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2013-2014 Year in Review: Nazr Mohammed

Player: Nazr Mohammed Per game stats: 80 games played, 7 minutes, 1.6 points on 42.9% shooting, 2.2 rebounds, .3 assists, .5 turnovers, .2 steals, .4 blocks. The Good: Nazr was still able to set pretty good screens and play physical post defense. He also managed to play 80 games, remaining healthy and also hitting the […]

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2012-2013 Player Capsule- Everyone Else

The Chicago Bulls 2012-2013 campaign has officially come to a close. Now that we are weeks removed from the end of the season and have had time to be reflective, it’s time to take a look back at the performances of the members of this Bulls squad and brief look ahead at the future. The […]

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News and notes heading into Game 4

The Bulls haven’t been thrilled by the officiating so far in their second-round playoff match-up with the Miami  Heat. After losing the fiercely contested Game 3, Chicago coach Tom Thibodeau spoke out about it. Said Thibs: “When you play this team you have to have a lot of mental, physical and emotional toughness. Things aren’t […]

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Quick Reaction: Heat 104, Bulls 94

MVP (Most Valuable Player): In a game where LeBron James (6-17 field goals) didn’t shoot great and Dwyane Wade (ten points) disappeared for stretches, Chris Bosh picked up the slack. He had an enormous double-double with 20 points, 19 rebounds and added two blocks and four assists for good measure. LVP (Least Valuable Player): Carlos […]

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Quick Reaction: Bulls 95, Wizards 92

The Bulls will open the playoffs on Saturday against the Nets. Chicago is 3-1 this season against Brooklyn, including 1-1 at the Barclays Center. MVP (Most Valuable Player): This one goes to Nazr Mohammed, because why not? He scored a season-high 17 points (7-12 FG), grabbed seven rebounds and threw down a solid dunk. He […]

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Goodbye Omer, hello new guys

K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune writes: The Bulls on Tuesday officially will announce they have declined to match Omer Asik’s three-year, $25.1 million offer sheet from the Rockets, sources said, paving the way for multiple signings that began Monday with Kirk Hinrich. This isn’t too surprising. The structure of Asik’s offer — which included […]

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