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Tom Thibodeau

Tom Thibodeau
Tom Thibodeau was named head coach of the Chicago Bulls in June 2010. He has been an assistant coach in the NBA since 1989. This is his first job as a head coach.
Tom Thibodeau was named head coach of the Chicago Bulls in June 2010. He has been an assistant coach in the NBA since 1989. This is his first job as a head coach. « Show less

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  • Bulls' Derrick Rose to miss rest of NBA season

    Bulls' Derrick Rose to miss rest of NBA season
    Derrick Rose's comeback turned out to be a cameo, and the Chicago Bulls' worst nightmare became a reality again. The Bulls' hopes about contending for a championship this season took a serious hit. Their long-term plans appear to be up in the air too....
  • Bulls can't count on Rose to be franchise player

    Bulls can't count on Rose to be franchise player
    On the day Bulls superstar Derrick Rose's professional career peaked nearly two years ago at the Berto Center, he gave his mother, Brenda, a look that suggested it doesn't get any better than this. But who really thought basketball wouldn't for the...
  • Meet the Bulls' road warrior

    Meet the Bulls' road warrior
    Ringling Bros. could have used Luol Deng when the circus was in town last week. The 28-year-old forward has been juggling roles in the wake of Derrick Rose's season-ending injury last month. His latest position: the Bulls' go-to guy. In Monday's...
  • Dunleavy still likes Bulls' chances

    Dunleavy still likes Bulls' chances
    Two of the main reasons Mike Dunleavy spurned more money elsewhere to sign with the Bulls last summer were to play with Derrick Rose and for a winner. Playing with Rose, at least for the first half of Dunleavy's two-year, $6.5 million deal, is gone. The...
  • Boozer's chokes power Bulls' lottery bandwagon

    Boozer's chokes power Bulls' lottery bandwagon
    You could look at the box score and see that Carlos Boozer was the only Bulls starter available, and you could think, hey, it’s only the pathetic Bucks and it’s in the United Center. You could look at the box score and see that Boozer went...
  • Tenacious Game 2 win goes according to script

    Tenacious Game 2 win goes according to script
    NEW YORK — Fans flocked to the Barclays Center for Game 2 on Monday night between the Bulls and Nets fully expecting to see a key trio take control of this series. Indeed, a Big Three did. Except the players weren't Nets stars Deron Williams,...
  • On demand: Thibodeau's band of believers deliver

    On demand: Thibodeau's band of believers deliver
    NEW YORK — Emotion carried Joakim Noah off the Barclays Center court and into the first row of seats. The only person who could take Noah away from Bulls teammates and coaches celebrating an inspired 99-93 victory Saturday night over the Nets in...
  • Robinson has game of life

     Robinson has game of life
    With 7 minutes 25 seconds left in the game of Nate Robinson's life Saturday at the United Center, Nets forward Gerald Wallace set a backcourt screen that created a collision loud enough to make NFL draft highlights too. Robinson, a muscular 5-foot-9,...
  • Emotion gets the better of Bulls — again

    Emotion gets the better of Bulls — again
    In the heat of battle, emotion can embolden us all. So the 22,675 fans at the United Center can be forgiven for lustily chanting "NAZR! NAZR!" after Bulls center Nazr Mohammed impetuously shoved LeBron James to the floor in retaliation during the second...
  • LeBron James mocked by Bulls for 'flop' on Nazr Mohammed push

    LeBron James mocked by Bulls for 'flop' on Nazr Mohammed push
    LeBron James is a great actor. So says Nate Robinson. But the Miami Heat star isn't being complimented by the Chicago Bulls point guard. He's being mocked. "You see LeBron in a lot of commercials, a lot of good acting," Robinson told Yahoo Sports...
  • Rose's return quite a sight

    Rose's return quite a sight
    INDIANAPOLIS — After covering two-thirds of the court with three dribbles, Derrick Rose cradled the basketball and cut between two Pacers to draw a foul as he made a layup that looked eerily familiar to every NBA Eastern Conference coach. One...
  • Bulls fail to match Nets' mettle

    Bulls fail to match Nets' mettle
    NEW YORK — With the Nets leading by 12 with less than 2 minutes to play in Monday night's Game 5 at the Barclays Center, Bulls guard Nate Robinson hovered near midcourt as his four other teammates worked the ball for a shot. And Nets guard Deron...