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Trainer Fred Tedeschi No Longer With the Bulls

According to KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Bulls’s head athletic trainer, Fred Tedeschi has left the Chicago Bulls to become the head trainer at Oregon State University. Presumably his decision is to remain close to his daughter who is going to be attending OSU in the fall. Athletic trainer Fred Tedeschi, hired […]

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Chicago Bulls Free Agency Primer

The NBA free agency window opened up at 12:00 AM this morning which means we are in the midst of the most exciting two weeks of the offseason. The Chicago Bulls are widely expected to make a splash in some form or the other this offseason as they try to get the final piece to […]

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2013-2014 Year in Review: The Front Office

The Transactions: -Cut ties with assistant coach Ron Adams -Hired Jen Swanson as Director of Sports Performance -Drafted Tony Snell and Erik Murphy -Signed Mike Dunleavy (mini mid-level exception for 2 years) -Used stretch provision on Rip Hamilton, which spread the $1 million buyout for the final year of his contract over three years -Signed […]

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2013-14 Year in Review: Tom Thibodeau

Tim Thibodeau’s 2014 coaching season can be summed up in five words uttered by Ivan Drago in Rocky IV: “If he dies, he dies.” Thibodeau’s constant push for more effort, more intensity and more wins from his roster finally reached a kind of breaking point with many fans, though his players never wavered in public. […]

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2013-2014 Year in Review: Carlos Boozer

Player: Carlos “Puts the Boos in”  Boozer Per Game Stats: 28.2 minutes, 13.7 points on .456 shooting, 8.3 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 2.0 turnovers, .7 steals and .3 blocks. The Good: Uhm…… Well, my mom taught me there’s always something nice to say so… the Bulls secured 77.3 percent of defensive rebounds while Boozer was on […]

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2013-2014 Year in Review: Taj Gibson

Player: Taj Gibson Per Game Stats: 82 games played, 28.7 minutes, 13.9 points on .479 shooting, 6.8 rebounds, 1.1 assists, 1.8 turnovers, .5 steals and 1.4 blocks. The Good: After Joakim Noah, the brightest part of the Chicago Bulls’ season was the breakout offensively by Taj Gibson. Any questions as to whether Gibson could score […]

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2013-2014 Player Review: Derrick Rose

Player: Derrick Rose Per game stats: Irrelevant- a small 10 game sample size during which Rose was rusty is not worth bringing up The Good: It’s hard to find any good in a season that was as short as Derrick Rose’s was, but the major (and only) positive is that was regaining some semblance of his […]

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