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The Bulls decision to stand pat this summer could come back to haunt them

Sometimes in life it’s better to stand pat. Whether it’s backing down from someone who could clearly take you in a fight or folding on a big hand of poker, there are certainly situations where the best choice is to quit while you’re ahead. The 2013-14 Chicago Bulls are not one of those instances. OK, maybe if the Bulls were the defending champs or at least runner ups than I could understand the front office ...

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Bulls Show: Nillz Hitz (Vol. 5)

Is this an overreaction or harsh reality? When the Bulls lost to the New Orleans Hornets without 1st overall draft pick Anthony Davis in early November, the season was too young for the new pieces to mesh. When the Milwaukee Bucks overcame a 27 point deficit to defeat the Bulls less than a month later, maybe the collapse was simply a mental letdown. When the Charlotte Bobcats spoiled the Bulls’ new year’s e ...

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Bulls Show 30: All Aboard The Jimmy Express

  Mitch & Nillz discuss Jimmy Butler, fresh off his career high of 19 points, and the Bulls, currently sitting at 3rd place in the Eastern conference. The episode also covers a 4-1 week that featured improved shooting by Kirk Hinrich and Chicago's new-found depth. The guys also review the all-star reserve selections and the impact of Rajon Rondo's season-ending ACL tear on the landscape of the NBA. The ...

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The Mitch & Nillz Bulls Show: Episode 18 – The Beard, The Bulls, & Captain Save-A-Booze

(@TheBullsShow) We're back from our adventures at sea to give our thoughts on the James Harden trade and how it relates to the Bulls. We also try their hand at some game analysis by reviewing the Bulls 2012 preseason performance. Hear who might be giving us some hope and who's been a disappointment thus far with the regular season just hours away! The Mitch & Nillz Bulls Show: Episode 18 - The Beard, Th ...

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Bulls, White Sox different stories for Reinsdorf

Jerry Reinsdorf is beloved in Chicago, and for good reason. He has brought seven championships to the city (six with the Bulls and one with the White Sox) and displays loyalty when it comes to players and coaches, past or present. However, it’s obvious between the two teams he owns where is real passion lies. It’s with the Chicago White Sox. All the proof needed really lies within the last month or so. Take ...

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Bulls Trade Kyle Korver to Atlanta

Bulls beat writer K.C Johnson has reported the Chicago Bulls have traded Kyle Korver to the Atlanta Hawks earlier today. Pending the physical, Korver will be en-route to Atlanta to help out a team that lost their number one scorer Joe Johnson. The Bulls save $500,000 by trading Korver, and also acquire Minnesota's second round pick in the deal. Korver, 31, is one of the best three-point shooters in the leag ...

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Bulls vs 76ers: First Round Playoff Preview

The Playoffs are upon us.  Finally.  At the end of the shortened season, the Bulls find themselves the number one team in the league with home court advantage throughout the playoffs for the second straight year. Despite a series of injuries to Derrick Rose (missed 27 games), Luol Deng and other players, the Bulls finished the season with a league high 50 wins, which calculates to a .758 winning percentage, ...

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No D Rose? No problem

Coach Thibodeau has to be happy about this one. This was a statement game for the Bulls (36-9) as MVP, Derrick Rose sat out with a groin injury and Richard Hamilton was out with his shoulder injury.  Minus the two starters, the Bulls snuck a win in against their Eastern Conference rival, Heat (31-11).  John Lucas III stepped up big time to push the Bulls past the Heat, in a tight one that ended 106-102. Aft ...

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Bulls Top Knicks Behind Big Games From Rose, Gibson

The shorthanded Bulls got off to a slow start, but were able to rebound (literally and figuratively) in the second half, handing the Knicks their sixth straight loss with a 104-99 victory. New York took a 50-48 lead into the locker room at halftime, but were outworked, out-willed and out-hustled in the second half. Chicago didn't shoot a great percentage (43% to New York's 46%) but their big men pounded the ...

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Preview: Bulls vs. Bucks

After dominating against the Indiana Pacers, the Chicago Bulls (32-8, 15-6 away) now find themselves up against a lesser Central-Division opponent. The Bulls look to extend their winning streak to eight games against the Milwaukee Bucks (15-23, 9-8 home) who have only won two of their past seven.  In their last matchup, on February 22, Joakim Noah recorded his first ever triple-double en route to a 110-91 w ...

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