6:02 PM EDT, Fri October 19, 2018
Blog a Bull 2 hours ago
At least Zach LaVine’s scoring powers carried over from preseason

At least Zach LaVine’s scoring powers carried over from preseason

LaVine is by far the Bulls best player Zach LaVine probably isn’t going to drop 30 points on a nightly basis. But through five preseason games and now one game that actually counted, the fifth-year guard has established himself as the Bulls go-to scorer and best player, already showing major improvements from last season when the recovery from an ACL tear routinely hampered his performances. “A year after tearing my ACL I feel like I’m back to myself – athletically, speed-wise, quickness,” LaVine said via NBC Sports Chicago. “I’ve got my legs under me. I just needed y’all...
The Sixer Sense 5 hours ago

Philadelphia 76ers: 3 takeaways from win over Chicago Bulls in home opener

The Philadelphia 76ers bounced back in a big way following their opening night loss to the Boston Celtics. Opening night was not a fun one for the Philadelphia 76ers. Aside from Ben Simmons, there was little productivity from the core pieces. Markelle Fultz scored five points, Joel Embiid turned it over five times, and J.J. […] Philadelphia 76ers: 3 takeaways from win over Chicago Bulls in home opener - The Sixer Sense - The Sixer Sense - A Philadelphia 76ers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Pippen Ain't Easy 5 hours ago

Chicago Bulls: Chandler Hutchision played three minutes in his NBA debut

The Chicago Bulls got blown out in their first game of the season against the Philadelphia 76ers. Why did Chandler Hutchision only play in the final three minutes of the game? The Chicago Bulls played their first game of the season against the Philadelphia 76ers, and it didn’t go so well. Bulls’ defense was horrendous, as […] Chicago Bulls: Chandler Hutchision played three minutes in his NBA debut - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Hoops Habit 6 hours ago

Chicago Bulls: 3 takeaways from 2018-19 season opener

The shorthanded Chicago Bulls kicked off their 2018-19 campaign with a road loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. Here are three takeaways from their season opener. In 2017-18, the Chicago Bulls began the season with a 17-point road loss to the Toronto Raptors. On the heels of a 27-win season, the team was hoping to kick […] Chicago Bulls: 3 takeaways from 2018-19 season opener - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
Blog a Bull 6 hours ago
Chucking encouraged, defense optional as Bulls start the season 0-1

Chucking encouraged, defense optional as Bulls start the season 0-1

may be what we see a lot of this season One down, 81 to go. The Bulls’ performance Thursday night was a microcosm for how most people anticipate the season will play out. There will be nights where all the shots fall and they simply out-bucket their opponents. But on most nights, the lack of depth, defense, and playmaking will ensure the Bulls have another high lottery pick come late June. The Bulls got off to a blistering start in Philadelphia, scoring 41 points in a frantically paced first quarter. For a fleeting moment I began to believe that maybe this was sustainable, and the 2018-19...
The Sixer Sense 12 hours ago

PLAYER GRADES: Philadelphia 76ers 127, Chicago Bulls 108

The Philadelphia 76ers rebounded from an ugly season-opening loss in Boston, and rolled over the Chicago Bulls. After an early offensive flurry from Chicago, the Sixers dominated the remainder of the game and cruised to a 19 point win. RING THAT BELL. The Philadelphia 76ers had a golden opportunity to right the ship after a […] PLAYER GRADES: Philadelphia 76ers 127, Chicago Bulls 108 - The Sixer Sense - The Sixer Sense - A Philadelphia 76ers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Blog a Bull 17 hours ago
Cash Considerations Podcast: Bulls Opening Night

Cash Considerations Podcast: Bulls Opening Night

It sucked! The Bulls were really fun to start their season opener against the Sixers, then they got absolutely waxed after the first quarter. Jay and Ricky discuss both the good and bad (mostly bad) of the opener, and they ponder whether Cam Payne is the worst NBA player in their lifetime. Zach LaVine and Bobby Portis get some love, while Jabari Parker gets taken to the woodshed after a rough official Bulls debut. Plus a brief look ahead at the upcoming schedule. We promise we will be on iTunes and hopefully other outlets soon.
Pippen Ain't Easy 18 hours ago

Chicago Bulls: Zach LaVine shows out in season debut

The Chicago Bulls lost in brutal fashion in game one of the 2018-19 NBA season. Zach LaVine was clearly the best Bull on the court in game one. The Chicago Bulls came out firing in game one. They scored an extremely impressive 41 points in the first quarter leading many to believe that the famous […] Chicago Bulls: Zach LaVine shows out in season debut - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Liberty Ballers 18 hours ago
A Home Sweet Opener! 76ers Rout the Bulls, 127-108.

A Home Sweet Opener! 76ers Rout the Bulls, 127-108.

A Simmons Triple-Double, A Dominant Embiid, and a Fultz 3 pointer! Two nights ago the 76ers played Game 6 of the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals and lost once again to Boston. Or at least that’s what it felt like. “People don’t change”, said Gregory House, and it felt as such watching Markelle Fultz, Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid put together a 2017-2018 redux of strengths, weaknesses and lack of jumpers. But, Game 1 of 82 is in the rear view. Lest we forget that the 2013-2014 76ers started 3-0 before putting up a total 19 wins on the season. The Chicago Bulls were a good rebound...
Pippen Ain't Easy 18 hours ago

The Chicago Bulls struggled after the first quarter

It seemed like the Chicago Bulls couldn’t miss a shot in the first quarter, but they couldn’t sustain it. Bulls start the season with a loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. The Chicago Bulls entered this season as the second-youngest group in the NBA with an average age of 24.5 years old. Bulls head coach Fred […] The Chicago Bulls struggled after the first quarter - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Liberty Ballers 19 hours ago
Sixers Bell Ringer: Game 2

Sixers Bell Ringer: Game 2

The Chicago Bulls’ defense is the ultimate cure for what ails you. For an explanation of what constitutes a Bell Ringer, please reference the initial post. Bell Ringer Season Standings: Ben Simmons - 1 We have no shortage of candidates from the Sixers’ 127-108 win over Chicago. Joel Embiid: 30 points, 12 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, 4 blocks Do you think Embiid was happy to not be facing Al Horford and Aron Baynes? On the Sixers’ first offensive possession, Embiid drew a foul on Wendell Carter Jr. (welcome to the league, rook), and he never let up against the sieve-like Bulls...
Blog a Bull 19 hours ago
Bulls vs. Sixers final score: after a hot start, Bulls get totally waxed in opener

Bulls vs. Sixers final score: after a hot start, Bulls get totally waxed in opener

outscored by 30 points in the middle two quarters There was 12 minutes of beautifully-hot Bulls offense there. And then the rest of the game happened. The problem being that the Sixers also looked to have free reign to create open shots, and unlike Chicago never really stopped, finishing off the Bulls in the 2nd and 3rd quarters and cruising to a 127-108 loss for the Bulls in Chicago’s 2018-19 season opener. First let’s fondly remember what was a truly insane first quarter, the Bulls setting an opening-night franchise record with 41 points, nearly matched by the Sixers 38 in that...
Hoops Habit Oct 18, 2018

Chicago Bulls: 3 opening week storylines to look for

The Chicago Bulls tip off Thursday night against Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers. Here are three storylines to look for during the Bulls’ opening week. After a hectic summer, the Chicago Bulls are about to embark on another NBA season. The Bulls open the 2018-19 regular season Thursday against the Philadelphia 76ers. […] Chicago Bulls: 3 opening week storylines to look for - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
Blog a Bull Oct 18, 2018
Dunn out, Payne starting vs. Sixers (Game Preview)

Dunn out, Payne starting vs. Sixers (Game Preview)

Chicago starts off their season on the road.....and on TNT After five pre-season games, it’s finally time for Chicago Bulls games to count towards the standings. This season will begin on the road for Chicago and it will be on primetime. Yes, the Chicago Bulls are back on national TV and on TNT at that. Now this won't affect the famed “TNT Bulls” streak as they aren’t playing in the United Center. But it is nice to see what the Bulls have to offer with the majority of the basketball world watching. Chicago’s opponent will be the Philadelphia 76ers. Behind the young duo of Ben...
ClutchPoints Oct 18, 2018
Wendell Carter Jr. guarantees he will help bring Bulls back to relevance

Wendell Carter Jr. guarantees he will help bring Bulls back to relevance

The Chicago Bulls have struggled to find a rhythm over the past few seasons. In fact, the Bulls finished the 2017-18 regular-season campaign with a 27-55 overall record, which was good for a 13th-place finish in the Eastern Conference. Not great, obviously. Now, though, rookie Wendell Carter Jr. says he’s ready to change the narrative […] The post Wendell Carter Jr. guarantees he will help bring Bulls back to relevance appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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