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Bulls win season opener 104-80

The 2014-15 edition of the Running of the Chicago Bulls is back, and boy did they look good against the New York Knicks. Their 104-80 win had many positive points and if you did not notice, the minutes were spread out evenly. Coming into the season the biggest concerns were Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah’s legs. Coach Tom Thibodeau said that they would be monitored to start the season and he stuck by his word ...

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Knicks dreaming of coach Thibs

The Chicago Bulls have several important assets. They have Derrick Rose who is obviously their best player,  the mysterious Charlotte pick and  Nikola Mirotic, who is said to be the next Toni Kukoc (we hope). However the Bulls’ most important asset, one who cannot miss seasons and playoff games due to injury, is none other than Coach Tom Thibodeau. Coaches like Thibodeau don’t come around often. If they do ...

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Butler, Robinson shine in OT thriller

By Riley Christiano Bulls Beat Writer Yet another night for the Chicago Bulls, where coach Tom Thibodeau sent out an injury plagued line-up onto the court to take on one of the top teams in the East, this time they faced the streaking New York Knicks. Coming into tonight, the Knicks have won 13 straight games but the Bulls were more than prepared to take down another elite team.  The Bulls welcomed back Luo ...

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In the Christmas Spirit: Top 5 Chicago Sports Moments on Christmas Day

Since it's Christmas and we here at ChiCitySports.com are in the holiday spirit, we figured we would throw together a list of the best Chicago Sports moments that occurred on Christmas Day. Now before we start, let's discuss this list a little bit. The list is defiantly Chicago Bulls heavy. Why? Because other Chicago teams rarely play on Christmas. The Bears have played twice (both against the Packers), and ...

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Bulls Show 21: The Circus Slump

Mitch & Nillz (@TheBullsShow) discuss an underwhelming week for the Bulls that featured 3 losses in 4 games and the start of the annual "Circus" road trip. You hosts describe their concerns that may extend beyond anything Derrick Rose can resolve. The guys also share their thoughts on other NBA topics such as the Lakers' hiring of Mike D'Antoni, title contenders/pretenders, and what the (bleep) is up wi ...

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Bulls Show 20 – The Team of Glass Continues to Win Ugly

(@TheBullsShow) It's Saturday Night Live with your hosts, Mitch & Nillz! The guys demonstrate their dedication to the show (or social deficiencies) by recording episode 20 after the Bulls victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves. Mitch & Nillz recap a 2-1 week where there was reason for optimism... and then there was Carlos Boozer. Can "Captain Save-A-Booze" (Mitch) make a convincing argument that th ...

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Rip’s Big 3rd Quarter Leads Bulls To Victory Over Knicks

When the Bulls met the Knicks Sunday afternoon at Madison Square Garden, they squandered a 10-point lead with 3:45 remaining in the fourth quarter. The Knicks clawed their way back to tie it in regulation, and win the game in overtime. Tonight, when the two teams met for a rematch at the United Center, there would be no comeback. The Bulls took the lead early in the second quarter, and held on the rest of t ...

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Bulls Top Knicks Behind Big Games From Rose, Gibson

The shorthanded Bulls got off to a slow start, but were able to rebound (literally and figuratively) in the second half, handing the Knicks their sixth straight loss with a 104-99 victory. New York took a 50-48 lead into the locker room at halftime, but were outworked, out-willed and out-hustled in the second half. Chicago didn't shoot a great percentage (43% to New York's 46%) but their big men pounded the ...

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