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Seattle TimesKen Bone is perfect this week in NBA playoff predictions. During the Chicago Bulls' win over the Miami Heat on Monday, the Washington State men's basketball coach sent a text to assistant Curtis Allen forecasting Nate Robinson's late-game heroics....
Tags: Chicago Bulls, Miami Heat, Football, Stephen Curry, James Harden
Chicago TribuneCHICAGO -- Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau wants his players to have the same reaction to questionable foul calls and a middle finger from a crazed-looking Heat fan clutching a purse. And that's to have no reaction at all. "You can't get wrapped up in stuff...
By tipoff of the Bulls' 88-65 blowout loss to the Heat on Monday night, it became clear the United Center crowd would begin the game as short-handed as the team it came to watch. Due to either low interest or heavy traffic related to Monday's rare rush-...
Miami HeraldThis is like watching a barely conscious prizefighter being pummeled against the ropes but unable to fall -- hard to watch but harder to look away. The Heat defeated the Bulls 88-65 on Monday at United Center to take a 3-1 lead in this soon-to-be-over,...
Despite nine technical fouls being issued, 51 personal fouls, two ejected Bulls and a foul-mouthed, finger-flipping female fan who went viral, most Heat players said the physical nature of their Game 2 rout was blown out of proportion. And that even the...
MIAMI — Chris Bosh almost laughed Thursday when a reporter asked him if the Bulls-Heat series compared to Miami's recent postseason battles with the Celtics. "Not yet," Bosh responded. "It's only been two games. Physicality is a part of the...
Tags: Miami Heat, Norris Cole, Joakim Noah, Chris Bosh, Erik Spoelstra
Observations from Monday night's 88-65 playoff victory over the Chicago Bulls at the United Center: - It could be as simple as the Bulls reaching their expiration date. - But that shouldn't take away anything from how Chris Bosh has stepped up these...
What went right for the Heat Chris Bosh got off to a fast start by scoring from the perimeter. That's usually a good sign because it frees up the paint for LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. What went wrong for the Heat They got a little too comfortable...
For RedEyeThe Bulls were in an almost-must-win situation against Miami on Monday at the United Center. Win, and they turn it into a best-of-three series. Lose, and they're practically sunk with Game 5 on Wednesday in Miami. Well, it was the second scenario that...
Nate Robinson's amazing postseason run continued Wednesday even during a 115-78 blowout loss to the Miami Heat. Although the 5-foot-9 Chicago Bulls point guard scored only 11 points on 3-for-10 shooting, Robinson dazzled with a dribble between the...
For RedEyeMeasuring the unmeasurable. Or as Hawk Harrelson says, you can't measure a player's heart. And, it pains me to say it, he's right. As proof, your Chicago Bulls. I am 1) speechless and 2) Even after Wednesday's meltdown, I'm all in. I'm ordering...
South Florida Sun SentinelQ: Hey Ira, after watching Game 4, I think it is time to shut down Dwyane Wade for the rest of the playoffs. He is completely useless out there with that knee. The Heat have enough depth around LeBron James and Chris Bosh to win a championship. Your...
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