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Chicago Bulls Offseason Preview: The Free Agents

This is Part 2 of a three-part series outlining potential targets for the Chicago Bulls this off-season Part 1: Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Love In Part 1, I gave a stern warning. Even though the Chicago Bulls have a legitimate shot at Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Love, it’s always smart to have a backup plan. In 2010, the Bulls missed out on the likes of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and Joe Johnson (t ...

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Bulls Show 70: The Cartier Martin Effect

We analyze the streaking Bulls, winners of 5 straight and sitting in 5th place of the Leastern Conference. We also dissect Joakim Noah’s recent comments against tanking and predict where the Bulls go from here now that the dust from the Luol Deng trade has settled. Listen: Bulls Show 70 - The Cartier Martin Effect Like what you’re hearing? Follow us @theBullsShow and subscribe to all of our podcasts on iTun ...

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Bulls Show 69: Tax Cuts

The Bulls’ trade of Luol Deng is reason enough to bring you our first pod of the new year. Listen as Mitch, Nillz, and E express their disappointment (or excitement?) about Deng’s departure. Are fans ready to weather management’s rebuilding effort? Bulls Show 69: Tax Cuts Like what you’re hearing? Follow us @theBullsShow and subscribe to all of our podcasts on iTunes. ...

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Luol Deng Trade Sets Chicago Bulls Up for Future Championship Run

Chicago Bulls small forward Luol Deng was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers according to ESPN's Brian Windhorst. The trade will reportedly bring Chicago three draft picks and the right to swap draft picks with Cleveland in 2015. With the trade, the Bulls make a statement about their future direction. Details The Bulls acquired three picks in the trade. The Bulls get the Sacramento Kings' pick, top-12 protec ...

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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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Bulls Show 67: Trends & Troubles

Nillz is back, still not emotionally recovered from the devastating loss of Derrick Rose. He joins Mitch to identify and discuss the current trends of this godforsaken season. Listen in to hear the root and silver linings of the Bulls’ latest struggles. We also take a look around the league in another thrilling segment of “The Fastbreak.” Bulls Show 67: Trends & Troubles Like what you're hearing? Follow ...

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With Rose out for the season, it’s time to look at the Bulls options

Derrick Rose is done. Rose underwent surgery to repair his torn meniscus on Monday and was promptly ruled out for the rest of the 2013-14 season. The former MVP tore his medial meniscus against the Portland Trailblazers on Nov. 22. The Bulls front office has some thinking to do, to say the least. Last season the Bulls were fortunate in that they knew Rose would be out for the majority of the season, so they ...

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Central Division showdown: Bulls vs Pacers

Tonight the Bulls and Pacer will face off in an actual meaningful game. This game will feature some of the most physical basketball you’ll see around the NBA.  Defense will be played as if lives depended on it. The impressive front courts of both Central Division teams will kill for rebounds. And with the sudden emergence of Paul George, star power will be in full affect when Rose and the Bulls hit the cour ...

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Rose comes through in the clutch

On Halloween night at the United Center it wasn’t the ghost and ghouls in the crowd that were scary; it was the play of the Chicago Bulls versus the New York Knicks. But in the end it was Rose who out-clutched Melo to send the sell-out crowd into a frenzy and to give the Bulls that vital W on opening night in Chicago. After another horrible shooting performance going 7 for 23 from the field, Rose drove the ...

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George Hill takes offense to Rose’s comments

After the butt kicking the Bulls gave the Pacers last Friday night, Rose was asked about the rivalry between the two central division teams by everyone’s favorite Bulls insider, Nick Friedell. Here’s what Rose had to say: “People say that it's a rivalry, but I don't really see it. I say the team that is more like a rivalry is when Darren Collison was on the team. That one was more like a rivalry, but this t ...

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