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NEW YORK — The criticism flew fast and furious, the obituaries started to take shape and the Bulls reacted the way they often do when faced with adversity. They looked inward. They challenged themselves to play with more intensity and...
Tags: Gerald Wallace, Sports, Carlos Boozer, Luol Deng, Chicago Bulls
Winning 45 games with 15 starting lineups that didn't include Derrick Rose demonstrated Tom Thibodeau's coaching ability even more than the Bulls posting the NBA's best regular-season record in his each of his first two seasons. The Bulls did it with...
Tags: Sports, Carlos Boozer, Nazr Mohammed, Luol Deng, Brooklyn Nets
NEW YORK — As expected, Richard Hamilton dropped out of the rotation, drawing a did not play-coach's decision — the first of his career in the playoffs after playing in 127 straight. "He missed a good chunk of the season down the stretch,...
Lady Gaga is back on her feet, a pilates studio owner says. The "Poker Face" singer — who has been photographed getting around in a wheelchair since canceling her world tour in February to undergo hip surgery — worked out April 11 at...
When an epic affair like the Bulls' 142-134 triple overtime victory over the Nets finally collapses at the finish line — 3 hours, 57 minutes after Saturday's matinee tipoff — the number of big plays and big contributors can be dizzying....
Tags: Sports, Carlos Boozer, Nazr Mohammed, Luol Deng, Andray Blatche
In NBA playoff parlance, we call this a gift. The beaten-up, struggling, Derrick-Rose-less Bulls get a first-round playoff series against the Brooklyn Nets, perhaps the dumbest team in the league. The Bulls won three of the four games against the Nets...
To loosely paraphrase Newton's laws of motion, for every NBA postseason award there is an equal and opposite honor. So in addition to LeBron James as the game's best player, may we humbly submit DeSagana Diop as its worst? The Charlotte Bobcats center...
Tags: Sports, Luol Deng, Andrew Bynum, Brooklyn Nets, Richard Hamilton
NEW YORK — Of the four basketball goals standing on the cracked cement courts outside the Ingersoll Houses in Brooklyn, only two have rims. Neither of those includes nets. Kids like 11-year-old Steven Arroyo shot baskets on a beautifully sunny...
Thanks to a typically gritty Game 2 response, the Bulls evened their best-of-seven series with the Nets, claiming home-court advantage in the process. Uh-oh. The Bulls closed the regular season strong to finish 24-17 at the United Center. But...
NEW YORK — Given that the Bulls have waited two years for a rematch with the Heat, two days for another chance doesn't seem like that long. The Nets forced Thursday's Game 6 at the United Center with Monday night's 110-91 triumph at the Barclays...
Tags: Sports, United Center, Carlos Boozer, Luol Deng, Andray Blatche
NEW YORK — With the Nets leading by 12 with less than 2 minutes to play in Monday night's Game 5 at the Barclays Center, Bulls guard Nate Robinson hovered near midcourt as his four other teammates worked the ball for a shot. And Nets guard Deron...
Almost lost in Nate Robinson's insane offensive eruption on Saturday — in which he fell just one point shy of Michael Jordan's franchise playoff record for points in a quarter — were two passes that prove his floor game maturity is no...
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