Bulls try to maintain intensity against Heat

CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bulls have proved they can beat the NBA's elite. But they haven't been nearly as impressive against the league's also-rans. The Bulls are a week removed from toppling the defending NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers and are coming off handing the San Antonio Spurs their first road loss of the year. But the Bulls, who have already lost to one last-place team...
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12 hours ago

In The Loop: Nazr Mohammed talks Bulls, more

Nazr Mohammed joins In The Loop talks about the Bulls-Spurs matchup, Charles Barkley's fashion sense, and the Cavs' water bottle challenge.
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15 hours ago

Same-sex couple gets engaged on court at Bulls-Spurs game

In perhaps for the first time ever at a major American professional sporting event, a same-sex couple got engaged during Thursday’s game between the Chicago Bulls and San Antonio Spurs at the United Center. EXCUSE MEthere was just an adorable gay proposal at the Spurs Bulls game??? pic.twitter.com/fWsr3MdomG — Janie (@janie) December 9, 2016 Sean Highkin, who reports on...
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Chicago Bulls vs. San Antonio Spurs Takeaways: Cristiano Felicio is Here

The Chicago Bulls decided to be good again on Thursday night. Apparently, prime time home court suits Chicago, who dealt the San Antonio Spurs their first road loss of the season in typical Bulls fashion, starting strong and hanging on. The first thing worth mentioning is the Spurs largest lead of the night: Zero. There […] Chicago Bulls vs. San Antonio Spurs Takeaways: Cristiano...
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Chicago Bulls vs. San Antonio Spurs: Instant Analysis from Bulls’ Win over Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs were unbeaten on the road entering Thursday’s game with the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls had won 15 in a row during TNT Thursday doubleheaders. Which streak prevailed? The Chicago Bulls put their vaunted 15-game winning streak (during games played in scheduled TNT doubleheaders) on the line against the 13-0 road record […] Chicago Bulls vs. San Antonio Spurs...
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Bulls recall McDermott from D-League's Windy City Bulls

CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago Bulls recalled forward Doug McDermott from the NBA Development League's Windy City Bulls on Wednesday, clearing the way for him to return from a concussion. McDermott hasn't played since Nov. 11. He is averaging 10.6 points and shooting 51.4 percent - 36.4 percent on 3-pointers - in nine games. Chicago also recalled guard R.J. Hunter and forward Paul...
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Bulls assign Hunter, Zipser to D-League's Windy City Bulls

CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago Bulls have assigned guard R.J. Hunter and forward Paul Zipser to the NBA Development League's Windy City Bulls. Hunter, a former first-round draft pick of the Boston Celtics, has played a total of nine minutes over three games and has not scored. Zipser, a second-round pick by Chicago last summer, has played in six games. The Bulls (11-10) have dropped...
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A Point-Counterpoint Discussion on the Chicago Bulls

Pippen Ain’t Easy offers Chicago Bulls fans a chance to chew on some ideas about their favorite team as well as discuss different possibilities for the Bulls moving forward. In our point-counterpoint discussion, we’ll discuss a handful of different topics around the Chicago Bulls franchise. We are a fan site, so we want to try to discuss […] A Point-Counterpoint Discussion...
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4 days ago

Chicago Bulls suspend guard Rajon Rondo 1 game

CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago Bulls suspended Rajon Rondo for Monday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers for conduct detrimental to the team, adding another disciplinary measure to the point guard's lengthy resume. The 30-year-old Rondo has been suspended several times during his 11 NBA seasons for running afoul of the league or his team. He received a one-game penalty last December...
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Jimmy Butler defends Rajon Rondo in wake of suspension

The Chicago Bulls suspended point guard Rajon Rondo after he got into an argument with a coach on the sidelines recently. Now, star Jimmy Butler has weighed in on the matter. First, the suspension. The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski shared the report: Rajon Rondo -- suspended for tonight's game -- had a "heated exchange" with a Bulls assistant in Mavericks loss, sources tell...
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Report: Rondo suspended for 'heated exchange' with coach

Rajon Rondo will sit out Monday’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers after he was suspended for conduct detrimental to the team. The Chicago Bulls did not immediately offer any further specifics as to what Rondo did to receive the one-game suspension. The Bulls say guard Rajon Rondo has been suspended by the Bulls for one game, tonight versus Portland, for conduct detrimental...
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LOOK: LeBron James wears Cubs uniform after losing bet with Dwyane Wade

Dwyane Wade and LeBron James had previously made a bet on the outcome of the World Series, and the Cavaliers star made good on it before Friday night’s Cavaliers-Bulls matchup. Obviously, each player picked their hometown team, so James was on the Indians, and Wade had the Cubs. With that said, it appeared that the bet had to do with donning the opposing team’s uniform, judging...
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Jimmy Butler did not take kindly to double team question

Jimmy Butler is no fan of double teams — both on the court and in questions from the media. Butler’s Chicago Bulls lost at home to the Lakers on Wednesday 96-90. The Bulls forward struggled through his worst shooting night of the season, as he was 4 of 18 (.222 percent) while battling double teams. He didn’t react favorably when asked after the game about the double teams...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

We Underestimated Dwyane Wade And The Chicago Bulls' Offense

In July, the Dwyane Wade-era Chicago Bulls seemed too good to be true. They had plenty of star power, but Wade, Jimmy Butler and Rajon Rondo figured to be an odd fit. None of those players had shot a lot of threes in their careers, a worrisome factor considering the direction the league was headed.     Chicago put those concerns to rest in the blink of an eye, led by Wade’s new...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Takeaways from the Chicago Bulls’ road trip

The Chicago Bulls have just ended their six-game road stint with an easy 105-89 win over the young Philadelphia 76ers. During this six-game trip from the United Center, the Bulls have gone 4-2, beating some respectable teams in the league. The trip has also shed light on who the Bulls are and where they stand as contenders and has provided plenty of takeaways for the team. FIRST...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

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