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Shootaround: Blog a Bull's Chris Terzic

Sam Panayotovich talks Chicago hoops with you once a week on WGN Radio. It’s an interview only episode given the Thanksgiving holiday. This week’s guest is… 55 more words


Kobe Bryant names his four closest teammates

Kobe Bryant’s relationship with his teammates through the years has largely been defined through Derek Fisher.

Kobe called Fisher his favorite teammate, but Fisher once said he’d never been to Kobe’s home. 285 more words

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BULLet Points: Butler's 32 leads Bulls to victory in Phoenix

  • The Bulls got off to a fantastic start in this one,  at one point going up nearly 20 in the first half. Eric Bledsoe and the Suns made things interesting, but the Bulls led virtually the entire game en route to a 103-97 victory.
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BULLet Points: Bulls survive late game scare against Pacers

In what was their last game at the United Center before the customary November “circus” road trip across the country, the Bulls avoided letting tonight’s game slip away in the final minutes and improved to 7-3 with a 96-95 victory.  590 more words

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Jimmy Butler reaches back to slam Pau Gasol oop (video)

Jimmy Butler had a spectacular defensive play last night, blocking Paul George’s game-winning attempt.

Butler produced offensive theatrics, too – reaching back to finish this Pau Gasol lob.

(via CSN Chicago)


Is This What You Call Fun?

I’ve recently had one of those “ah ha” moments.

I realized why I’ve felt such a strong to connection to the Bulls these past few years – they’re exactly like me, at least, when it comes to work ethic and approach to their jobs. 532 more words

BULLet Points: Bulls take care of business in Philly

  • The most exciting part of Monday’s Bulls-76ers matchup was the mystery surrounding who would start in Chicago’s frontcourt. Joakim Noah was announced alongside Pau Gasol, but an apparent tweak to his surgically-repaired left knee had Niko Mirotic on the floor at tip-off.
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