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Tribune staff reporterThe Bulls remained on the fast track for the Eastern Conference's No. 2 playoff seed with a 98-69 blowout of the Knicks on Tuesday night at the United Center and also clinched home-court advantage for the first round, even if they finish as the fifth...
Tribune staff reporterAll week, Deron Williams had done his detached, NBA best to downplay his return here. But when the orange-clad love started showering down during player introductions, he waved once, then twice and the cheers just got louder. Forty feet away, Derrick...
Tribune staff reporterThis is how you bury a bad home loss and open a critical, four-game trip. This is how you answer critics, overcome injury and illness and put a foolish rookie mistake in the background. With Luol Deng sidelined, the flu bug sweeping through the team and...
Tribune staff reporterClose to 90 minutes before the Bulls' 98-86 victory over the Wizards Friday night at the United Center, Tyrus Thomas held court in the locker room, teasing Ben Gordon about his height. "What are you, Ben, about 5-8?" Thomas asked of the guard...
Tribune staff reporterA year ago, Larry Hughes was preparing for a lengthy playoff run that culminated in an NBA Finals appearance with Cleveland. Sunday night at the United Center, Hughes had plenty of time to reminisce, logging a Bulls season-low 12 minutes in a 104-84...
Tribune staff reporterAfter the drama of the Bulls' 94-93 victory over the Kings ended Saturday night, the comedy began. "I don't know if I could've taken another overtime game, so I'm glad I sent my best free-throw shooter to the line and he came through," interim coach...
Tribune staff reporterThe blowouts have been nice confidence-builders for a team that could have splintered if it were more fragile. But Friday's game at the United Center is more what the NBA is about: expending the blood and sweat necessary to scratch out a victory on a...
Tags: Andres Nocioni, Basketball, United Center, Luol Deng, Ben Gordon
Tribune staff reporterIt's OK to come out from underneath the covers, Bulls fans. Daylight beckons. Exhale deeply. There. Doesn't that feel better? Admit it. Before Monday night's 110-85 shellacking of Milwaukee before another sellout crowd of 21,715 at the United Center,...
Tags: Andres Nocioni, Luol Deng, Ben Gordon, Basketball, P.J. Brown
Tribune staff reporterSuddenly, the Bulls' size issues are a very big problem. One game after being pounded by a more physical Utah team, the Bulls shuffled through the first half Monday night at Conseco Fieldhouse before Bulls coach Scott Skiles hit on small lineups that...
Tribune staff reporterSo what does a 22-year-old with millions in the bank and just as many fans worldwide want for his birthday? "Just a win," LeBron James said Saturday night before tipoff. "That'd be the best present." After feasting on a dominant December, the Bulls...
Tribune staff reporterThe NBA is like a good mouthwash, giving teams the opportunity to erase bad tastes almost immediately. Such was the case for the Bulls on Saturday night at the United Center, who weren't cavalier about losing to the Knicks not 24 hours earlier but...
Tribune pro basketball reporterTalk about your post-Christmas sales. The Bulls almost came up with the steal of the season in the home of America's biggest mall. But, in the end, they were left, like many shoppers, with sore feelings and vacant looks as the Timberwolves got a...
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