| Nov 7, 2008
| 9:39 PM
Bulls coach Vinny Del Negro insisted he was not trying to make a statement Friday night when he changed two starters in his lineup.
Perhaps not. But the entire team seemed to get the message.
The Bulls won their third game of the season in impressive...
| Nov 9, 2008
Not only do the Bulls no longer have a crowded backcourt, the number of their available players is dwindling as well.
With Kirk Hinrich, Drew Gooden, Larry Hughes and Michael Ruffin injured and in street clothes, the Bulls dressed just 10 players...
| Nov 11, 2008
| 10:34 PM
As a captain for the second year, Luol Deng has vowed to be more vocal this season.
His plea Tuesday night came through loud and clear.
"C'mon guys!" Deng shouted to his teammates after Hawks big man Al Horford beat Joakim Noah downcourt yet again to...
| Apr 8, 2008
| 9:22 PM
One year ago this month, the Bulls finished off a historic first-round sweep of the defending NBA champion Heat at a packed and raucous American Airlines Arena.
Tuesday night, in a collapse fitting for such a shockingly underachieving season, the Bulls...
| Apr 13, 2008
| 8:37 PM
A year ago, Larry Hughes was preparing for a lengthy playoff run that culminated in an NBA Finals appearance with Cleveland.
Sunday night at the United Center, Hughes had plenty of time to reminisce, logging a Bulls season-low 12 minutes in a 104-84...
| Apr 16, 2008
| 9:35 PM
If you're just crawling out from the rock under which you hid when, say, Scott Skiles got fired or Ben Wallace got traded or another loss followed another off-the-court transgression, here's all you need to know about the Bulls' 42nd season:
On a night...
| Jun 17, 2008
| 7:37 PM
His on-court moves were purposeful and his off-court answers playful, a combination that underscores why the Bulls are considering Michael Beasley with the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft June 26 .
Beasley concluded his two-day visit with team officials...
| Jun 27, 2008
| 3:58 PM
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Last these two teams were together, the Cubs swept the Sox in three games. That was last weekend. That was in Wrigley Field 10 miles to the North and that was, well, ancient history.
Also there was a...
| Dec 1, 2007
| 10:19 PM
Like Edgar in accounting who ends up with a lampshade on his head at the office holiday party, the Bulls had a little too much fun last December.
After their typical slow start, the Bulls gorged and sated themselves with a 14-3 month that catapulted them...
| Dec 3, 2007
| 10:25 PM
Thus far, the only victim of the Bulls' abysmal start has been the won-lost record.
Monday night at the United Center, the bumbling and stumbling claimed Kirk Hinrich and Tyrus Thomas.
Coach Scott Skiles benched those two starters to open the second...
| Dec 5, 2007
| 9:15 PM
If you're an eternal optimist, you will focus on the fourth quarter, the one that propelled the Bulls to a 91-82 come-from-behind victory Wednesday night over the Bobcats.
The one where coach Scott Skiles played Luol Deng, Ben Gordon and reserves Chris...
| Dec 8, 2007
| 10:36 PM
It's a good thing the new and improved Celtics visited the United Center on Saturday night with their Big Three of Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce.
That's because the Bulls challenged the interest level of a sellout crowd of 22,778 with an...