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The latest Melo to Chicago Rumor

Here we go again; Melo to the Bulls talk continues to swirl around the NBA and Twitter. The latest rumor, as reported by Hoops-Nation.com, has Melo landing in Chicago along with Raymond Felton and Iman Shumpert. In return the Knicks will reportedly receive Carlos Boozer, Kirk Hinrich, Tony Snell, Jimmy Butler, and likely a first round pick as well. This could be beneficial for both teams involved. The Knick ...

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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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D-league point guard back in Chicago

Being a married man, I hardly get to say those three words that always feel so good to say. Or those four words that feel so good to rub in another’s face after proving them wrong. Now my podcast partner and dear friend @BullsZoneJason would kindly encourage me to take the high road here but I’ll leave the “high road” for the potheads and I’ll just be myself. I was right and I told you so! Marquis Teague is ...

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Bulls season on life support as Heat take game 4

The Bulls started off sluggish, and it didn't get much better as they dropped Game 4 at home to the Miami Heat. Chicago started 1-12 from the field. Chris Bosh started his game on 4-5 shooting, while Nate Robinson and Marco Belinelli started their games on 1-8 shooting. Everything Chicago did, Miami could do better. The Heat possessed great ball control and ball movement. On defense, Miami did a great job o ...

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Bulls Show 44: Pride & Disappointment

@TheBullsShow: We analyze and discuss how the Bulls fell short in game 3 despite their valiant effort. What needs to change heading into Monday's game 4? Even though the series is far from over, we also examine the Bulls chances against the Heat in the future with a full roster and try not to sulk in this year's lost opportunity. Be sure to also listen to the very end to help celebrate the show's birthday! ...

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Bulls Show 43: Bullieve?

The battered, but not broken Bulls stunned the rested, but rusty Miami Heat in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semi-finals, and we try to make sense of it all. Listen in as we bask in the glory of arguably the greatest two game stretch in Bulls playoff history. How is this happening? We don't really know, but no hyperbole is safe. One game doesn't make a series, but does one game have us drinking the kool- ...

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Bulls Show 42: Nate It or Love It

Our new "Big 3" talk about the highs & lows between games four and five, and the uncertainty surrounding game 6. After a few days removed from Saturday's triple overtime thriller, listen in to see if we can provide proper (and coherent) perspective on the Bulls epic comeback. Also, is Thursday night a must win for the Bulls? Will this be our last recording during the season? Could/should the offseason f ...

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Robinson and the Bulls steal game 4 in a triple OT showdown

Nate Robinson and the comeback. The Nets couldn't get into a groove early, with four turnovers in the beginning minutes. The Chicago defense and crowd were giving it to Brooklyn early. Jimmy Butler had an electric and-one layup, putting the United Center fans on their feet. The Bulls were inspired by the hustle of Joakim Noah. Noah was playing with placer fasciitis in his foot, but so was Brooklyn shooting ...

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Bulls roar back, take game 2 and tie series

Chicago was trying to avoid another embarrassing playoff performance and earn a series tie, and the Bulls did just that. Chicago Came out of the gates playing strong defense. Joakim Noah playing with a foot injury, did a great job early in the first quarter defending and out-rebounding Brooklyn Center Brook Lopez. Joakim was playing on one foot and a big heart, he wouldn't miss the playoffs for the world. P ...

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Bulls, Nets set to open first round series

It's not the starting lineup Bulls fans expected to see come playoff time. But in reality, the Chicago Bulls have to deal with it and hope for the best. The  Bulls head into their opening round playoff series against the Brooklyn Nets a little banged up. Derrick Rose still hasn't returned from his ACL injury in Game one of last seasons opening round. To make matters worse, the Bulls could be without startin ...

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