Welcome back, Captain Kirk

Allow me to present the Kirk Hinrich Timeline: June 26, 2003: The Bulls select Kirk Hinrich with the seventh overall pick in the NBA Draft. July 16, 2003: Hinrich signs a four-year rookie deal with the Bulls that includes a team option for the 2006-07 season. October 24, 2005: The Bulls exercise their option on […]

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Brandon Roy is off the board

The Bulls reached out to Brandon Roy… …and Roy has reached a verbal agreement with the Minnesota Timberwolves to sign a two-year contract worth $10.4 million. It’s not too surprising. The Bulls didn’t have that kind of money to offer Roy. So another free agent is off the board. The options are dwindling. While C.J. […]

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No Olympics for Noah

Joakim Noah sprained his left ankle during Game 3 of the Bulls’ first round playoff series against the Philadelphia 76ers.┬áThat injury was devastating for the Bulls. Apparently, it will be devastating for Team France as well. Jo won’t be able to play for his home country in this summer’s Olympic games because the ankle is […]

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Meet your newest Bull: Marquis Teague

There was some pre-draft talk about the Bulls trading Luol Deng to acquire a higher selection. Didn’t happen. The Bulls didn’t pull off any blockbuster trades or mega-deals. Neither Dwight Howard nor Pau Gasol nor any other big names will be walking through the Berto Center doors any time soon. The Bulls are what they […]

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Pau Gasol and the Bulls

Sam Smith of Bulls.com┬árecently discussed the possibility of the Bulls acquiring Pau Gasol. And here’s the attention-grabber: “The interesting part, according to Lakers’ insiders, is Gasol would like to play for the Bulls.” So with Gasol most likely out as a Laker and wanting to play in Chicago… …what do the Bulls do? As Smith […]

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Game Recap 6: Sixers 79, Bulls 78

Empty. That’s how I feel today. As empty as the United Center will be during the remainder of the 2012 NBA Playoffs. That’s how Bulls fans everywhere feel after last night’s gut-wrenching loss the Philadelphia 76ers. Empty like championship promise unfulfilled. That’s how the Bulls must feel right now. History was amended last night. The […]

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Bulls-Sixers Game Six Preview

Sixers lead series 3-2 Bulls won Game Five 77-69 Top Performers: Bulls:Luol Deng (24 points, 8 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocks) and Carlos Boozer (19 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists) Sixers: Spencer Hawes (11 points, 14 rebounds, 2 blocks) and Jrue Holiday (16 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists) Overview: The Bulls survived elimination […]

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Game 5 Summary: Bulls 77, Sixers 69

Cue the Bee Gees. The Bulls played with real “win or go home” desperation last night. It was ugly…but it kept them alive and in the playoffs for at least one more game. Credit the defense for holding the Sixers to 69 points on 25-for-78 from the field (32.1 percent) and 2-for-11 on threes (18.2 […]

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