deal -- whether Toronto could afford to have Boozer and Gay on the team.
Carlos Boozer has long been mentioned as an amnesty candidate for the Bulls, but he has had a highly productive season.
While the Raptors have been very active in the open trade market, The Bulls have stayed extremely quiet. A new reports suggests the Raptors and Bulls have talked about a possible trade centered around Carlos Boozer and Andrea Bargnani.
According to ESPN:
The Chicago Bulls and Toronto Raptors have engaged in exploratory trade discussions on a deal that would swap the Bulls’ Carlos...
The world-famous statue of Michael Jordan that stands outside United Center is a Chicago landmark and tourists and MJ fanatics from all over the world can be seen posing in front of it every day. The majestic sculpture, officially called The Spirit, was installed at its present location on Oct. 31 and officially unveiled a day later on Nov. 1, 1994, in front of adoring Chicago Bulls...
Bulls center Joakim Noah is expected to return Thursday against the Denver Nuggets.
Noah hasn't played since January 30, missing three games with plantar fasciitis. He's averaging 38.6 minutes a game on the season. I'm a bit worried that Noah is a) coming back too soon and b) going to get run into the ground by Tom Thibodeau. Hopefully, Noah is healthy enough to return...
Yesterday I joined Justin Hull on the Home Stretch to chat about the NBA. We talked about how Derrick Rose's return will impact the Chicago Bulls, why Paul George is responsible for Indiana's big turnaround, why Philly will leapfrog Boston in the standings and we even squeezed in some talk about Beyonce's performance during halftime of the Super Bowl.
The Chicago Bulls' six-game road trip hasn't gone as well as they'd hoped, and ending it on a positive note won't come easy against a Utah Jazz team playing extremely well at home.
Utah seeks an 11th victory in its last 12 tries at EnergySolutions Arena while trying to send Chicago to a season worst-tying third straight defeat Friday night.
The Jazz (28-22) haven...
The Chicago Bulls and Toronto Raptors have engaged in exploratory trade discussions on a potential deal centered around Carlos Boozer and Andrea Bargnani.