Archive | November, 2012

Game Recap: Blazers 102, Bulls 94

Last night’s loss in Portland was the Bulls’ second in a row — something that has been nearly unheard of under coach Tom Thibodeau — and it dropped the team to a very humble 5-5 on the year. There are disturbing signs. And it’s not just because Derrick Rose is still out. The Incredible Shrinking […]

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Bulls-Trail Blazers Preview

The Bulls got dominated last night. There isn’t really any other way to put it. Los Angeles shot 49.3 percent from the field while the Bulls shot 33.7 percent. The Clippers had 26 fast break points to the Bulls 10. We are all too old to go through everything the Bulls got beaten in. Pick […]

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Bulls-Clippers Preview

Chicago let an 18-point lead slip away against the Suns. They let Phoenix score 31 in the 4th quarter to send the game into overtime. Ultimately the Bulls righted the ship in the extra period, and came out of it winners, but it wasn’t pretty. They almost blew a game in which they had a […]

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Game Recap: Bulls 112, Suns 106 (OT)

The NBA has certain axioms that have stood the test of time. One of these is that any road win is a good win. Another is that it is important — possibly even crucial — to open an extended road swing with a victory. Well, the Bulls started their annual circus road trip with an […]

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Bulls-Suns Preview

Teague, Butler, Deng, Taj, Noah. That’s who finished the game for the Bulls. If it weren’t for some missed foul shots and untimely turnovers, the Bulls could’ve pulled this game out over the Celtics. Although the lineup didn’t work, it was nice to see some of these guys getting minutes, and important minutes at that. […]

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Game Recap: Celtics 101, Bulls 95

The good news: According to ESPNChicago’s Nick Friedell, Derrick Rose has taken the next step in rehabbing his surgically repaired left knee, and he is now cutting again. The bad news: Chicago’s defense was terrible last night. The Bulls held the Celtics to 19 points on 35 percent shooting in the fourth quarter — which […]

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Celtics-Bulls Preview

Something that has been true ever since Tom Thibodeau took over remains true this season, even throughout the injuries and personnel changes: the Bulls are rarely going to lose two games in a row. After getting outscored 31-19 in the fourth quarter and falling to the Thunder, the Bulls once again bounced back. They turned […]

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Timberwolves-Bulls Preview

The Bulls were leading after three quarters against the Thunder, but they let the lead slip away. Kevin Durant took over for Oklahoma City and closed out the game. The Bulls had no one to answer Durant in crunch time. This isn’t a surprise with Derrick Rose on the bench. Luol Deng did his best […]

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Game Recap: Thunder 97, Bulls 91

Following last night’s home loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, ESPNChicago’s Nick Friedell wrote that the Bulls miss Derrick Rose’s finishing touch. It’s a reasonable conclusion to come to, especially after watching Kevin Durant (24 points, 11-for-19, 4 rebounds) rip off 8 critical points in the final 3:16, a scoring spree that included two exceptionally […]

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Thunder-Bulls Preview

Although a lot has changed since last season, one thing seems to have remained the same: the Bulls don’t like to lose twice in a row. After falling to the Hornets in an ugly defeat, Chicago bounced back and took care of the Magic. Orlando was previously undefeated, and had scored 115 and 102 points […]

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