Chicago Bulls

The Bulls Game 2 Improbable Performer Award went to Paul Zipser

It was Paul Zipser who took the role of leading the bench in Game 2 In Game 1 it was Bobby Portis who came alive off the bench for the Chicago Bulls. The former first round pick stepped up with a huge performance in...

The Bulls have managed to slow down Isaiah Thomas, which has doomed the Celtics

IT’s no big deal In a game where many assumed the story would be about how the Celtics adapted their defense to stop Jimmy Butler, it was the Bulls making key adjustments against Isaiah Thomas that fueled the Bulls’ Game 2 victory. Despite...

Playoff Robin Lopez cannot be stopped, at least not by The Celtics

The Value of Robin Lopez is Already on Full Display Early in the Playoffs A year ago, Robin Lopez was simply known as the mascot-massacring twin brother of the Brooklyn Nets’ soon-to-be all-time leading scorer. He was an underrated—at best—center that played solid minutes...

This Rajon Rondo playoffs-run is reviving his NBA career

Rondo’s having his revenge against the Celtics I would like to start this off by saying I know absolutely nothing about basketball. The Bulls being up 2-0 on the Boston Celtics after their 111-97 win Tuesday night, confirms this. When we take a...

Bulls vs. Celtics Game 2 recap: Chicago runs away in 2nd half to take stunning 2-0 lead

Rajon Rondo set the tone early, and the Bulls pulled away in the second half to grab control of the series After losing Game 1 on an emotional night in Boston, I figured the Celtics would come out fast in Tuesday’s Game 2....

Bulls vs. Celtics final score: Bulls offense explodes as they take commanding 2-0 lead

regular season is for chumps! What is happening?!? The Bulls offense, a not-great unit, put up 111 points on the Celtics in (what you’d think) was a must-win game for them. Chicago was in a very early hole but quickly took control, and...

Rondo vs. Grant: who was the better Bulls point guard in Game 1

Let’s take a look at who fared better in Game 1: Jerian Grant or Rajon Rondo In their victory in Game 1, the Chicago Bulls got some help from some unlikely sources. It was the usual night from Jimmy Butler, but the Bulls also...

0-11 from three meant nothing: just keep shooting

The Bulls missed their first 11 three pointers, but they did not get discouraged The only thing consistent about the Bulls’ up and down 2016-17 season was their aversion to taking three point shots. Chicago attempted just 22.3 triples per game, the second fewest...

We Just Witnessed the Bobby Portis Game

The Bulls needed scoring help off the bench, and Bobby Portis delivered It just wasn’t Nikola Mirotic’s night. As even casual observers of the Bulls the past three seasons know, there are games when Niko can’t miss, and there are others where he certainly...

The Bulls insane rebounding edge over Boston came back just in time

looked like early-season Bulls again The Chicago Bulls took game one in Boston Sunday afternoon, and there may be a chance I’ll eat some crow after this series. Heading into game one, I wasn’t holding as much optimism as some of my colleagues. While...

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Raptors vs. Bucks Game 5 Preview: Which Toronto shows up?

DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry played well in Game 4. Can they do it again? Game 4 of the Raptors vs. Bucks first round...

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