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Despite controversial no-calls, Spurs handed Heat historic Game 6 win

In the 2011 World Series, the Texas Rangers were one strike away from defeating the St. Louis Cardinals not once, but twice. After a couple of hits, that one strike eventually turned into a legendary walk off home run for the Cardinals’ David Freese and the rest was history. The Spurs just like the Rangers were one strike away from a title heading into the fourth quarter of Game 6 of the NBA Finals leading ...

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Bulls Show 44: Pride & Disappointment

@TheBullsShow: We analyze and discuss how the Bulls fell short in game 3 despite their valiant effort. What needs to change heading into Monday's game 4? Even though the series is far from over, we also examine the Bulls chances against the Heat in the future with a full roster and try not to sulk in this year's lost opportunity. Be sure to also listen to the very end to help celebrate the show's birthday! ...

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Bulls Show 39: Inconclusive Evidence

@TheBullsShow: We attempt (and fail) to project the Bulls' playoff seed and ceiling amid the rash of injuries in this home stretch of the regular season. Which player/injury outside of Rose is most important? Is it even worth bringing Rose back just for the playoffs? We address these questions and also offer our opinions on the news and notes from the rest of the basketball world. Bulls Show 39: Inconclusiv ...

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2012 Was Never The Year Of The Bull, But We’ve Still Got Something To Root For

With 1:20 to go in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Playoff’s first round, Derrick Rose drove to the hoop, planted his feet and hit the floor. Rose tore the ACL in his left knee, all but ending the Bulls’ playoff run just as quickly as it had began. But let’s be honest with ourselves. Did anyone really believe this was the year the Bulls would overtake the Heat in the Eastern Conference, en route to hanging ...

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A Miami Heat victory tomorrow could help the Chicago Bulls manage expectations when it matters most

As a Bulls' fan, the ultimate satisfaction would be seeing our boys in red and black hoist the Larry O'Brien trophy for the first time after a long, and often painful, drought. Last season, the team who stood between our Bulls and their first trip back to the NBA Finals since 1998 was the star-studded Miami Heat. All three 2011 regular season games the Chicago Bulls played against the Miami Heat were circle ...

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A Coldfront in Chicago Wipes the Heat in Game 1

The playoff series of the year started tonight at the UC. The Bulls with the number one record, versus the second seed Heat in an Eastern Conference Finals match that will wind up in NBA history books, regardless of outcome. The start of the game featured quick turnovers by the Bulls, and Miami did not let them go unpunished. The Heat displayed their energy and transition basketball early. Lucky for the Chi ...

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Eastern Finals Matchup: Previewing the Miami Heat

The most followed team this season comes to Chicago to face the Bulls in a storybook matchup that is sure to be talked about for years. The top remaining seeds in the playoffs(Bulls #1 overall, Miami #3 overall/#2 East) could very well determine the 2010-11 NBA Champions. Whether you want to praise the Heat for beating the Celtics, or if you want to make excuses for a Celtics team that clearly lost it's way ...

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Bulls Took Talents’ Away in South Beach

The Chicago Bulls go into Miami with a 2-0 season record thus far. The Heat are favored to win this one, even after recent collapses in their last 3 games. Among most expert's choices for MVP has been a 1-2 rank of Derrick Rose and LeBron James. Making this not only a national spotlight game, but an award-watch game. After those three straight close losses, Miami came out with a vengeance in this game. Chri ...

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Chicago Bulls vs. Miami Heat Preview: Taking Their Talents To South Beach

The Bulls and Miami Heat will square off in American Airlines Arena at noon central time on ABC for the third time this season.  The first two games took place in Chicago.  In Part I, the Heat were without LeBron James and the Bulls narrowly escaped in a shoot-out down-the-stretch between the Chicago-native guards, Dwyane Wade and Derrick Rose.  Kyle Korver ultimately hit the game-winning three-pointer in t ...

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The MVP Smoke Screens Are Up

A day after veteran, and league respected big-man, Miami Heat's Juwan Howard stated that he would vote for Derrick Rose as his MVP choice, Chris Bosh also stated that he would vote for Rose. What seems to be a sportsmanlike move, could merely be motivation to spark NBA superstar and fellow Heat teammate, LeBron James, to elevate his game for the final stretch of the season. Juwan Howard has played many role ...

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