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Bulls are doing the rest of the NBA a Favor

March 27, 2013. The Miami Heat rode into Chicago with an undoubted confidence rarely seen in any professional sport. Having won 27 games in a row, and threatening the all-time NBA record for consecutive wins in a season (33 wins by the '71-'72 Lakers), the Heat walked into the Madhouse on Madison knowing they were the better, healthier team in the building. On March 27, the Chicago Bulls ended the Heat's wi ...

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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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Have the 2011-12 Chicago Bulls Regressed?

Bulls fan expected the 2011-12 Chicago Bulls to build on last year's impressive Eastern Conference Finals berth, but at this point, I can safely say that this year's Bulls team is in a worse position than last season. I hate to say this, especially after last night's thrilling victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Derrick Rose's buzzer-beater, but it needs to be said. Despite minimal roster movement and the N ...

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Derrick Rose: Building a Legacy His Way

He may not be the next Michael Jordan, but there is no denying that Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose is the biggest sports star in Chicago since MJ. On the heels of an impressive, albeit short, showing at the NBA All-Star Game (18 minutes, 14 points and three assists) and an announcement from Adidas about a 14-year, $250 million contract, Rose is undoubtedly an international superstar. What is most impressi ...

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LeBron’s Heat vs. Cavaliers – How Michael Jordan Caused This Showdown

"Cleveland, its not you, its me." On the eve of his first showdown with his former team the Cleveland Cavaliers, Lebron James has gotten used to his new villain role with the Heat. Let's not go as far as to say that he's comfortable with it, but just accepting. No more disapproving Twitter updates. He finally knows what we know. Nothing he will ever do will ever make up for his bumbling of this situation. N ...

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Michael Jordan: How His Airness Stacks Up Against Today’s NBA Stars

In today's media outlet, Michael Jordan is not only known as the greatest of all time, but the infamous player who is now compared to multiple NBA stars. Jordan has not only defined what a respected athlete was intended to symbolize, but altered the game of basketball. Despite a nationwide popularity that no other athlete has attained, the North Carolina University graduate has earned himself a handful of a ...

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Who’s a Better Bull: D-Wade or the Akron Hammer?

A question that fans around the globe are currently asking, that was considered irrelevant before the Summer of NBA Free Agency 2010, is now being proposed. Would Dwyane Wade provide more benefit in the Chicago Bulls' favor than LeBron James? The Bulls have been missing talent at the shooting guard position following the departure of Ben Gordon. Ronald "Flip" Murray could shoot threes well, but was consider ...

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