12:33 PM EST, Fri March 06, 2015
Blog a Bull 12 hours ago

Nikola Mirotic, E'Twaun Moore deliver for Bulls in improbable 108-105 victory over Thunder

Mirotic had a poor shooting night, but he got to the line at will and hit some clutch shots, while Moore couldn't miss and hit the most clutch shot of all. Early in the second quarter on Thursday, it looked like it was going to be one of THOSE nights. The Bulls' offense was stuck in a rut, while Russell Westbrook was doing Russell Westbrook things and Serge Ibaka was making all of the long twos. The result was a 16-point deficit, and the Bulls easily could have packed it in for the night on the front end of a back-to-back. Of course, the Bulls didn't do that, and they ultimately pulled out...
Chicago Bulls Blog | ESPN Chicago 13 hours ago

Mirotic emerging at the right time for Bulls

CHICAGO -- Chicago Bulls big man Joakim Noah walked out of the shower late Thursday night after an exhilarting 108-105 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, headed back toward his locker, and saw rookie forward Nikola Mirotic to his left. "Vamos!" he happily...
San Francisco Chronicle 10 hours ago

NBA results, March 5

E’Twaun Moore hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 2.1 seconds remaining and the Chicago Bulls rallied to beat the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder 108-105 on Thursday night, ending Russell Westbrook’s triple-double streak at four. Westbrook had 43 points...
Welcome to Loud City 10 hours ago

Thunder vs. Bulls score: Westbrook scores 43 for naught as Chicago bench trashes Oklahoma City, 108-105

Great ball movement and play in the paint define a solid win for the Bulls, while the Thunder missed the presence of KD and Adams. Box Score | Play by Play | Shot Chart | Popcorn Machine | Russell Westbrook Highlights | Nikola Mirotic Highlights | Full...
Chicago Tribune 1 hour ago

Bears to trade receiver Brandon Marshall to Jets: report

Brandon Marshall’s time with the Chicago Bears is over. In a bold move finalized Friday, new Bears general manager Ryan Pace has agreed to trade the five-time Pro Bowl receiver to the New York Jets, according to an ESPN report, signifying a new course for a franchise...

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Chicago Tribune 43 mins ago

Give Ryan Pace a raise: He somehow traded Brandon Marshall

I don’t care if Ryan Pace traded Brandon Marshall to the Jets for nothing more than a kiss from Joe Namath, that would be enough.
Washington Post 21 hours ago

Wiz Insider: Otto Porter Jr. explains defensive lapse against Bulls

Otto Porter Jr. posted a solid all-around performance in Wednesday’s loss to the Chicago Bulls. The second-year wingman had 11 points and five rebounds in 30 minutes, and played a key role in helping the Wizards stay close in the fourth quarter. But that was all wiped away from the Internet’s memory with a brief — and costly — defensive lapse.Read full article >>
K.c. Johnson / Chicago Tribune 23 hours ago

Q&A: K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag

One of my editors, who may or may not have a crush on Pau Gasol, kept bothering me to file a Bulls mailbag. Finally I said to her, “Don’t you always know there are more questions than answers?” She understood. But here are some answers anyway.

Q&A: K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag

One of my editors, who may or may not have a crush on Pau Gasol, kept bothering me to file a Bulls mailbag. Finally I said to her, “Don’t you always know there are more questions than answers?” She understood. But here are some answers anyway.

Cubs to sign Phil Coke: report

MESA, Ariz. -- Manager Joe Maddon made no secret of the Chicago Cubs' search for a left-handed reliever, and they might have found one in Phil Coke.
Chicago Tribune 23 hours ago

Cubs to sign Phil Coke: report

MESA, Ariz. -- Manager Joe Maddon made no secret of the Chicago Cubs' search for a left-handed reliever, and they might have found one in Phil Coke.

Bulls' Noah takes on gun violence issue

CHICAGO -- Joakim Noah stood in front of reporters after Wednesday's practice and was ready to answer questions before it dawned on him that he had forgotten something. He ambled back into the Chicago Bulls' locker room at Advocate Center and reappeared a few minutes later with "The Drop." That would be a necklace that his mother Cecilia Rodhe, a sculptor, designed. "The Drop" as his Noah's Arc Foundation puts it, is "meant to be worn as a sign of connectivity and to visibly express a sense of belonging and togetherness in one's community.
Washington Post Mar 4, 2015

Wiz Insider: Randy Wittman laments Wizards’ effort in loss to Bulls

Randy Wittman dissected the tape of his Washington Wizards’ disappointing loss Tuesday night to an undermanned version of the Chicago Bulls and came away with one prevailing assessment: his team didn’t sustain the necessary intensity for 48 minutes and it cost them.Read full article >>

Bulls in familiar position down the stretch

CHICAGO -- With 21 games left in the regular season and a showdown with Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder on the horizon Thursday night, the Chicago Bulls find themselves in a familiar position. Their backs are against the wall and they are playing without key players because of injury. Derrick Rose (knee) and Jimmy Butler (elbow) are out at least several more weeks, and Taj Gibson (ankle) is out for a little while longer, although Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau did note after Wednesday's light practice that Gibson is out of his walking boot.
Northwest Herald Mar 4, 2015

No Rose, no Butler, short-handed Chicago Bulls beat Wizards

CHICAGO – Nikola Mirotic scored 23 points to lead the short-handed Chicago Bulls to a 97-92 win Tuesday over the Washington Wizards.

Bulls kick Wizards while they're down

CHICAGO -- Mike Dunleavy took a final shot after the Chicago Bulls' hard-fought 97-92 win over the Washington Wizards on Tuesday night. Trying to describe the physicality that always seems to occur in any game between these two teams, the veteran shooting guard delivered one final blow to a reeling Wizards squad that has now lost 12 of its last 15 games. "That's who they are, they're a physical team," Dunleavy said. "They play us great. If they played everybody else the way they play us they may be looking at a championship.
Washington Post Mar 3, 2015

Wizards fall to Bulls after Nene nearly starts melee in fourth quarter

CHICAGO — The Washington Wizards arrived at United Center, their home away from home, with a rekindled swagger Tuesday evening. They had finally claimed that elusive victory to snap a six-game losing skid Saturday and on deck were the Chicago Bulls, the one team near the top of the Eastern Conference standings they have handled, the team that elicits an intensity and contempt unlike any other. Read full article >>
J.michael / CSN Washington Mar 3, 2015

Fast break: Loss puts Wizards behind Bulls in tiebreaker, too

The Wizards lost their chance at a tiebreaker edge over the Bulls in seeding as Nene failed to score, Beal's jump shot fell flat and Porter made a major miscue at the end.

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