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Prospects Bulls Should Target in 2015 Draft

In this year's draft the Chicago Bulls have only one pick, the 22nd pick of the first round. With at least four roster spots to fill and many players currently on the team getting older, Chicago should look to draft a player that can make a solid contribution coming off the bench from day one and possibly one day take over for some of their aging players. Much of the big names will be long gone by the time ...

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Taj Gibson to miss four months to recover from surgery

Chicago Bulls power forward Taj Gibson is expected to miss approximately four months after receiving surgery on his left ankle. Dr. David Porter, a foot specialist from Indianapolis, performed arthroscopic surgery on Gibson's left ankle on Tuesday. The cleaning and repairing of the ankle was successful and the Bulls stated that Gibson has already begun his rehabilitation for his left ankle. Gibson is likely ...

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Thibodeau-led Bulls set for third try at LeBron James in NBA Playoffs

For the last five years, the biggest obstacle standing in the way of the Chicago Bulls and a shot at a championship is Cleveland's LeBron James. His teams have dominated the Eastern conference for half a decade now and the road to the finals inevitably goes through him. This will be the 5th playoff appearance for the Bulls with Tom Thibodeau as head coach and the third time they will have faced a LeBron-led ...

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NBA Playoffs: 3 Things Bulls Must Improve For Round 2

In the first round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs, the Chicago Bulls defeated the Milwaukee Bucks in six games to advance to the 2nd round. Although the Bulls crushed the Bucks in game six 120-66, overall in the series they did not play as well as they are capable of. In round two they will face LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, who will pose as a much tougher challenge than Milwaukee did. If Ch ...

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Bulls win season opener 104-80

The 2014-15 edition of the Running of the Chicago Bulls is back, and boy did they look good against the New York Knicks. Their 104-80 win had many positive points and if you did not notice, the minutes were spread out evenly. Coming into the season the biggest concerns were Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah’s legs. Coach Tom Thibodeau said that they would be monitored to start the season and he stuck by his word ...

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Chicago Bulls Player Value Rankings, Part 3

In Parts 1 and 2 of this series I still didn't reach the heart of the Bulls' attack. Part 3 delves into two players that will be pivotal to the Bulls' success this season. GROUP D: “The Veteran Forwards” 8.) Pau Gasol Yep. The Bulls' biggest signing of the summer comes in at just eighth on this list. That gives you an idea of how much better the Bulls’ offseason could’ve been. No Melo and no Love, but inste ...

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Free Agents Fits: Nikola Mirotic

This is the second part of a two-part series analyzing the Bulls’ free-agent signings this summer. The first installment on Pau Gasol can be read here. The wait is over. Nikola Mirotic, who the Bulls selected with the 23rd pick in the 2011 draft, is finally coming over to the NBA. Before delving into how the European star will fit into the Bulls rotation this season, we first have to look at his ridiculous ...

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Chicago Bulls Summer League Recap

The Chicago Bulls won their third straight game with a blow out win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday afternoon. Six Bulls players scored in double digits, led by Doug McDermott’s twenty points. McDermott was impressive once again, coming off a thirty-one-point performance against the Nuggets on Sunday night. The Chicago Bulls finished up 3-0 and snagged the top seed in the NBA Summer League. The B ...

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Summer League Recap: Days 1 and 2

NBA Summer League Day 1 I'll be in Las Vegas for the entirety of the NBA Summer League, attending and writing about all of the Bulls' games among others. Game 1: New York Knicks vs. Dallas Mavericks Eric Griffin on the Mavericks squad is a freak athlete who had a monster slam. He followed up with a nice game on Saturday vs. Timberwolves. The Knicks had a few notable players in today's game. Tim Hardaway Jr. ...

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Chicago Bulls Offseason Thoughts

This offseason the Bulls must make moves. And there’s no reason they can’t – elite players are available via both trade and free agency, and Chicago has the room to maneuver. A necessary first step: Carlos Boozer must be amnestied unless the Bulls somehow find a team willing to assume his ridiculous $17 million salary as he heads into the final year of his contact. Taj Gibson would perfectly suitable replac ...

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