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Joakim Noah says what Bulls fans are thinking

The Chicago Bulls were an absolute dumpster fire this season. There was friction between just about everybody at some point to go along with injuries to main pieces. 374 more words


Diagnostics: The 2015-16 Chicago Bulls

The Chicago Bulls arguably had the most upside in the Eastern conference after a third place finish a year ago (50-32). With an expected healthy lineup, the addition of Pau Gasol, and the players first mentality from a offense focused first year head coach in Fred Hoiberg, some projected the Chicago Bulls to finally overcome the enigma that is Lebron James’ led NBA teams. 318 more words

33-23 = 1.8, but 33+23 = 72

Excerpt from “How The GOAT Was Built: Six Life Lessons From the 1996 Chicago Bulls

Lesson #2: Don’t be afraid to push your limits — or to find peace and excellence within them… 2,539 more words

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The Bernstein Brief: Bulls' Embarrassment On Display

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) Own it, Bulls. You earned it.

There’s Jimmy Butler at Tuesday night’s NBA draft lottery in New York, part of the tableau of losers on the garish annual game-show set. 269 more words


BULLet Points: Bulls take season finale over Sixers

The Chicago Bulls ended their season on a high-note, winning in comeback form over the historically bad Philadelphia 76ers (10-72) 115-105 at the United Center Wednesday night. 589 more words

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Bulls' John Paxson Gives Support To Fred Hoiberg But Wants Much More From Him

By Cody Westerlund–

CHICAGO (CBS) — Throughout his playing career that was marked by a key role in the Bulls’ first three-peat, John Paxson was known for his burning competitive desire. 997 more words


This is a players' league: those mad at Paxson and Forman should look elsewhere

The Chicago Bulls’ season officially came to a close last night at the United Center, where they won 115-105, against the lowly Philadelphia 76ers. And after their meaningless win, John Paxson and Gar Forman addressed the media to reflect on the season and the future. 575 more words

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