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Joakim Noah Wins Defensive Player of the Year

  After several weeks of award speculation and several hours of Chicago based writers tweeting out about their sources, it’s official- Joakim Noah is the 2013-2014 NBA Defensive Player of the Year. This is Noah’s first major individual award and one that caps what has been a spectacular season for the 29 year old center. […]

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The Two Towers

The following is a guest post submitted by Josh Planos, a writer at Fansided, SportsWunderkin, and the Pick and Roll. You can follow Josh at @JPlanos Among the most prevalent names circling the league before the annual award allocation are Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson. The linchpins of the Chicago Bulls’ defense have, in many […]

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The Jimmy Butler Dilemma

Before we go any further, I feel that I should make sure you all know how much I love Jimmy Butler. My love for Jimmy rivals even my love for Derrick Rose, which is saying something. So if you’re expecting me to excoriate Jimmy for his failings, you’re in the wrong place. That said, I […]

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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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Rockets at Bulls preview

The once-hot Bulls are now on a bit of a skid, having lost three of their last five games. With a stiff challenge against the Rockets on the docket, Chicago will be hard pressed to keep up its impressive trend of winning after losses. The Bulls have staved off losing back-to-back games 11 of the […]

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