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Chicago Bulls sign Ronnie Brewer

The Chicago Bulls have officially announced the signing of Ronnie Brewer to a contract that will last the remainder of the season. The moves comes after the Bulls officially waived rookie Erik Murphy. The 6-foot-7 guard/forward returns to the Bulls after spending part of this season with the Houston Rockets. Brewer was released from the Rockets in February. He previously played two seasons with the Bulls fr ...

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Bulls vs. Spurs Preview

For the first and only time this season, Derrick Rose leads the Bulls (28-8) into San Antonio to take on Tony Parker and the Spurs.  The Spurs are red hot as of late as it seems they have found the fountain of youth.  Winning 12 of the last 13 games, San Antonio is leading the Southwest division with a 24-10 record.  They are three and a half games ahead of their Texas rivals, the Rockets and the defending ...

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What can Derrick do to win a Championship this season?

Forget making a blockbuster deal for Dwight Howard, and forget about missing out on LeBron and D-Wade two off-seasons ago. And FORGET that every journalist and analyst is telling you that the Heat will win it all this year.  Everyone seems to overlook the Bulls, and the MVP of the league, Derrick Rose. In Englewood, Illinois born and raised, basketball sensation D Rose snagged the MVP last season by a lands ...

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Finding the Right Deal for the Chicago Bulls, Boston Celtics and Ray Allen

Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge made headlines last week when he publicly declared on WEEI in Boston that he'd consider breaking up the Big Three of Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce: "Of course if we get the opportunity to make a trade that will help our team, we'll do it" Ainge went into great detail on how former general manager and legendary head coach Red Auerbach had opportunities to ...

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Chicago Bulls: How the Rest of the Team Can Make Derrick Rose’s Life Easier

The answer to the question of how the current roster Chicago Bulls can make Derrick Rose's life easier is simple. Shoot three-pointers. Of course, it is not that simple but one of the primary ways the Bulls can utilize Rose at his full effectiveness is proper floor spacing and forcing defenses to guard the perimeter. Rose is arguably one of the NBA's fastest players as well as one of the quickest dribblers. ...

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Bulls Blow-Out Grizzlies in Home Opener, C.J. Watson Injured

Luol Deng addressed the crowd of 22,763 fans at the United Center before Sunday night's home-opener by thanking them and promising good things are to come this season. The Bulls backed-up Deng's words as they defeated the Memphis Grizzlies in a 104-64 statement game.  Zach Randolph went down early with a knee injury when teammate O.J. Mayo landed on him, and Memphis had no chance after that point. Deng put ...

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A New Era for NBA Shooting Guards And Why The Bulls Wont Sign One

The traditional shooting guard has slowly been going away in the NBA. Teams find themselves using more combo guards and point guards to cover their needs at the two. We also see a newer mold, that I would rather describe as a Shooting Forward, rather than the traditional swingman. Between rule changes and modern coaching styles, certain positions change. Sometimes there aren't enough players that fit a mold ...

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2011 Retro Bulls Series 2: Gotta Coach ‘em All

Back by popular demand. While the sports card trading companies are getting ready for the playoff surge, nearly all card sets are releasing a series two. New inserts are on their way, here are just a few of the 2011 Retro Bulls series 2 cards. You can see the original 2011 Retro Bulls here. Extra recognition went out to Derrick Rose.                     ...

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Brewer, Noah Injured But Bulls Finally Get Revenge Against Knicks

The Chicago Bulls finally got vengeance for their two losses endured earlier in the season against the New York Knicks on Tuesday night, but it might have come at a price. Ronnie Brewer endured a right thumb injury while attempting to call a timeout in a mad scramble for a loose ball during the second period.  Later in the game, Joakim Noah stepped on the Knicks' Bill Walker's foot and rolled his already-in ...

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Rose Splashes In 4 Three-Pointers as Bulls Light Up Rockets

When the fourth quarter began, the Chicago Bulls were trailing the Houston Rockets, 71-63, and Derrick Rose had 16 points.  That did not last long as the Bulls’ phenom point guard splashed in a 27-foot jump shot in the opening possession of the period.  He seemed as though he had a chip on his shoulder, after falling on the short end of a few disputed foul calls prior to that point in the game.  Derrick the ...

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