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Kyrie Irving wants to play Jimmy Butler 1-on-1

Kyrie Irving is coming off a championship season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, while Jimmy Butler's Chicago Bulls are trending the opposite way. Both were selected to Team USA and will represent the country at the 2016 Olympics in Rio later in August. The two will see plenty of each other in practice but Iriving wants to take it a step further. Irving wants to challenge Jimmy G. Buckets - the G stands for g ...

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Bulls Show 50: All Schedule Everything

With not much else to talk about, we breakdown all 82 games on the Bulls' upcoming schedule... not really, but we do identify some of the season's anticipated high and low lights. We also discuss more free agency acquisitions by Eastern conference foes, and Mitch puts on his attorney hat to defend Michael Beasley. Bulls Show 50: All Schedule Everything Subscribe to The Bulls Show on iTunes. Follow Mitch ...

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Bulls Show: Nillz Hitz (All-Star Weekend Edition)

A recap of the NBA's version of Super Bowl weekend. ALRIGHT ALRIGHT ALRIGHT. NBA All-Star weekend kicked off Friday night with the celebrity game. Kevin Hart became the first participant to win MVP two years in a row after the West defeated the East 58-38. After catching a brief highlight of the MVP, Nillzgal sincerely asked why Nate Robinson was playing in the event. TEAGUE PASS ALERT. Jeff Teague of the A ...

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Bulls Hot in Cleveland

The Bulls travel to Cleveland to face a well rounded Cavalier team. Reigning Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving starts the season healthy, along with Cleveland's Center, Anderson Varejao(who also grabbed 23 boards in his regular season debut.) Kirk and Boozer started the game on fire. Carlos Boozer hit 5 of his first 6 shots to finish the half with 12 points. Behind a 67% first half shooting performance and ra ...

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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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