The team that has won the rebounding battle has won all three games between the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat, which is important to consider when making your NBA playoff picks Monday, as the two teams continue their best-of-seven series at the United Center. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls backs are against the wall as they prepare to face the Miami Heat in Game 4 of their playoff series. A loss to the Heat would mean the series is all but over with Game 5 back in Miami. On the other side of the coin, if the Bulls can even things up at two games apiece, their postseason hopes are very much alive. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls will likely be without the ailing Luol Deng and injured Kirk Hinrich for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on Monday.
What a difference two games make. In Game 1 of their series with the Miami Heat, the Chicago Bulls played out of their minds. They won the loose-ball battles, they had the rebounding edge and they closed out the game on a 10-0 run. In the two games since, they have been outscored 219-172. Show More Summary
LeBron James has responded to the Chicago Bulls’ flopping accusations and he isn’t too pleased with having to deal with the situation in the first place. James spoke with the media during practice on Sunday and he revealed that he’s not a “flopper” at all. “I don’t need to flop,” James said. “I play an aggressive game. [...]Show More Summary
LeBron James doesn't perceive himself to be a flopper. Though the Chicago Bulls essentially accused the Chosen One of flopping, LeBron maintains that he isn't among the NBA's band of religious floppers (via NBA.com): The suggestion that he's a flopper drew a grin as wide as his wingspan from LeBron James. Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls center Nazr Muhammad got ejected from Game 3 on Friday night for shoving LeBron James to the ground. After the game, coach Tom Thibodeau called LeBron out for flopping, saying, " From my angle, I saw a guy basically flop. Show More Summary
The 2013 NBA playoffs continue on Monday, May 13, as two series prepare for Game 4 of their highly-contested series. The teams involved will be the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls, as well as the Oklahoma City Thunder and Memphis Grizzlies. Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls fans are disappointed to learn that Derrick Rose won't be returning for the rest of the Miami Heat series, and they might be even more bummed out to learn he strongly considered it. Rumors swirled about a potential Game...Show More Summary
There's no love lost between the Miami Heat and the Chicago Bulls. That much is clear. LeBron James and Joakim Noah aren't going to be having sleepovers anytime soon. And the only thing Dwyane Wade and Marco Belinelli are going to be doing after this series is over is playing dodgeball with basketballs like they did in Game 2. Show More Summary
The 2013 NBA playoffs have been highlighted by stunning upsets, devastating injuries and the painstaking anticipation of Derrick Rose's potential return. Even as uncertainty mounts and doubt rises surrounding D-Rose's comeback, we can't help but ask. Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau was fined $35,000 by the NBA on Sunday for comments that were critical of the officiating after the team's Game 3 loss to the Miami Heat.
Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau's wallet is officially $35,000 lighter. Per K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, the NBA has fined Coach Thibs $35,000 for his postgame comments about the officials following a Game 3 loss to the Miami Heat. Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls Coach Tom Thibodeau was fined $35000 today by the NBA for criticizing the referees after game 3 against the Miami Heat. The coach, as well as several players, criticized the refs for allowing the Miami Heat to get away with physical plays while penalizing the Chicago Bulls with technical fouls and ejections. Thibodeau [...]Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau has been fined $35,000 for comments he made about the officiating following the Bulls 104-94 loss to the Heat on Friday night at the United Center, it was announced Sunday by Stu Jackson, NBA Executive Vice President Basketball Operations.
Derrick Rose has failed to officially declare himself out of the 2013 NBA playoffs, so analysts and fans continue to speculate on how a potential return would impact the Chicago Bulls' chances against the Miami Heat. The bottom line is that he wouldn ’t make a bit of difference, as the Bulls are well on their way out of the postseason. Show More Summary
Contrary to popular belief, recovering from an ACL injury is no easy feat (thanks, Adrian Peterson). Extensive rehab is necessary to ensure the ligament is properly repaired. Even more important than the physical treatment, however, is the mental fortitude that the athlete must possess. Show More Summary
LeBron James took a dramatic flop against the Chicago Bulls on Friday night and now Chicago is going after the Heat star for what they call a badly choreographed acting job. Following the game Nate Robinson told Yahoo Sports: “You see LeBron in a lot of commercials, a lot of good acting.” NBA fans have long [...]Show More Summary
And just like that, another chapter is etched in the beef between Lil Wayne and the Miami Heat organization. This follows a spiteful move by Weezy Monday, May 5, after the Chicago Bulls defeated LeBron and Co. 93-86 in game
In a continuation of the 2013 NBA Playoffs' most bruising series, the Miami Heat defeated the Chicago Bulls by a score of 104-94 in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference Semifinals series. In turn, the Heat move ahead in the series by a margin of 2-1. Show More Summary