Tag Archives | Jerry Reinsdorf

Bulls Zone 62- What rift? (Podcast)

Two main topics of the week for the Bulls, and they both have one thing in common. Derrick Rose. Will and Jason discuss the hot topic of the Chicago Sun-Times article and give our take on the situation at its entirety. Also, Rose has his debut on the basketball court for 2014 and fared pretty […]

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Jerry and Michael Reinsdorf Issue a Statement Regarding Donald Sterling’s Punishment

The past weekend has been a nightmare for the NBA, arguably the most progressive professional leagues in the United States. Late Friday night TMZ published audio in which Donald Sterling and his (presumably now ex-) girlfriend were in an argument. On the recording Sterling can be heard making racist comments about minorities such as how […]

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Expectations Rise: Bulls 101, Bobcats 84

Michael Jordan thinks Derrick Rose is the “MVP of the season.” Bulls chairman Jerry Reinsdorf believes that, as long as they stay healthy, these Bulls could win “at least four championships.” Members of the Celtics got to spend time with Barack Obama on Tuesday night before a fundraiser at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and the President wanted […]

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Jerry Reinsdorf answers questions

Brian Hanley of the Chicago Sun-Times had an interesting and rather revealing little Q&A with Bulls Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf. (And the interview continues here.) I highly suggest reading the whole thing, but here are a few quick hits: Ben Gordon no longer fit in with the Bulls:“Now, fast forward to the end of [last season], we have [John] Salmons […]

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Fresh ink: February 2, 2009

K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune: “The silly speculation about Del Negro getting fired this season, possibly by the beginning of the All-Star break Feb. 13, overlooks three crucial factors: •He’s in the first season of a three-year deal, and Reinsdorf already is paying Scott Skiles not to work for him. •Reinsdorf played a role […]

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