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Tribune staff reporterIf you like drama—or possibly consuming antacids— the Bulls are your team. Shrugging off a demoralizing overtime loss Tuesday in Charlotte, the Bulls somehow pulled out a 115-109 overtime victory over the Clippers on Wednesday night at the...
Tags: Health, Zach Randolph, Marcus Camby, Chicago Bulls, Drug Use
Tribune staff reporterWhether they sweat out victories like Tuesday night's or coast to those of the blowout variety, the Celtics' mission is history. And they don't mean any meager stuff like sweeping their first season series from the Bulls since 1986-87 (Boston's last trip...
Tribune pro basketball reporterIs that it! Is that all you have! "We beat them three times [out of four] this year, and in the [loss] we were up 16 in the third quarter," Bulls coach Scott Skiles said Wednesday night after the Bulls pummeled the Detroit Pistons 106-88 at the Palace of...
Tribune staff reporterJim Boylan's Friday started at 6 a.m. with his Labrador retriever staring him in the face, demanding a walk, and piles of garbage and recycling to take to the curb. It ended, near 10 p.m., with him strolling down a United Center hallway, a 103-99 Bulls...
Tribune staff reporterIf you're just crawling out from the rock under which you hid when, say, Scott Skiles got fired or Ben Wallace got traded or another loss followed another off-the-court transgression, here's all you need to know about the Bulls' 42nd season: On a night...
Tags: Johnny Kerr, Ben Wallace, Chris Duhon, Management Change, Death
Tribune staff reporterGiven two chances in the final 6.5 seconds to defeat the Bulls on Thursday night at the United Center, the Miami Heat knew precisely what it was doing the second time around. Watching what the Bulls did not do defensively on Miami's previous inbounds...
Tribune reporterIt's a good thing Philadelphia's Spectrum is being torn down this fall. After the Bulls lost a taut game in the closing seconds there March 13, Vinny Del Negro almost unhinged a coach's office door with a vicious slam, his frustration palpable as his...
Tribune pro basketball reporterAnd then they were 9-17. And so went the continuation of this discouraging Bulls season here Wednesday night in a 94-79 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. Been there. Seen that. Somehow, interim coach Pete Myers was unable to get the Bulls shots to go...
BOSTON — Derrick Rose even treats making history casually, shrugging off any superlatives that aren't associated with the final score. Minutes after he tied Lew Alcindor's 39-year-old NBA playoff record with 36 points in a rookie playoff debut, all...
Tags: Kevin Garnett, Boston Bruins, Marathon, Chicago Bulls, Ray Allen
Tribune staff reporterTheir dismal start has forced the Bulls to talk about focus more than a camera salesman. They have discussed the need for more floor burns enough to make their vocal cords ache. All the hustle qualities that have created the Bulls' reputation around the...
Tribune reporterLarry Hughes didn't need the Bulls' 103-95 overtime loss to the 76ers to remind him that games are played on the court, not on paper. That's why the veteran guard offered the vocal equivalent of a shoulder shrug when asked about Tuesday starting a...
Tribune reporterBen Gordon screamed in frustration. Luol Deng waved off reporters. Drew Gooden uttered something unprintable. Kirk Hinrich ducked out a door, perhaps in search of Louis Williams. The speedy 76ers guard, along with Rodney Carney, Andre Iguodala and...
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