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When the will begins to crack

The word that best describes the 2012-13 Chicago Bulls is resilient. If you follow this team, you know what they’ve endured. The season-long absence (and continued distraction) of Derrick Rose. The dismemberment of the Bench Mob. Injuries (and re-injuries) to key players. Long minutes. Little rest. Everything short of hordes of locusts and meteor storms. […]

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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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