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The Luol Deng Conundrum Part 1: To Trade or Not To Trade

The 2012-13 NBA season was a crazy year for the Chicago Bulls to say the least. Despite a medically-cleared Derrick Rose sitting out the entire season and a slew of missed games from key players (Kirk Hinrich-22, Taj Gibson- 17, Joakim Noah-16) and not so key players (Richard Hamilton-32), the Bulls stuck true to their mantra and fought their way to a 45-37 record. Coach Tom Thibodeau led his team of outcas ...

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Bulls Show 45: Looking Back & Ahead

@TheBullsShow: We take a quick look back at the Miami series and the season as a whole with our disappointment still offset by pride. Given the circumstances, the 2012/13 Bulls were incredibly entertaining and still managed to overachieve. We also dip into some offseason speculation and project next season's roster. Finally, we offer our bold (dumb?) predictions for the remainder of the playoffs. Thank you ...

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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 43: Bullieve?

The battered, but not broken Bulls stunned the rested, but rusty Miami Heat in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semi-finals, and we try to make sense of it all. Listen in as we bask in the glory of arguably the greatest two game stretch in Bulls playoff history. How is this happening? We don't really know, but no hyperbole is safe. One game doesn't make a series, but does one game have us drinking the kool- ...

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Bulls Show 42: Nate It or Love It

Our new "Big 3" talk about the highs & lows between games four and five, and the uncertainty surrounding game 6. After a few days removed from Saturday's triple overtime thriller, listen in to see if we can provide proper (and coherent) perspective on the Bulls epic comeback. Also, is Thursday night a must win for the Bulls? Will this be our last recording during the season? Could/should the offseason f ...

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Bulls Show 41: Grit & Guts

(@TheBullsShow): As the winner of our fantasy basketball league this year, our buddy Eugene is rewarded with a guest appearance on the show to discuss the Bulls' bounce back win in Brooklyn, tying the first round playoff series at one game apiece. Listen in as we three-man weave our way through the gritty defensive performance by Kirk Hinrich and the guts on display by the one-legged Joakim Noah. With the t ...

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Bulls, Nets set to open first round series

It's not the starting lineup Bulls fans expected to see come playoff time. But in reality, the Chicago Bulls have to deal with it and hope for the best. The  Bulls head into their opening round playoff series against the Brooklyn Nets a little banged up. Derrick Rose still hasn't returned from his ACL injury in Game one of last seasons opening round. To make matters worse, the Bulls could be without startin ...

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Bulls Show 40: Hello Brooklyn

(@TheBullsShow) We're joined by Doug Thonus of Bulls Confidential and Ricky O'Donnell of SB Nation to preview the Bulls upcoming first round match-up versus the Nets. We discuss the health of the roster, identify the keys to winning the series, and whether the Bulls' regular season success should translate into the playoffs. Tune in as we get ready for the best time of year and offer our postseason predicti ...

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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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adidas Unveils D.Rose 3.5 “Metal”

After seeing a variety of colorways in the D.Rose model, today adidas announced the final colorway for the adidas D.Rose 3.5. This colorway takes on a sleek metal look to it with it's metal tones and black accents on the shoe. The toe box comes equipped in tough materials to resemble the basketball mentality of the Chicago raised Rose. Detailing includes a pearlized SPRINTFRAME and a midsole speckled patter ...

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