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Bulls Show: Nillz Hitz (Vol. 3)

A lot of words on the "nothingness" of the latest D. Rose updates and a quick update on the downward trending Bulls. D-RAMA. First we had LeBron’s “Decision,” last year we endured Howard’s “Dwightmare,” now the NBA’s biggest off court storyline this season is developing into Rose’s “D-Rama.” It has been a rather turbulent few days for the Bulls, their former MVP, and fans. On Tuesday, Jeff Zillgitt of the U ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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Bulls Show 26: What, Us Worry?

In their first podcast of the new year, Mitch & Nillz give their thoughts on the Bulls' last two weeks. Despite the "holiday horrors" where the Bulls lost 3 out of 4 games, the guys aren't ready to hit the panic button just yet as they recap the bounce back win in Orlando and prepare for the showdown in Miami. With trade season upon us, Mitch & Nillz also speculate and address Bulls' personnel possi ...

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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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The Chicago Bulls Top 10 Regular Season “Openers”

(@TheBullsShow) Despite a premature exit from last year’s playoffs and an offseason marred by rehab and replacements, fans should be nonetheless excited for the official return of Chicago Bulls basketball. After a summer of inactivity (beyond questionable decisions by management), this reformed roster begins their 2012/13  regular season campaign on Halloween at home against the Sacramento Kings. In a matte ...

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The “Big O” Orlando Woolridge Dies

Former NBA player and Chicago Bulls star Orlando Woolridge is dead at age 52 after battling a chronic heart condition, according to the Shreveport Times. Known for his spectacular dunks, Woolridge played five seasons with the Bulls and will be remembered as an electrifying player but enigmatic person. Woolridge was a standout at the University of Notre Dame. He led his teams to dramatic upsets of the nation ...

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Dengerous on the Home Floor: Bulls over Bobcats

Michael Jordan owns the Charlotte Bobcats. The Bobcats, they are owned by Michael Jordan. Jordan Jordan Jordan...... I just wanted to get that out of the way. It seems like the only attribute to the Charlotte Bobcats, that is noticed outside of their fanbase, has been the owner. We have to look forward at this team and what they have. Michael isn't going up against the Bulls, so repeating this well known fa ...

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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 ...

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Hidden Gem on Johnny Bach

Some of you might remember Bulls former assistant, and defensive specialist coach, Johnny Bach. He spent time on the staff between 1986 and 1993, and partook in the Bulls first Three Peat and one blogger had the opportunity to sit down, and have a detailed rendezvous on the Jordan years, among other things Bulls. Bach truly loved the game of basketball, and you rarely saw him without a smile on his face. He ...

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