Monthly Archives: February 2013

48 Minutes of Intensity (or Not)

Bulls legends Norm Van Lier and Johnny Red Kerr both passed away four years ago on February 26. In the pre-game, Mark and Kendall mentioned how much they are both missed, and Neil and Stacey echoed this sentiment during the … Continue reading

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Bulls choose to work, kill Bobcats

‘‘You can use the out of back-to-back [games], getting in late, whatever, and I thought we chose none of that. We chose to work and come out ready. We got the lead early and played hard, played well.’’ So says … Continue reading

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The Way to Beat the Heat

There’s only one answer. The Bulls need a shooter – mid-range jump shots, three-pointers, layups, reverse layups. Only one star can bring them all that. It’s Cinjo. Surely you jest? Yup. So I had a great day at the office. … Continue reading

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Unlikely All-Stars

As I’ve watched All-Star coverage this weekend, and actually, read even more, I’ve been thinking about our two 2013 Chicago Bulls All-Stars – Luol Deng and Joakim Noah. What is immediately apparent, first of all is how different they are, … Continue reading

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Started slowly, finished poorly

So says Coach Thibs. He’s on his way to spend the All-Star break at “Club Berto,” watching tape, I’m sure. I didn’t see the slow start of the Bulls vs. Celtics game on the parquet floor in Boston. But when … Continue reading

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One-time gift

The Bulls gave the league-leading San Antonio Spurs a gift last night. It was a one-time gift. So Spurs – be thankful, because the Bulls’ generosity reached is limit last night at the UC. The same could be said of … Continue reading

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Imposter-Bulls succumb to altitude sickness, lose by zillions to Nuggets

It all seemed to be going along so well there for a while. But, in retrospect, the Bulls primarily played Eastern Conference teams, which “everyone” seems to describe as horrendous, awful, no excuse for living types. Last night in Denver, … Continue reading

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