Tag Archives: Thibs

Five glimmers of Bulls hope on this New Year’s Eve

Happy New Year Bulls fans! Always wanting to see the glass half full, here is Bulls Banter’s attempt to put a positive spin on what many may characterize as a disappointing end to 2016 for our Bulls. After all, 2017 … Continue reading

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Un-watch-a-Bulls need to channel their inner Kristaps Porzingis

It’s been a rough few weeks for our Chicago Bulls, or as I like to call them as of late, the “Un-watch-a-Bulls.” The loss to Tom Thibodeau’s Timberwolves I’ll let slide. Deep down, I kind of wanted Thibs to get … Continue reading

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In a Season of Life Lessons, Gonna Be Some Changes Made

Today is the last day of April. Right about now, I’m typically in the Outer Banks with the folks, enjoying the beauty that is OBX, my family’s company, a lot of good food and sun. And most importantly – watching … Continue reading

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You’re breakin’ my heart Chicago Bulls, but I’ll always love you

Dear Chicago Bulls, Today’s my birthday, and I was supposed to be at the UC in row B behind your bench to see you defeat the Atlanta Hawks. When I saw the recent unraveling, my plans changed. I knew I … Continue reading

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Behind their starting lineup (and JB’s return), Bulls defeat Rockets 108 to 100

JB, DRose, Pau, Taji Woo!¬†and Dunleavy. That was meant to be the Bulls’ starting lineup. And last night, in the 61st game of the season, the group made its first appearance together. Prior to that, the most we saw the … Continue reading

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It’s not the size of the dog in the fight…

…it’s the size of the fight in the dog. Evidently, the Bulls are not in the mood to fight this season. Although I will say, I thought they started out with some energy during the first quarter of last night’s … Continue reading

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A Christmas miracle in OKC, followed by a disappearing act in Dallas

All I wanted for Christmas was for the Bulls to win games. I sure got my wish on December 25, when the Bulls convincingly beat OKC. The proper terminology, when one team leads the entire game, is – wire to … Continue reading

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