Tag Archives | Keith Bogans

Looking ahead: The starters

The season is over. And it’s a bummer. To be honest, I still feel kind of numb. This season was a thrill ride that had a sudden, jarring stop at the end. Like a roller coaster that slams into a brick wall. The Bulls lost to the Miami Heat and failed to make the NBA Finals. […]

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Takin’ the Lead: Bulls 98, Wizards 79

How high have the expectations gotten for these Bulls? On a night when the Bulls won by 19 points and took over first place in the Eastern Conference despite missing their second and third-best players — Carlos Boozer (sprained ankle) and Joakim Noah (flu-like symptoms) both sat this one out — there was an overwhelming sense that they should […]

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An advanced look at Keith Bogans

K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune wrote a piece about Keith Bogans that, essentially, absolves Bogans of his poor shooting and lack of scoring. In doing so, Johnson cited Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau, who said: “He’s always found a way either to start or be in the rotation for very good teams. If he’s guarding you, you […]

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The shooting guard quandary

Keith Bogans is Chicago’s starting shooting guard. Bogans is averaging 3.9 PPG while shooting 38.3 percent from the field, 30.1 percent from three-point range and 56.3 percent from the free throw line. His Player Efficiency Rating is 7.7. According to John Hollinger’s reference guide, that puts him somewhere between “Definitely Renting” and “The Next Stop: […]

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Keith Bogans: The Bulls’ newest starter

While reveiwing the Bulls’ preseason stats, I said: “Going into training camp, everybody figured it was a two-man race for the starting shooting guard spot. Those two men being Ronnie Brewer (the presumed starter) and Kyle Korver (the challenger). Only Bogans started all eight games. And although it may only have been because Brewer was […]

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And the 12th roster spot goes to Keith Bogans

According to Sam Smith of Bulls.com: “The Bulls Friday added another perimeter factor to their roster by reaching agreement on a two-year deal withformer Spurs starter Keith Bogans, NBA sources confirmed. The deal is estimated at about $2.5 million, with the second year not fully guaranteed until next summer. Thus, the Bulls still have salary […]

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Bulls still hunting for that elusive “final piece”

The Bulls currently have 11 players on the roster. They’re still searching for player number 12. Sorry, T-Mac. According to ESPNChicago’s Nick Friedell: “The Chicago Bulls have expressed an interest in free agent guard Eddie House, according to House’s agent Mark Bartelstein. The Bulls also have talked to representatives of Keith Bogans and Roger Mason, according […]

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