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The Luol Deng Conundrum Part 2: Trade Options

Since I wrote Part 1 of the Luol Deng Conundrum there has been an update on Deng’s wrist. Deng has chose to forgo surgery on a torn ligament in his left wrist for a second straight summer, meaning he’ll play another full season with the injury. Deng’s decision to pass on surgery didn’t come as a surprise last offseason since he opted to represent Great Britain in the Summer Olympics, but this offseason it’s ...

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Bulls Show 23: “Ripped Hamilton” & The Central Division Gauntlet

Mitch & Nillz review the Bulls' last two games - both victories overshadowed by Rip Hamilton's injury. The guys also weigh in on the "substantial sanctions" levied during the San Antonio Spurs' controversy, then look ahead to the Bulls' upcoming week that features 4 games in 5 nights against Central division rivals & the New York Knicks. Of course no episode would be complete without the "rapid fire ...

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Friday Night Recap: Bulls Beat Pistons, Extend Head-To-Head Win Streak to 14

Do you remember what you were doing on the night of December 23, 2008? That's okay, neither do we. If you're a Detroit Pistons fan, you may have a slight recollection. That night, more than 3 years ago, was the last time your team beat the Chicago Bulls. Things were a lot different back then. Derrick Rose was a rookie, Ben Gordon was a Bull, Rip Hamilton was a Piston and Allen Iverson (Detroit's starting po ...

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Bulls Hold Pistons to New Low

The Chicago Bulls start off a first in a, 3 game in 3 day, tripleback against the Detroit Pistons. The last time these two teams met, Richard Hamilton made his return to Detroit and Derrick Rose fell hard on his left elbow in a Bulls victory. Rose didn't wear the elbow brace today, for the first time since that hard fall in Auburn Hills. After collapsing on nearly all levels in their last game against Atlan ...

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Putting it in Cruise Control in the Motor City

The Chicago Bulls head off to Detroit to face Pistons for the first of two meetings this season. Reserve point guard and key contributor,  CJ Watson, is still out as he recovers from a strained elbow. Richard Hamilton was cleared to play in the Bulls matchup in Auburn Hills. after missing the last two games with a sore groin. Hamilton played nine seasons for the Pistons before the Bulls signed him just thre ...

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Could Richard Hamilton Cause a “Headband-Gate” Repeat?

Although I would personally like to forget the tumultuous 2006-07 Chicago Bulls season, I could not help but think of that faithful year Thursday when the Chicago Bulls formally introduced former Detroit Pistons guard Richard Hamilton. I did not think of that season because of the parallels of the Chicago Bulls coming off a surprise season and signing a free agent from the Pistons, even though it is a frigh ...

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Bulls Pedal To Metal in Motor City

The Bulls started the game playing luke-warm on both sides of the floor. After blowing every small lead, and being tied 21 all with 1:34 left in the quarter, Derrick Rose exploded by making plays on both sides of the ball in the quarter. He was on pace to record a quad-double with no turnovers. The Bulls lead 31-21 after one. ...

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Pistons Will Raise #10 on April 1st. Bulls Should Consider 91

Detroit announced that it will retire Dennis Rodman's #10 on April 1st. Is this an April Fools to give payback on the NBA's ultimate joker? I think not. Dennis Rodman was the most prolific rebounder of the modern NBA as well as one of the most fearless defenders to ever grace the NBA hardwood. Maybe too fearless, after being snubbed from Hall of Fame votes numerous times as well as being banned from reality ...

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Chicago Bulls Trade Rumors: Don’t Trade For J.R. Smith or Rip Hamilton

The Chicago Bulls definitely have their shares of woes offensively at the shooting guard position.  The team has been subjected to trade rumors and GM Gar Forman is said to be very active in scoping out potential trade deals. Among the names, which appear to be two of the most sought by the Bulls' front-office, are Richard Hamilton and J.R. Smith. While it may seem tempting to go after a veteran wing scorer ...

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Home Opener: Bulls rally as Pistons sputter in 4th

CHICAGO, IL---  The home opener was a long-awaited chance for Bulls' fans to finally see their new-look team up close and personal in a game that actually mattered.  The festivities included seeing countless fans throughout the United Center dressed up in Halloween costumes (most-notably, the Teletubbies in the front row).  New Bulls' Team Ambassador, Scottie Pippen, received a standing ovation from the fan ...

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