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The night before the Chicago Bulls played the Clippers, they had the night off in Hollywood. Here you see what happens when players get the night off before a game in a major city. Taj Gibson, fresh contract and all, is seen here having a great time with his boys. I don’t blame at The post Video: Chicago Bulls Forward Taj Gibson is WASTED in L.A. appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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The Chicago Bulls had two days off in LA before being beat by 21 points on Saturday bu the LA Clippers. So what do you do with time on your hands in LA? Hit up Hollywood hotspots of course! Bulls forward Taj Gibson was spotted exiting Bloc late Thursday night/early Friday morning, TWISTED and TMZ [...]
Kirk Hinrich has been part of the Chicago Bull's fraternity of injured players. He had strained a glute/groin muscle, and only recently has he made his return. Despite the injury and his poor shooting so far this season, though, Hinrich is not concerned.According to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, Hinrich understands the sample size is far too small to start worrying...
Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson used his 5-foot-9 reverse height advantage as he ducked and dribbled through the legs of leaping Phoenix Suns guard Sebastian Telfair and score a layup during the fourth quarter of Wednesday night's NBA game in the US Airways Center.
The Bulls held off the Suns in overtime 112-106.
Video via. H/T Cosby.
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Shooters come alive for Portland
The Headline: L.A. puts up a double-double, and Portland uses a rain of shots to sink the Rose-less Bulls 102-94.
Chicago Bulls vs. Portland Trail Blazers
When: 9:00 ET, Sunday, November 18, 2012
Where: Rose Garden (Portland)
Officials: Rodney Mott, Pat Fraher, Kevin Cutler
1. Great outside shooting
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