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Bulls at Hawks Preview

Tonight marks the first meeting between the Bulls and Hawks since Jimmy Butler hit a game-winning three in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, leading Stacey King to call him “Jimmy Jordan.” The Bulls advanced to the Finals and… oh, whoops, that was just a preseason game. Funny thing is, at this point in […]

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Shooting the Bull, a Chicago Bulls podcast: Episode IV

Shooting the Bull is back! Apologies for the three-week hiatus, but we have a new podcast for you. It’s shorter than usual, because we’ve determined that 90 minute podcasts are a touch impractical, but we think you’ll still enjoy it. This episode features Robby Kalland of Hawks.com and Hardwood Paroxysm. We discussed the race for […]

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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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Game Recap: Bulls 97, Hawks 58

It’s safe to say the Bulls have had an up and down season. They have the one of the best road records in the league (10-5) but are barely above .500 at home (11-10). They’ve earned impressive wins over the Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets and Miami Heat (on the road). They’re also 3-0 versus the […]

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Round 2 Game 6: Bulls 93, Hawks 73

In the NBA playoffs, thanks to the best-of-seven series, the better basketball team usually wins. That’s what happened last night. While it’s certainly true the Bulls haven’t always played up to their potential this postseason, they did it on the road in Game 6, blowing out the Hawks in their own arena. There were some crazy […]

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Round 2 Game 6: Preview and Open Thread

Game Five Stats: Chicago: Derrick Rose: 33 points (11-24), 9 assists Atlanta: Jeff Teague: 21 points (8-11), 7 assists Overview: Closing. That’s what Chicago did in the fourth quarter of game five. That is what they can do tonight—close out Atlanta and reach the Eastern Conference Finals. Chicago started and finished strong in game five, […]

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