| Mar 29, 2008
| 9:53 PM
Nine games remain in this most perplexing of Bulls seasons.
The playoffs remain a possibility only for serious dreamers and those fans with plenty of pins and voodoo dolls for every member of the Atlanta Hawks, New Jersey Nets and Indiana Pacers.
| Apr 1, 2008
| 10:19 PM
Whether they sweat out victories like Tuesday night's or coast to those of the blowout variety, the Celtics' mission is history.
And they don't mean any meager stuff like sweeping their first season series from the Bulls since 1986-87 (Boston's last trip...
| Apr 19, 2009
BOSTON — Derrick Rose even treats making history casually, shrugging off any superlatives that aren't associated with the final score.
Minutes after he tied Lew Alcindor's 39-year-old NBA playoff record with 36 points in a rookie playoff debut, all...
| Apr 21, 2009
BOSTON — Joakim Noah sat in stunned silence late Monday night, ice packs on both knees, a blank stare on his sour face.
The Bulls had just lost a 118-115 gut-wrencher to the Celtics, tying their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series at a game...
| Apr 26, 2009
| 4:12 PM
If there's any justice in the Bulls' universe, Norm Van Lier spent his Sunday afternoon high above the United Center, maybe sharing a drink with his friend Jimi Hendrix, and smiling at what transpired in the new Madhouse on Madison.
Van Lier's widow,...
| Apr 1, 2009
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - T.J. Ford hit the go-ahead jumper with 3.9 seconds left, and the Indiana Pacers beat the Chicago Bulls 107-105 last night to tighten the race for the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference. Chicago had a chance to tie or win, but Ben...
| May 3, 2009
BOSTON -- The 43rd season in Bulls franchise history unofficially started when the winning Ping-Pong-ball combination of 11-7-9-13 from last May's draft lottery kept No. 1 pick Derrick Rose in his hometown.
It officially ended Saturday night at TD...
| Nov 13, 2008
| 9:26 PM
Last season the Bulls somehow turned around a 49-33 record from 2006-07 into the exact opposite at 33-49.
Suffice it to say the turnaround the Bulls pulled off Thursday night at the United Center seemed much more palatable.
Trailing by 19 in the first...
| Nov 19, 2008
| 10:57 PM
With so many lowlights, it's tough to know where to begin dissecting the Bulls' 116-74 drubbing at the hands of the Trail Blazers Wednesday night at Rose Garden.
Here's one attempt: Wet paper towels offer more resistance than the Bulls' big men.
| Nov 30, 2008
| 7:49 PM
When the highlight shows roll on the Bulls' 103-92 victory Sunday over the 76ers, they will focus on Derrick Rose's spectacular block, ankle-breaking drive and one-handed alley-oop dunk — understandably so.
Rose's full-length sprint to block...
| Dec 2, 2008
| 10:27 PM
Larry Hughes didn't need the Bulls' 103-95 overtime loss to the 76ers to remind him that games are played on the court, not on paper.
That's why the veteran guard offered the vocal equivalent of a shoulder shrug when asked about Tuesday starting a...
| Dec 6, 2008
| 9:41 PM
A lack of consistent production from Bulls big men has been a dominant story line all season, so Ben Gordon decided to take matters in his own hands — or, more accurately, his finger.
With Joakim Noah benched and Tyrus Thomas playing just 5 minutes...