Game Recap #2: Cavs 114, Bulls 108.

In what was a WILDLY entertaining contest, the Bulls ultimately fell to the Cavs in their 2014-15 home opener on Friday night. Things started off innocently enough, with LeBron and Derrick Rose both looking better than they had in their debuts. Going into halftime, it was a close, if sloppy game, despite Rose rolling his […]

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By the Horns Weekly Mailbag #1

Every Friday, Kelly Scaletta sits down to take a look at your reader submitted questions about the Chicago Bulls. To submit your questions to his mailbag by Thursday evenings shoot us a message via our contact form at the top right or click here. You think we should shutdown Noah for a while since this story […]

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Pay the Man? The Many Factors of Jimmy Butler’s Contract Negotiations

This post has been in the oven for months. I’d perused every recent extension, both in terms of what players of Jimmy Butler’s ilk receive, and how likely it is that he would reach an extension by the Halloween deadline at all. There was also plenty to think about in terms of roster construction. What […]

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2014-2015 BbtH Updates

Happy opening day everyone! After a brief hiatus in the midst of the incredibly boring and uneventful part of the offseason, we at Bulls by the Horns are back and ready to go for the regular season. With the new season comes some new and exciting changes we would like to announce. 1. We will be […]

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How Much Money Have the Bulls Saved, Really?

One of the heaviest and longest-lasting criticisms leveled at the Bulls’ front office in recent years is their insistence on scrimping and saving wherever possible to avoid going into the luxury tax despite ostensibly trying to compete for a title. For every role player lost, team doctrine has dictated that the team was saving money […]

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