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Blog a Bull Mar 26, 2015

Second Chance Points: Bring on the North, and four other observations

The Bulls own the Raptors. The Chicago Bulls own the Toronto Raptors. Last night's 116-103 drubbing solidified as much. From match-ups to schemes to player ability, the Bulls are simply the better basketball team between the two. The Raptors -- truly a darling bunch -- have hit what I like to call the 82-game threshold. Well, they actually hit it back in January of this season. See it all started when they traded away Rudy Gay in December of 2013. The aftermath of that trade saw the Raptors go on the best 82-game stretch of basketball that the franchise has ever seen. From January of 2014...
Bright Side Of The Sun Mar 26, 2015

Phoenix Suns tough end-of-season schedule starts to fight back

When you are facing better opponents in 15 of your last 19 games, every single night is a tough night. Even facing the Sacramento Kings is tough, considering their huge matchup problem with the Suns roster: DeMarcus Cousins. Cuz "They don't really have anybody to guard Cuz (Cousins) out there," Kings forward Rudy Gay said afterward. "He's a big guy and he's hard to guard. They send the whole team at him and he's been successful so yeah, I think this is a good matchup for us." DeMarcus Cousins made 11 of 19 shots for 24 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, but it was his three assists and...
Sun Herald Mar 21, 2015

Rudy Gay scores 33 points as Kings beat Hornets 101-91

Rudy Gay had 33 points and nine rebounds, leading the Sacramento Kings past Charlotte 101-91 on Friday night for their second victory over the struggling Hornets in 10 days.
Washington Post Mar 14, 2015

Wiz Insider: Wizards vs. Kings: Game 66 discussion thread

The Washington Wizards (37-28) continue their seven-game stretch against Western Conference opponents Saturday night with another shorthanded and tired opponent.On Thursday, Washington rolled over an undermanned Memphis Grizzlies unit that decided to rest three of its best players. On Saturday, the Sacramento Kings (22-42) will limp into Verizon Center to conclude a taxing eight-game road trip without Rudy Gay, their second-leading scorer, because of a left patellar tendon strain.Read full article >>
Sun Herald Mar 11, 2015

McLemore, Gay lead Kings past Hornets 113-106

Ben McLemore scored 27 points, Rudy Gay added 26, and the Sacramento Kings snapped a four-game losing streak with a 113-106 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday night.

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    Phoenix Suns tough end-of-season schedule starts to fight back

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    Revisiting the Ramon Sessions Trade

  • Omri Casspi

    DC Sports Bog: Omri Casspi gives ‘Frozen’ doll to the girl he crashed into during Wizards game

  • Ben McLemore

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