Celtics vs Bulls


This was a tired Bulls team after their 118 – 115 victory over the 76ers last night in Philly, as every starter played over 31 minutes. A rested player would have been a nice reinforcement for the Bulls but Derrick Rose sat for the 2nd straight game with two sprained ankles. The Celtics also had […]

Bulls 2014-15 Season

Mirotic & Gasol

It’s hard to describe the feelings I have when talking about this upcoming Bulls season. I would compare them to a first date… with a girl you have known for a while but have never had the stones to ask out. You two have flirted off and on for years, but have never given a […]

Bulls Welcome Mirotic and Gasol (Full Audio)


The Chicago Bulls came into this summer’s blockbuster free agency period with one big target on their minds, unfortunately for them, they came away with a “Plan B operation.” While it was disappointing not to land one of the most proficient scorers of the past decade, it may go down as the best alternate plan […]

Bulls Grab McBucket’s in 2014 NBA Draft


In what looked like a match made in Heaven, the Denver Nuggets drafted Doug ” McBuckets” McDermott with the 11th pick in Thursday night’s 2014 NBA Draft. The Nuggets are known for their run and gun style, high scoring, and lackadaisical defense. McDermott is known for his offensive instincts, terrific 3 point shooting, and at […]

Joakim Noah Earns 2013-14 All-NBA First Team Honors


From the Chicago Bulls and news wires…. NEW YORK, June 4, 2014 – The Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant, the 2013-14 Kia NBA Most Valuable Player and winner of four scoring titles in five seasons, highlights the 2013-14 All-NBA First Team.  Durant was the lone unanimous selection, appearing on all 125 ballots as a First-Team […]

NBA New Year’s Resolutions Part 1 (Wants and Needs)

Lebron v paul george

As we say goodbye to 2013 and hello to 2014, it is tradition to begin to think about our goals and aspirations for the New Year. We often formulate a list of resolutions, a plan of attack, for the upcoming year. I decided to team up with my good friend and fellow NBA addict Nolan […]

Bulls Early Warning Signs?

Coach Thibs Yelling

The Chicago Bulls improved their record to 2-3 after Friday’s win against the alarmingly horrific Utah Jazz. Utah presented the perfect opportunity for the Bulls to gain confidence and quiet some of the chatter about their slow start to the season. The reasoning behind Chicago’s poor start has been widely discussed: Derrick Rose is still getting […]

Chicago Bulls Media Day Showcases Return of Derrick Rose


The last time we saw Derrick Rose on a basketball court he was being carried away, squashing all dreams of an NBA Title for the Chicago Bulls and their fans after suffering a torn ACL. Last season, Derrick sat out to continue rehabbing his surgically repaired knee causing a huge stir from media and fans […]

Philly Skewers Chicago 109-92 without Rose in Lineup (with audio)


Joakim Noah put it rather succinctly.  “We got our asses kicked today.” The Philadelphia 76ers took advantage of a third quarter meltdown by the host Chicago Bulls. The ensuing collapse wiped out a 55-47 lead, and which morphed into an 83-69 deficit after three periods. The 109-92 victory enabled the visitors to tie their first […]

Derrick Rose Talks Injuries, Fatherhood


Derrick Rose met with the Chicago media earlier today and talked about his recent injury in light of the spate of injuries he has already sustained this season.  He explains when it occurred and why he stayed in the game last Sunday versus the Knicks.  Rose was asked about whether he would play in the […]

Bulls Beat the Heat without Rose (including audio)


With the help of John Lucas III and his team high 24 points, the Chicago Bulls overcame the absence of Derrick Rose and 71 combined points from Dwyane Waade and LeBron James to defeat the visiting Miami Heat 106-102. Lucas made 9-12 shots, including 3 three-pointers as Chicago held off a late Miami rally, which […]

Chicago Bulls Retrospective: 1995-96 (with audio)


first in a three part series…. The 1995-96 basketball season began with more anticipation than normal.  The season started off with the Houston Rockets celebrating their second straight championship and one of the game’s greatest players would be making his return for a full season.  That player is Michael Jordan.   Jordan had taken an eighteen-month […]

Weekend Sports Report – 12/24/11

with Les Grobstein, Steve Leventhal, and Alison Moran As the NFL season winds down, the Bears have their last important game, a continuation of the best rivalry in pro sports.  We do the regular round table, have a holiday audio treat for Packer Dave, a preview of the Bulls – Lakers X-Mas Day game, and […]

Bulls Waive Bogans

from the SRN wires The Chicago Bulls announced today that the team has waived guard Keith Bogans. Bogans (6-5, 215) started all 82 games for Chicago last season and posted averages of 4.4 ppg, 1.8 rpg, 1.2 apg in 17.8 mpg.  He also shot .404 from the field, .380 from downtown and .656 from the […]