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  • Bulls fall apart in the 4th

    Bulls fall apart in the 4th
    More often than not after Sunday's noon tipoff, the high-flying Suns played like they had one foot still in their hotel beds and one foot on their charter flight back to Phoenix. Yet holding the Suns to 88 points, their second-lowest output this season...
  • Hinrich the hot hand as Bulls handle Timberwolves

    Here's how short-handed the Bulls are: Viktor Khryapa played first-half minutes. Here's how bad the Timberwolves are: They lost badly while Khryapa played first-half minutes. Injured versus inept met Tuesday night at the United Center, and injured...
  • Listless Bulls fall to Timberwolves

    Listless Bulls fall to Timberwolves
    Tax audits can be more entertaining than what transpired Wednesday night at Target Center. A Thesaurus would have run out of adjectives to describe the action as awful. Luckily, following the Bulls' dreadful 83-67 loss to the Timberwolves that set new...
  • It's nothing new

    It's nothing new
    The Bulls' offense received an injection of hope Saturday, even if Pau Gasol took his 18.9 points per game from the Grizzlies to the Lakers. Ben Gordon returned from missing five games with a sprained right wrist to score a team-high 33 points, and Joe...
  • Bulls run the floor against the Sonics

    Bulls run the floor against the Sonics
    Like truckers at tollbooths and school buses dropping off elementary schoolchildren, the Bulls have encountered plenty of speed bumps this season. The latest are more injuries as Tyrus Thomas sat with a sprained left foot and Kirk Hinrich left in the...
  • Duhon's career-high leads Bulls

    Duhon's career-high leads Bulls
    This one was looking a bit like Mission Impossible. The Bulls were playing their third game in four nights on the road Thursday night without three of their top four scorers—Ben Gordon, Luol Deng and Kirk Hinrich all were out injured. The Golden...
  • Bulls let Jazz pull away

    Bulls let Jazz pull away
    Luol Pipp? Wally Gordon? Kirk "Wally Pipp" Hinrich? When the Bulls' Lame Three are ready to play again, will they get back in the lineup with the way the Bulls have closed this Western Conference trip? Saturday night's 97-87 loss to the Utah Jazz—...
  • Gordon hits big free throws in Bulls' win

    Gordon hits big free throws in Bulls' win
    There Ben Wallace and Joe Smith stood Thursday night, talking excitedly and expectedly about the playoffs. Of course, they did so inside the Cavaliers' locker room, making the memory of them uttering similar sentiments on the Bulls' annual Media Night...
  • Hinrich scores 24 as Bulls beat Heat

    Hinrich scores 24 as Bulls beat Heat
    With three days of no Bulls basketball thanks to the All-Star break, there's plenty of time for some math. Over the last three seasons, the Bulls have averaged a 19-11 record after the All-Star Game. Even a sportswriter can figure out a similar finish...
  • New Jersey still not kind to Bulls

    With the NBA's trade deadline coming Thursday, perhaps there's still time for general manager John Paxson to swing an oft-suggested deal for the long-lost A.J. Guyton. That seems to be the only way the Bulls ever can defeat the Nets at IZOD Center. Even...
  • Lakers, Clippers stand pat

    Lakers, Clippers stand pat
    The NBA's trading deadline passed today without the Lakers or Clippers making any last-minute moves. There was speculation that Clippers point guard Sam Cassell, 38, and in the final year of his contract, would be swapped to a playoff contender, but he...
  • Energetic Bulls hold off Nuggets

    Energetic Bulls hold off Nuggets
    Early Friday night, new Bulls Larry Hughes and Drew Gooden were sharing their experience of starting for the Cavaliers in last year's NBA Finals, and that destination seemed like a faraway dream. Then, with those two and Shannon Brown and Cedric...