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Love to hate the Heat

Insecurities are a (insert expletive here). Most of us deal with them on a daily basis. We are insecure about our appearance, our careers, our finances and our relationships. In my opinion, that’s all normal and something we as humans naturally deal with. And having insecurities about your favorite sports team is normal too because, let’s face it, not every team is always winning championships. Teams have b ...

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Where is the love for Corey Crawford?

All the build up, analysis, and media day frenzy has lead up to this, an Original Six Stanley Cup Final matchup between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Boston Bruins. Now if you've been watching ESPN lately and been bombarded by coverage of the glorious, Miami Heat, you might not realize the historical significance of this final. The Hawks and Bruins final will be the first Original Six Finals matchup since ...

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Hawks shut out Wild, take 3-1 series lead

After the Chicago Blackhawks failed to a get a 3-0 series lead on Sunday after a loss in overtimes, they returned to action Tuesday looking to take Game 4 from the Minnesota Wild. With a victory Tuesday night, the Hawks would have a chance to close out the series Thursday night in Chicago. Despite 12 penalty minutes, including four in the first five minutes of the third period, the Hawks battled strong and ...

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Bulls rise to the enormous occasion, beat the Heat to take game 1

Bulls may still be down half their starting lineup, but they're not out. At least they don’t think so, and they proved it Monday stunning the Heat 93-86. Just shortly after AmericanAirlines Arena held an MVP ceremony honoring LeBron James, his playing was put into question and so was the play of the remaining "Big Three". Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and James combined for just 12 points in the first half. It wa ...

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Bulls Show 41: Grit & Guts

(@TheBullsShow): As the winner of our fantasy basketball league this year, our buddy Eugene is rewarded with a guest appearance on the show to discuss the Bulls' bounce back win in Brooklyn, tying the first round playoff series at one game apiece. Listen in as we three-man weave our way through the gritty defensive performance by Kirk Hinrich and the guts on display by the one-legged Joakim Noah. With the t ...

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Nets rout Bulls in a blowout in Brooklyn

It was a game one that the Bulls would like to quickly forget about. In fact, game two can't come soon enough for Chicago. The Nets started off hot in Saturday's playoff opener for both teams, and they never looked back as they cruised to a 17 point victory and 1-0 series lead over the Bulls. The game was the first playoff game of any sport for Brooklyn since 1956 when the Dodgers called Brooklyn home. The ...

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Bulls clinch 5 seed with 95-92 win over Washington

The Chicago Bulls came into tonight's game against the Washington Wizards with an almost-healthy lineup. Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson coming off of injuries returned to the lineup a week ago and are getting used to the role they will be playing in the post season. The Bulls are getting their mojo back at the right time, and look to capture the five seed, instead of the six seed. If Chicago takes the six seed, ...

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Fire Clinch Playoff Berth for First Time Since 2009!

The Fire entered the 2012 with high expectations after a late season surge in 2011 that resulted in the team almost qualifying for the playoffs after having been sitting in last in the conference for much of the season.  The surge, led by newcomers Sebastian Grazzini and Pavel Pardo in the midfield and Dominic Oduro, whom the team traded for after their first game of the season, whose resurgence into one of ...

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2012 Was Never The Year Of The Bull, But We’ve Still Got Something To Root For

With 1:20 to go in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Playoff’s first round, Derrick Rose drove to the hoop, planted his feet and hit the floor. Rose tore the ACL in his left knee, all but ending the Bulls’ playoff run just as quickly as it had began. But let’s be honest with ourselves. Did anyone really believe this was the year the Bulls would overtake the Heat in the Eastern Conference, en route to hanging ...

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