You Are Here: Home » Posts tagged "Los Angeles Lakers"

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 ...

Read more

Bulls Show 32: Recaps, Road Trips, Rumors & Report Cards (Part 2)

In the second of our "back to back," class is in session with Professor Mitch & Nillz as we dish out mid-season grades to the Bulls, currently 4th in the Eastern conference. We also preview all-star weekend and touch on the latest NBA news & notes in the world-famous 2-man Fastbreak. Bulls Show 32: Recaps, Road Trips, Rumors & Report Cards (Part 2) Click here for Part 1 (Episode 31). Subscribe t ...

Read more

Bulls Show 31: Recaps, Road Trips, Rumors & Report Cards (Part 1)

After a 2 week hiatus, Mitch & Nillz return with unexpected back to back episodes. In part 1, we reflect on the smack down laid by San Antonio's JV team and the recent 6 game road trip. Mitch then does his best GarPax impersonation and decides whether he would accept the recently rumored trades involving the Bulls. Bulls Show 31: Recaps, Road Trips, Rumors & Report Cards (Part 1) Check back later to ...

Read more

Bulls Show 29: The Examiner’s Chris Cason

Mitch & Nillz (@TheBullsShow) welcome to the show Bulls beat writer and insider Chris Cason (@C4DUNK) of Examiner.com. Chris dishes on the controversy surrounding Joakim Noah's benching and the emergence of Jimmy Butler from Friday night's loss to Memphis. Listen in as Chris also shares his insight on this Bulls season, including the team's playoff chances and the timetable of Derrick Rose's return. Bul ...

Read more

Derrick Rose Hits Game-Winner to sink the Lakers on Opening Day

The Chicago Bulls looked to make a statement in the Staples Center early in the game, on Christmas Day, against Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and the L.A. Lakers after an extra-long off-season. The Bulls took advantage of the absence of Andrew Bynum and their offense allowed them to cruise to a 56-49 lead at the end of the first half. However, in the third quarter, the Lakers' defense held the Bulls to 12 points a ...

Read more

Chicago Bulls – Into The Vault: 1991 NBA Finals Clincher

Every Monday, we at Chicitysports.com will bring you a historic moment in Chicago Bulls' history as we endure this long NBA lock-out. Wed., June, 12, 1991 LOS ANGELES, CA. --- Here, in episode two, we take a journey back to Game 5 of the 1991 NBA Finals, in which the proverbial torch was passed from Magic Johnson's Lakers, who won five championships in the 1980's, to Michael Jordan's Bulls of the 1990's. Wa ...

Read more

Rose, Chicago Bulls Beat L.A. Amidst MVP Chants

In a very low scoring first half, the Bulls managed to stay within reach after being almost completely shut down by the Lakers' defense in the first quarter.  Pau Gasol and Kobe Bryant provided all of the offense for the Lakers as nearly every Bulls' position seemed to end with a steal, blocked shot attempt or missed lay-up. However, the Bulls played great defense in the second quarter - outscoring the lack ...

Read more

Bulls can’t handle Lakers in the 4th

A lot of turnovers prevented the Bulls from at least having the lead at halftime -- that and Shannon Brown. When the Bulls and Lakers went to half with the score 49-51, Brown had 18 points in 14 minutes. This included four three-pointers, and he did a lot to crush the Bulls while they were holding on tight with most of their starters out of the game. As for the turnovers, some were inevitable. The Bulls loo ...

Read more

Kobe Bryant: Is the Lakers Star the NBA’s New Knight in Shining Armor

It may have taken his whole career to get to this point.  But, the Los Angeles Lakers' superstar Kobe Bryant is now in a position to become the new hero of the NBA.  With the formidable three-headed dragon growling in Miami, he could be the only one in the league that can slay the monster.  And outside South Beach, that is something that most NBA fans (and league officials) would love to see. The new "Super ...

Read more

Bullseye View: Bulls-Lakers 2011 Finals Preview?

The 2009-10 season is over. The Los Angeles Lakers have defended their title and have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are still the best team in the NBA. Chicago Bulls' fans are well-accustomed to seeing Phil Jackson win. He won six rings here and we watched the man win five more as coach of the Los Angeles Lakers from 2000-2010. As the July 1st start date for free-agency looms, we ponder certai ...

Read more
Scroll to top