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Without Rose, Bulls Drop Game Two

With Derrick Rose lost for the season, the Bulls weren't ready to call it quits. Rose went down with a torn ACL with just over a minute to play in Saturday's 103-91 Game One victory in the team's opening round series with the Philadelphia 76ers. After the game, the mood in the locker room was not that of a team who had just kicked off their playoff run with a win. The Bulls were down, understandably, but ce ...

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NBA First Half Awards

Most Valuable Player: LeBron James, Miami Heat At this point, how could you give the award to anyone else? The Heat have the best record in the NBA and have been the most dominant team in the league thus far. To top things off, LeBron James is putting up historically great stats. He is averaging a ridiculous 27.4 points per game, 8.1 rebounds per game, 6.8 assists per game, 54.7% shooting from the field, 41 ...

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Bulls Run into a Fence, Get 76’ed at Home

The Philadelphia 76ers are playing to lock down a playoff berth in the Eastern Conference. Currently at 6th, the Sixers have fought their way back from the bottom of the standings, led by swingman and Illinois native, Andre Iguodala and credited to former Bulls coach, Doug Collins. Starting the first half, the Bulls could not find any offense. Philadelphia did a great job on help defense in the post to prev ...

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