On Derrick Rose’s Roster Concerns

Every so often the proverbial title window will open ever so slightly, propelling a team to make a run for the championship. For the Chicago Bulls, we saw this opening occur during the 2010 free agency period when the Bulls managed to bring many great pieces together. Unfortunately title windows are extremely fragile and the […]

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By the Horns Weekly Mailbag- 12/20/2013

Welcome back to the Bulls by the Horns weekly mailbag where we will answer some of your reader submitted questions about the Chicago Bulls and the NBA every Friday. If you’d like to submit your question to us please shoot us a message via our contact form or shoot a tweet to @AvikarSaini. Without further ado, let’s get to […]

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Game 25 Recap: Thunder 107, Bulls 95

Another game, another double-digit loss for the Bulls. This one, though, was at least kind of, sort of entertaining in spurts. In the end, the Bulls, again, showed that they simply don’t have enough talent to win. They were without Luol Deng who sat with his sore Achilles tendon and Kirk Hinrich who sat with […]

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Game #25 Preview: Bulls at Thunder

Tonight, the Bulls, undoubtedly one the league’s worst teams since Derrick Rose’s meniscus injury, travel to Oklahoma City to take on the Thunder, the league’s current best team at 20-4. The Bulls continued their struggles last night, getting blitzed by the Rockets by 15 in Houston. The Thunder come in to tonight’s game off of […]

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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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