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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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  • Gibson worthy candidate for Sixth Man award

    Gibson worthy candidate for Sixth Man award
    Of all the surprises this Bulls season has produced, the fact Taj Gibson deserves serious consideration for the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year award has to rank near the top. Whether Gibson prevails when votes are tabulated following the regular season...
  • Bulls trio doubles the fun in 102-94 victory

     Bulls trio doubles the fun in 102-94 victory
    PHILADELPHIA — It's not easy to post a double-double without playing the fourth quarter and in 24 minutes, which Carlos Boozer did for the second straight game Wednesday night. It's not easy to score 10 points in the game-changing fourth quarter,...
  • Sluggish Bulls have just enough for 91-81 victory

     Sluggish Bulls have just enough for 91-81 victory
    With Derrick Rose out for the season and Luol Deng in Cleveland, the Bulls have been short-handed all year. Their formula for success against such odds has been simple: Defend. Rebound. Get to loose balls. Hit first and ask questions later. Be the...
  • Still some room for Bulls' defense to improve

     Still some room for Bulls' defense to improve
    If it's the season's stretch run, two things must be true: The Bulls' defense is near the top of most statistical categories. And Tom Thibodeau thinks that unit still can improve. The Bulls entered Saturday night's 91-81 victory over the 76ers ranked...
  • Kirk Hinrich getting his 3-point stroke down

     Kirk Hinrich getting his 3-point stroke down
    INDIANAPOLIS — After the last game before the All-Star break, a peeved Kirk Hinrich vowed to improve his anemic 3-point percentage. Loss or no loss Friday night, mission accomplished. After splitting his two attempts in the 91-79 setback against...
  • Rose begins non-contact drills, remains out for season

    Rose begins non-contact drills, remains out for season
    Derrick Rose is out for the season. The Bulls have made that clear and never have wavered from that position since Nov. 25, the day his torn right medial meniscus was repaired surgically. Rose suffered the injury in Portland, Ore., on Nov. 22. But all...
  • Third-quarter surge lifts Bulls past Pacers

    Third-quarter surge lifts Bulls past Pacers CHICAGO -- When these two Midwestern rivals square off, it's safe to expect an intense, physical battle that is likely to be decided in the opening minutes of the third quarter. Forward Taj Gibson scored...
  • Thibodeau supports Rose's Team USA bid

    Thibodeau supports Rose's Team USA bid
    PHILADELPHIA — The 76ers conjure up some bad memories for the Bulls. Next month brings the two-year anniversary of Derrick Rose tearing his left ACL in the opening game of the NBA playoffs. Joakim Noah’s grotesquely sprained ankle and the...
  • Joakim Noah's passion fuels Bulls' surprising run

    Joakim Noah's passion fuels Bulls' surprising run
    With a cheeky grin, Joakim Noah chuckled devilishly. "We played with a lot of hate today,'' Noah said Sunday after willing the Bulls to a 95-88 overtime victory over the Heat in front of 22,028 believers at the United Center. "We want what they've got....
  • Bulls topple Pacers in typical physical tussle

    Bulls topple Pacers in typical physical tussle
    From the moment Joakim Noah clapped in Roy Hibbert's face and let out a primal scream on the opening possession Monday night, the Bulls were, as Noah likes to say, on edge. Regular-season games are regular-season games, and rivalries, as coaches like to...
  • Pacers rally to defeat Bulls

    Pacers rally to defeat Bulls INDIANAPOLIS -- A talented team that embraces defense, shares the basketball and protects its home court better than anyone in the National Basketball Association. That's the way Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel described...
  • Pacers take rough-and-tumble victory from Bulls

     Pacers take rough-and-tumble victory from Bulls
    INDIANAPOLIS — There were three technical fouls, all to the Pacers. Carlos Boozer drew a flagrant foul for throwing an elbow near Roy Hibbert's head. There were collisions and curse words. In other words, Friday night marked just another chapter...