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Bulls Fend Off Orlando, 98-90

In a game between two shorthanded teams, Chicago did what they’ve done so often in the past few years and took care of business. A November win at home against a lottery team won’t make anybody anoint the Bulls any more than they had before, but tonight was a solid showcase for the new additions […]

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Magic at Bulls Preview

For as sick as Bulls fans are of the two questions that permeate every discussion of the franchise (1. Can Derrick Rose stay healthy? 2. Where will the ancillary playmaking come from even if he does?), Magic fans must be tired around the same talking points around their team as well. Since Dwight Howard got […]

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Bulls vs Magic Preview

If the prior two meetings between these teams are any indication, expect a close game tonight. They probably aren’t any indication, as Orlando’s tanking and the Bulls will likely be mad after the way they played yesterday, but either way, the first time they played back in December, Luol Deng missed a potential game-tying layup in […]

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The Bulls finally beat a bad team

To be honest, it’s somewhat difficult to concentrate on basketball matters after yesterday’s tragic bombings at the Boston Marathon. The immense national sadness was felt everywhere, including the Bulls’ locker room. Said Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau: “It’s just terrible. Our hearts go out to the victims, their families, the first responders, everybody there. It’s just terrible. […]

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Game Recap: Bulls 99, Magic 93

The Orlando Magic entered last night’s game a surprising 2-0. Possibly even more surprising was their post-Dwight Howard offensive uptick. In those two wins, the Magic scored 102 points against the Denver Nuggets and then 115 points against the Phoenix Suns. The Bulls — who also had enjoyed a quick 2-0 start — were coming […]

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60 Wins: Bulls 102, Magic 99

To continue what has become a common refrain this season, the Bulls had yet another “first time since the Michael Jordan era” moment yesterday when they reached the always-special 60-win plateau. In fact, the only other times the Bulls have ever won at least 60 games was in the MJ era. Jordan’s teams did it in […]

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