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Rose rises to the occasion verse Pacers

Last night there wasn’t any jersey-popping or snarky remarks to the crowd to reassure them that this was his house. Unlike Paul George feels the need to do in Indiana. Derrick Rose let the Pacers know whose house it was by simply out playing his opponent and wowing the crowd with dazzling layups and silky smooth jumpers in a 103-98 victory. Rose rose to the occasion (no pun intended) against their pesky cen ...

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Bulls Show 55: Keepin’ Pace

We react to the front office’s decision to end contract extension talks with Luol Deng and review some of the implications. In the latter half of the show, we’re joined by Tom Lewis of IndyCornRows.com as part of our weekly Eastern Conference Contender Preview. Hear what the Pacers’ expert thinks about the team’s championship expectations and how they match-up with the like-minded Bulls. Bulls Show 55: Keep ...

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Bulls Show 35: Pacer Problems & The Playoff Push

Listen in as we (@TheBullsShow) react to the Bulls loss to the Pacers and look to the week ahead. We also discuss the Bulls' recent struggles and of course Derrick Rose's presumably impending return. We then wrap up the show with everything from nut-punching, world politics, and even hockey. Don't worry, it all makes sense... we think. Bulls Show 35: Pacer Problems & The Playoff Push Subscribe to The Bu ...

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Bulls Show: Nillz Hitz (Vol. 1)

The Bulls Show (@TheBullsShow) is on a break this week, but to fill the void, I’ve decided to make my own #TheReturn to blogging with this debut post I’m calling “Nillz Hitz” (it’s a working title). Hopefully more times than not, I’ll be offering some quick thoughts on recent and noteworthy events on Derrick Rose and Company. As each podcast episode disclaims, I’m no expert, no insider, no journalist – just ...

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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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NBA Playoffs: Chicago Bulls Eliminate Indiana Pacers 4-1 in Game 5 Route

As hard as the eight-seeded Indiana Pacers fought and as well as they have played, their immaturity was exposed in their 116-89 blow-out loss to the Chicago Bulls.  Derrick Rose ignited a 30-19 third quarter advantage for the Bulls and was also aggressive on the defensive end--- picking up a blocked shot on Roy Hibbert and a steal a few seconds later--- despite playing with four fouls.  Rose showed why he d ...

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Derrick Rose Misses Shootaround, in Walking Boot

Derrick Rose did not participate in a shoot around on Sunday after a left ankle sprain in the first quarter of game 4 at Indianapolis. The X-Ray results were negative, although the team doctors are re-evaluating the injury just to be safe. He is getting an MRI done today, and the results should be revealed sometime between now and Monday's practice. Rose is currently in a walking boot to allow the sprain to ...

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Joakim Noah Plays His Heart Out, Rose Sprains Ankle in Game 4 Loss

NBA Playoffs - First Round - Game 4: The Chicago Bulls once again came out struggling early in the game.  But this time, they would run out of luck in the closing minutes despite a valiant effort from Joakim Noah to trim an 18-point deficit down to one point in the final seconds of the game. The Bulls failed to execute their offense in Game 4.  And the Pacers would begin to pull away after Derrick Rose turn ...

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Derrick Rose With Game-Winning Drive as Bulls Fend Off Indiana for 3-0 Lead

NBA PLAYOFFS - First Round - Game 3: The Indiana Pacers came into this Game 3 with confidence knowing that they would be on their home court after putting forth a strong effort in the first two games in Chicago. Once again, the Indiana Pacers would be in the game late in the fourth quarter, but the Bulls executed down the closing stretch of the game. Derrick Rose hit a driving lay-up with 17 seconds in the ...

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NBA Playoffs – Game 1: Bulls Pull Off Dramatic Comeback Win, Take 1-0 Lead

The Indiana Pacers came out looking to prove like they belonged in the NBA playoffs as the eight seed, facing the first-seeded Bulls.  And it ended up turning into a dog fight down-the-stretch... Roy Hibbert made his presence known right away by making his first three field goals in the opening minutes of the game.  The Bulls' defense was powerless to stop the penetration of Darren Collison, who torched Chi ...

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