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Bullseye View: Bulls-Lakers 2011 Finals Preview?

The 2009-10 season is over. The Los Angeles Lakers have defended their title and have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are still the best team in the NBA. Chicago Bulls' fans are well-accustomed to seeing Phil Jackson win. He won six rings here and we watched the man win five more as coach of the Los Angeles Lakers from 2000-2010. As the July 1st start date for free-agency looms, we ponder certai ...

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Bullseye View: Who Should We Want To Win?

As we Bulls' fans sit and wait for the 2009-10 NBA Season to come to an end, and for the July 1st starting date of Free Agency, we also take note that there is a battle going on between two NBA powerhouses. The Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics are knotted 2-2 in their series, with vital Game 5 being played tonight [...] ...

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Bullseye View: Thibodeau – Good Choice or Bad?

As isolated reports begin to sprinkle in about the current assistant coach of the Boston Celtics likely coaching the Chicago Bulls next season, we all must ask ourselves the obvious question. Is Tom Thibodeau the right man to coach Rose, Noah, Deng, Hinrich, and perhaps another big-name player in 2010-11? The answer to that question [...] ...

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Bullseye View: Let’s Not Jump The ‘Trade Gun’ Too Fast

Let's face it. Now that the season is over, we Bulls' fans are overly eager to stare into the abyss that waits ahead of us. It is destined to be weeks of chaos, as the NBA gives itself a make-over this summer. This is definitely an exciting time in Chicago Bulls' history, and there is a lot of optimism and confidence around the city. Starting with the 7-game war [...] ...

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