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Tribune reporterLindsey Hunter has seen this movie before: A taut game, a leader needed and Chauncey Billups in the thick of it all. "He's a winner," Hunter said of his former Pistons teammate. The Bulls blew a prime opportunity Sunday night at the Pepsi Center,...
Tribune reporterYou can quibble over the Bulls' stunning 130-127 double-overtime loss to the Heat Monday night and look at their 23 turnovers and critical missed free throws. You can question why Derrick Rose didn't have the ball at the end and Ben Gordon never got a...
Tribune staff reporterPerhaps this is to solve the Bulls' big man woes: Start four guards. Better yet, this is the way to respond to an embarrassing 42-point loss the previous game: Move the ball, shoot well and put it in Derrick Rose's hands down the stretch. Rose scored 23...
Tribune reporterBOSTON — Joakim Noah sat in stunned silence late Monday night, ice packs on both knees, a blank stare on his sour face. The Bulls had just lost a 118-115 gut-wrencher to the Celtics, tying their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series at a game...
Tribune reporterCommissioner David Stern joked before Thursday night's Game 3 that Bulls Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf had called him the Grim Reaper because of home teams' tendency to lose when Stern attends their playoff games. The Bulls' 107-86 loss to the Celtics,...
Tribune reporterORLANDO — Maybe it's time to go bowling again. For the sake of Earl Anthony's memory, let's hope the Bulls were better at their off-day diversion than they were playing basketball Wednesday night when they stunk up Amway Arena in a 107-79 pasting...
BOSTON — Derrick Rose even treats making history casually, shrugging off any superlatives that aren't associated with the final score. Minutes after he tied Lew Alcindor's 39-year-old NBA playoff record with 36 points in a rookie playoff debut, all...
Tribune reporterWith Tim Thomas still out East, Jerome James still injured and John Salmons and Brad Miller in street clothes, the Bulls dressed eight players Friday night at the United Center. "Seven-and-a-half," cracked Lindsey Hunter, in a nod to his 38 years....
Tribune staff reporterAfter Monday morning's shootaround, Bill Cartwright skipped the team bus and took a 20-minute walk back to the team hotel, worrying about all the ways his team could underestimate the undermanned Raptors. What's the walk back to Chicago from Ontario? A...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bulls-Pistons playoff battles from the late 1980s and early 1990s are legendary physical affairs, all sharp elbows, hard fouls and painful grimaces. The rivalry circa 2005 isn't there--yet. But this game looked suspiciously familiar to those classic...
Tribune staff reporterScott Skiles just about separated a shoulder, such was the ferocity of his fist pump. Tyson Chandler leaped in celebration as if he were snaring a rebound high above the rim. Ben Gordon, the rookie guard who created the mayhem with a cool-as-ice, 19-...
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