| Dec 28, 2007
| 9:12 PM
Jim Boylan's Friday started at 6 a.m. with his Labrador retriever staring him in the face, demanding a walk, and piles of garbage and recycling to take to the curb.
It ended, near 10 p.m., with him strolling down a United Center hallway, a 103-99 Bulls...
| Jan 2, 2008
| 10:27 PM
The teasing of Joakim Noah began early Wednesday, with Ben Gordon joking at the morning shootaround that Noah can't dunk so why bother throwing him a lob pass.
It continued before the Bulls' 109-97 victory over the Bobcats, with Ben Wallace claiming...
| Jan 5, 2008
| 10:15 PM
After the drama of the Bulls' 94-93 victory over the Kings ended Saturday night, the comedy began.
"I don't know if I could've taken another overtime game, so I'm glad I sent my best free-throw shooter to the line and he came through," interim coach...
| Jan 8, 2008
| 10:23 PM
Since Jim Boylan took over as coach, the Bulls have squeaked by a Kings team missing its top two scorers and four rotation players.
They have dawdled for most of three quarters against a listless Bobcats team before pulling away for a convincing victory....
| Jan 11, 2008
| 9:07 PM
This is how you bury a bad home loss and open a critical, four-game trip.
This is how you answer critics, overcome injury and illness and put a foolish rookie mistake in the background.
With Luol Deng sidelined, the flu bug sweeping through the team and...
| Jan 13, 2008
| 7:09 PM
The Bulls did a better job of defending assistant coach Ron Adams' authority than the Hawks.
After voting to make Joakim Noah sit for a second game as punishment for his tirade against Adams on Friday, the Bulls repeatedly were burned in transition...
| Jan 15, 2008
| 9:44 PM
It was the kind of game Tuesday night in which no one would have been surprised if the Bulls players suspended themselves.
They certainly suspended their effort, energy and enthusiasm in a 102-88 surrender to the Orlando Magic, a team its own coach...
| Jan 16, 2008
| 8:59 PM
Happy days are here again?
It sure looked that way Wednesday night as the dark cloud hanging over the Bulls after almost a week of controversy and losses cleared with a 126-96 rout of the Miami Heat despite the return of Shaquille O'Neal.
| Jan 18, 2008
| 11:06 PM
Did you hear the one about the NBA team that started a stretch of six of seven home games Friday night at the United Center, a prime opportunity to make up lost ground and turn negative headlines into positive ones?
"I've been addressing a lot of...
| Jan 21, 2008
| 9:03 PM
This was going to be the stretch.
Riding high after an impressive victory over the Pistons and beginning a string of seven of eight games against teams with sub-.500 records, Monday afternoon at FedExForum is when the Bulls were going to make their move....
| Jan 22, 2008
| 3:11 PM
I recall that at the time of the Tyson Chandler trade, many people predicted that the Bulls would regret getting Wallace in a year or two. He was already slipping. Also, obtaining Wallace did not mean the Bulls had to give away Tyson Chandler for almost...