Former Bull Got Blown Off by Knicks’ Owner James Dolan

Charles Oakley was a tenacious enforcer for the Bulls during his early years in the ’80s and played a decade for the New York Knicks after being traded for Bill Cartwright in 1988. Well, just because Oakley played 10 seasons for the Knicks and helped lead them to the 1994 NBA finals doesn’t mean the current Knicks owner has to acknowledge his existence apparently. For those...
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February 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Crazy Stats From Chicago Bulls Season Openers

In celebrating the 30th anniversary of Michael Jordan’s NBA debut and the Chicago Bulls season opener, we present fifteen crazy stats from the past 30 years. If you’re looking to win some free drinks at a bar or want to seem like the Bulls biggest fan, these stats might just do the trick. *Note – All of the information and stats are from Michael Jordan’s debut through last...
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October 29, 2014  |  Discuss

What Is It With Chicago Sports And the “4” Years?

Sports success is one of the things that drives Chicago as a city.  Unfortunately, there is something about years that end with “4” that seem to bring misery for fans. 2014 Chicago Sky swept in WNBA Finals Chicago Blackhawks beaten in Western Conference Finals Chicago Bulls ousted by Washington in first round of NBA playoffs Chicago Cubs and White Sox fail to reach the playoffs...
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September 13, 2014  |  Discuss

No, the Bulls Would NOT Have Won 8 Straight Titles Had Jordan Not Retired

Would the Chicago Bulls have won 8 straight titlesif Michael Jordan didn't retire?  Would they evenhad won a total of six?It has been 20 years since 1994 and ESPN and other parts of the media has been looking back at the NBA Finals that year.  ESPN has dubbed them the "Forgotten Finals" and for good reason, even though the series went the full seven games with the Rockets beating...
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June 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Jamal Crawford has no problem naming all 17 of the NBA coaches he’s played for

Jamal Crawford was asked at halftime of the Clippers- Thunders game on Sunday, to name all the coaches he has played for in the NBA. At first Crawford hesitated but then impressively rattled off all 17 of these names: Tim Floyd, Bill Cartwright, Bill Berry, Pete Myers, Scott Skiles, Lenny Wilkins, Herb Williams, Larry Brown, Isiah Thomas, Mike D’Antoni, Don Nelson, Mike Woodson...
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February 24, 2014  |  Discuss
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