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Clippers-Bulls Preview

Los Angeles Clippers Status Check: Record: 14-6 Division: 3-1 Conference: 10-3 Road Record: 4-3 Last 10 Games: 6-4 Streak: Won 6 Last game: 102-78 win over Toronto PPG: 102.3 (6th) Opponents PPG: 94.5 (7th) Offensive Rating: 110.5 (4th) Defensive Rating: 102.1 (7th) Pace: 92.1 (15th) Effective Field Goal Percentage: .523 (4th) Turnover Percentage: .140 (14th) […]

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Bulls-Clippers Preview

Chicago let an 18-point lead slip away against the Suns. They let Phoenix score 31 in the 4th quarter to send the game into overtime. Ultimately the Bulls righted the ship in the extra period, and came out of it winners, but it wasn’t pretty. They almost blew a game in which they had a […]

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More shooting guard search updates…

Mike McGraw of the Daily Herald wants to quash the Jamal Crawford-for-Ronnie Brewer trade rumor: “On rumored Jamal sign and trade, probably wishful thinking from Hawks/Jamal camp. Crawford is a Bulls candidate, but not trading Brewer for him.” The Bulls only have their $5 million mid-level exception to use…and it’s unlikely Crawford would sign for only $5 million a […]

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The ongoing saga of the shooting guard search

K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune writes: After meeting with Caron Butler on Monday and coach Tom Thibodeau personally calling Jason Richardson, Jamal Crawford and others, the Bulls currently have no more free-agent visits scheduled. The strategy appears to be to let the market come to them as they try to upgrade at shooting guard, […]

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Apocalypse in Atlanta: Hawks 118, Bulls 83

You know the story: the Bulls couldn’t buy a shot (36.4 percent), couldn’t hold onto the ball (19 turnovers), couldn’t defend (50 percent shooting for the Hawks), couldn’t protect the paint (where they were outscored 46-34), couldn’t finish in transition (only 6 fast break points compared to 22 for Atlanta), couldn’t even begin to cool down a hot hand (former Bull […]

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