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Rose lifts Bulls past abysmal three quarters in win versus Atlanta

If the Chicago Bulls were on a boat, they would not have been able to throw the ball in the ocean.  That's how bad their shooting was over the course of the first three quarters. There was even a stretch where the Bulls shot a mere 2-for-21 from the field. That is when the reigning Most Valuable Player, Derrick Rose, decided that enough was enough and led the Bulls back from a 19-point third quarter deficit ...

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Second Round Matchup: Previewing the Atlanta Hawks

The Pacers tested the Bulls with their logjam of Forwards, making a 1-8 series into a physical test that nobody was expecting to see. This is playoff basketball, ladies and gentlemen, you're going to see things that you didn't expect to see. Now Atlanta, this is a whole different beast. Of course, Atlanta is going to apply tactics that Indiana used that were effective, but they have an entirely different pe ...

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Derrick Rose, Thibs Guides Boozerless Bulls Past Hawks

On the eve of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the first Chicago Bulls'  championship team, Horace Grant and Scottie Pippen were in the house as the Bulls-Hawks game.  It wasn't the "Madhouse on Madison" of old, across the street in Chicago Stadium.  But these new-breed Bulls are doing their great, past teams some justice with their play. The Chicago Bulls have now wo ...

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A Tale of Two Halves: Bulls Finish Sloppy

The Bulls set off to Atlanta for the 3rd game on a 5 game road trip. The Bulls are on a 3 game win streak, and playing Atlanta for the first time this season. Atlanta's emotional leader, Josh Smith, was out with an injury to his right knee. Ironically Kirk Hinrich was starting for Atlanta after a a trade last week with Washington. Kirk Hinrich, former Bulls team captain, was the Bulls old emotional leader o ...

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