Author Archive | Trenton Jocz

Bulls Finally Fall in ’14

Well kids, that’s why you shouldn’t believe in momentum. As noted in the game preview, Washington was just 2-5 since New Year’s, with their wins coming over two teams in a heap of trouble at the moment, while Chicago was the only team still unbeaten in 2014. Those things were irrelevant in tonight’s 102-88 loss […]

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Bulls vs Wizards Preview

In what qualifies as a showdown in this year’s Eastern Conference, the 17-18 Bulls, holders of the 5 seed and, along with Denver, the league’s best winning streak having won five in a row, host the 16-19 Wizards, currently the 6 seed. The defense-centric Bulls (second in defensive rating, second to last in offensive rating) […]

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Preview: Bulls Host Hawks

If two Eastern Conference teams not named Miami or Indiana play while an NFL playoff game is on, does it make a sound? Either way, tonight the Bulls play host to the Atlanta Hawks, who after another pectoral injury to Al Horford are now forced to face a second recent season without their best player, […]

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Bulls Blown Out By Mavs 105-83

  The Bulls can’t even get blown out right. Regardless of if you saw tonight’s game or not, there’s only one fact you need to know about Chicago’s 105-83 loss at home to the Mavericks: Accounting for a 1:14 “breather” in the first half and the last minute-plus where Tom Thibodeau actually waved the white […]

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Recap: Bulls Blown Out In Houston

I’m not gonna give a whole drawn-out dramatic telling of tonight’s narrative. If you missed the game, here’s how it went: Bulls briefly led to start, then Houston claimed the lead on a flurry from James Harden, who looked just fine on his bad ankle, and the Rockets stretched their lead bit by bit into […]

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Bulls vs Rockets: The Beat Goes On

Both squads in tonight’s game are big market teams battling injuries and deflecting rampant trade rumors, yet their respective trajectories could not be more opposite. The Rockets are 16-9, and look poised to add a couple rotation players via trade, while Chicago is essentially dead in the water, and possibly content with treading it for […]

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Total Recall: The Playoffs Begin

The 1980 playoffs start this in this week’s installment, but they begin with more of a whimper than a bang. After getting a bye through to the second round, the Lakers begin their march to the title against All-Stars Paul Westphal, Walter Davis and the Phoenix Suns in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semi-Finals, […]

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Knicks 83, Bulls 78: The Hero We Need

There is but one person in the Bulls organization who understands where this team needs to go, who fully grasps the potential of this era of Chicago Bulls basketball, who is willing to do what it takes to deliver a championship. It’s not owner Jerry Reinsdorf, as he’s probably been lounging by the pool at […]

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