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Blog a Bull Nov 5, 2018
Chicago Bulls vs. New York Knicks preview, injury report, lineups

Chicago Bulls vs. New York Knicks preview, injury report, lineups

No Lauri; Porzingis battle Chicago Bulls (2-8) at New York Knicks (3-7) Madison Square Garden 6:30 p.m., WGN Injury Report: Our guys, Bobby Portis, Lauri Markkanen, Denzel Valentine, and Kris Dunn all remain out for extended periods of time. The Knicks have also had some long-term injuries afflicting their rotation, with Kristaps Porzingis recovering from his ACL tear last season, and Courtney Lee yet to play this year after suffering a neck sprain preseason. But rookie Kevin Knox, who had some highlights for a couple games before missing time with a nasty ankle sprain, may be back...
Blog a Bull Oct 31, 2018
Bulls vs. Nuggets game preview and open thread

Bulls vs. Nuggets game preview and open thread

Can’t be worse than Monday, right? Chicago Bulls (2-5) vs. Denver Nuggets (5-1) 7 p.m., NBC Sports Chicago Jabari Parker will get his first start as a Chicago Bull tonight. Paul Millsap is a mountainous, physical big so that’s the reason behind starting Parker over Chandler Hutchison. Injury Report: If you got the team option on your contract picked up by the Bulls yesterday, then you are also probably injured. Bobby Portis, who didn’t get his team option picked up today but is still injured, did have a money quote today. Not gonna lie: Kind of missed the intensity of Bobby Portis...
Blog a Bull Oct 29, 2018
Bulls vs. Warriors Game Preview and OPEN THREAD

Bulls vs. Warriors Game Preview and OPEN THREAD

close your eyes and pray Chicago Bulls (2-4) vs. Golden State Warriors (6-1) 7 p.m., WGN Injury Report: As usual, the Chicago Bulls injury report reads like a Stephen King horror novel. K.C. Johnson hilariously summed it up. Bobby Portis is riding a stationary bike. Lauri Markkanen is sitting on a trainers table. Kris Dunn and Denzel Valentine are sitting on folding chairs. This has been your injured Bulls update.— K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop) October 28, 2018 For the Warriors, Shaun Livingston is doubtful for tonight. Not that this moves the needle much considering all the other bullets...
Golden State Of Mind Oct 29, 2018
Preview: Chicago and Golden State are trending in opposite directions

Preview: Chicago and Golden State are trending in opposite directions

After sweeping the New York teams, the Warriors travel to Chicago to face the the very young and very injured Bulls. Game Details WHO: Golden State Warriors (6-1) at Chicago Bulls (2-4) WHEN: Monday, October 29 at 5:00 p.m. PST WHERE: United Center — Chicago, IL HOW TO WATCH: NBC Sports Bay Area BLOG BUDDY: Blog a Bull Injuries Warriors: DeMarcus Cousins (left Achilles) out. Bulls: Bobby Portis (sprained MCL, out), Lauri Markkanen (elbow, out), Denzel Valentine (ankle, out), Kris Dunn (knee, out) Injuries vs. no injuries The Bulls were never going to be good this season, but nobody...
Peachtree Hoops Oct 27, 2018
Preview: Hawks host Bulls in search of third straight win

Preview: Hawks host Bulls in search of third straight win

Saturday night hoops in Atlanta. State Farm Arena is now open and the Atlanta Hawks provided an evening to remember on Wednesday with a 26-point comeback in an exciting victory. On Saturday, the pomp and circumstance of a grand opening evaporates but, as the Chicago Bulls visit for the evening, the Hawks seek a third consecutive win. The Bulls enter on the second night of a back-to-back and with plenty of injury concerns. Chicago will be without Lauri Markkanen, Kris Dunn and Bobby Portis for this contest and, while the team does have some remaining offensive firepower with Zach LaVine,...
ClutchPoints Oct 26, 2018
Bulls rookie Chandler Hutchison to start in place of injured Bobby Portis

Bulls rookie Chandler Hutchison to start in place of injured Bobby Portis

With Chicago Bulls starting power forward Bobby Portis slated to miss the next 4-6 weeks with a sprained MCL in his right knee, rookie Chandler Hutchison will start in his place Friday night against the Charlotte Hornets, according to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. The Bulls drafted Hutchison with the 22nd overall pick in the […] The post Bulls rookie Chandler Hutchison to start in place of injured Bobby Portis appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Hoops Habit Oct 26, 2018

Chicago Bulls: 3 biggest takeaways from Bobby Portis’ MCL injury

Chicago Bulls forward Bobby Portis went down with an MCL injury during the team’s 112-110 recent win over the Charlotte Hornets. Here are the biggest takeaways from this recent development. After dropping their first three games for the second straight season, the Chicago Bulls finally broke into the win column with a 112-110 victory over […] Chicago Bulls: 3 biggest takeaways from Bobby Portis’ MCL injury - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
Pippen Ain't Easy Oct 25, 2018

Chicago Bulls: Bobby Portis out 4-6 weeks with a right MCL sprain

The Chicago Bulls have suffered yet another casualty to the injury bug. This time, it is Bobby Portis. He suffered an MCL sprain in his right knee and will not return for 4-6 weeks. The hits continue to hit the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls announced that Bobby Portis suffered an MCL sprain will be out […] Chicago Bulls: Bobby Portis out 4-6 weeks with a right MCL sprain - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Blog a Bull Oct 25, 2018
Bobby Portis now ALSO has a sprained MCL

Bobby Portis now ALSO has a sprained MCL

Bulls can’t catch a break, but they can catch some sprains! Bobby Portis exited last night’s game after getting his knee ran into, and the scan results were not great: Sources on @TheAthletic @WatchStadium: Chicago Bulls forward Bobby Portis has suffered a sprained MCL in his right knee and is expected to miss several weeks.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) October 25, 2018 There’s a wide variance in these sprains, but for reference Kris Dunn just suffered one and he was ruled out for 4-6 weeks. The Bulls came into a logjammed frontcourt, but now losing Portis on top of...
ClutchPoints Oct 25, 2018
Report: Bulls’ Bobby Portis to miss 4-6 weeks with knee injury

Report: Bulls’ Bobby Portis to miss 4-6 weeks with knee injury

The Chicago Bulls notched their first win of the season on Wednesday, defeating the Charlotte Hornets by a final score of 112-110. However, it came with a big price, with multiple reports emerging that starting power forward Bobby Portis is set to miss four to six weeks due to a knee injury he sustained during […] The post Report: Bulls’ Bobby Portis to miss 4-6 weeks with knee injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Blog a Bull Oct 24, 2018
LaVine, Payne (!?!?) lead Bulls to first win of season

LaVine, Payne (!?!?) lead Bulls to first win of season

LaVine’s 32 points, Payne’s seven (!!!) triples give Bulls a win, but Bobby Portis joins the list of the walking wounded With the Bulls off to an 0-3 start and Kris Dunn on the shelf for at least a month, things weren’t looking up as the Hornets came to town. Naturally, the Bulls pulled out their first win of the season thanks to a whole lot of Zach LaVine and the game of a lifetime for Dunn’s replacement, Cameron Payne. LaVine made all the big plays down the stretch, scoring the final six points and hitting two free throws with 0.5 seconds left to give the Bulls a 112-110 win....
ClutchPoints Oct 24, 2018
Bobby Portis emasculates defender with insane dunk

Bobby Portis emasculates defender with insane dunk

The Chicago Bulls hosted the Charlotte Hornets Wednesday, and Bulls power forward Bobby Portis had a monster poster dunk on Hornets wing Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. Portis is a passionate player. He wears his emotions on his sleeve. He’s also a really good rim roller, as you’re about to see: Bobby Portis
Blog a Bull Oct 23, 2018
Bulls vs. Mavericks recap: How the Bulls lost the the plot in the 4th quarter

Bulls vs. Mavericks recap: How the Bulls lost the the plot in the 4th quarter

The Bulls were in the game until the final period and it all unraveled Heading into the fourth quarter against the Dallas Mavericks, the Chicago Bulls had a really good chance to win the game, only down 88-84 and having Zach LaVine on fire from the field. Fast forward a little over halfway through the quarter, it’s 109-95, and the Bulls are suddenly out of it. It was a whirlwind of points scored in the first chunk of the 4th by Dallas, accumulating to 21 points in the first 8 minutes. Fred Hoiberg rolled out a lineup to start the quarter which featured Bobby Portis and Jabari Parker in...
Blog a Bull Oct 22, 2018
Jay joins CLTV’s Sports Feed to talk the Bulls’ 0-2 start

Jay joins CLTV’s Sports Feed to talk the Bulls’ 0-2 start

Talking Fred Hoiberg’s late lineup decision, the defense, Zach LaVine and more The Bulls have started the season 0-2 after a tough loss to the Pistons on Saturday night. While the Bulls were non-competitive after the first quarter against the 76ers, the Pistons game was mostly tight throughout and came down to the final possession. Fred Hoiberg made the curious choice to go with a frontcourt of Bobby Portis and Jabari Parker down the stretch against the Pistons, opting to leave Wendell Carter Jr. on the bench. That choice was a key topic of discussion when I joined Jarrett Payton and Josh...
Blog a Bull Oct 20, 2018
Bulls vs. Pistons game preview, lineups, start time: Opening at Home

Bulls vs. Pistons game preview, lineups, start time: Opening at Home

The Bulls look to bounce back against Detroit at the United Center Thursday’s season opener showed us signs of things to come for this Chicago Bulls team. On one hand, Bobby Portis and Zach LaVine had outstanding offensive performances, resulting in a 41 point first quarter. But on the contrary, their defense looked like how we thought they would on their way to a 127-208 loss. Without Kris Dunn, the Bulls were shorthanded on defense and it showed. And unfortunately Dunn is out again tonight (with Cameron Payne remaining the starter), but at least the opponent is a bit less scary in the...

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