Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen had some free time on Monday before he went to the United Center for Game 5 between the Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks, so he gave fans a chance to participate in a question-and-answer session on Twitter. Fans...Show More Summary
After failing to complete the sweep, the Chicago Bulls will try to eliminate the Milwaukee Bucks at the United Center in Game 5 of the NBA Eastern Conference playoffs.
In Monday night's first-round NBA playoff matchups, the No. 8 Brooklyn Nets look to tie the series with the No. 1 Atlanta Hawks, the No. 3 Chicago Bulls look to put an end to the resilient No. 6 Milwaukee Bucks and the No. 5 Memphis Grizzlies go for a sweep of the No. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers advanced to the second round of the playoffs on Sunday with a 4-0 sweep of the Boston Celtics. They also got dealt two major blows that will make a potential series against the Chicago Bulls their biggest challenge yet. Show More Summary
The Bulls look to end the series in five games. The Chicago Bulls look to avoid a repeat from the weekend and put away their first round series against the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 5 on Monday night. The Bulls currently lead the series,...Show More Summary
The Bulls and Grizzlies try to close out their respective series Monday night while the Hawks look to stay ahead of the Nets. The Chicago Bulls and Memphis Grizzlies could be punching their tickets to the second round of the playoffs on Monday night. Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder would be wise to wait out the Chicago Bulls' playoff run and do whatever it takes to make Tom Thibodeau their next head coach. While his offensive philosophy has been criticized at times, Thibs is the kind of...Show More Summary
Unless they become the first team in NBA history to blow a 3-0 series lead, the Chicago Bulls will beat the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of the 2015 playoffs. But after that happens (and it will), do they have any momentum left...Show More Summary
Kevin Love isn’t the only Cavaliers player who could miss some time when the Cavs take on the Chicago Bulls (probably) in the second-round of the NBA Playoffs. JR Smith may also be sidelined for a game or two after the league looks into the flagrant-2 foul he received for punching the Celtics’ Jae Crowder during the […]
Jerryd Bayless made a layup at the buzzer off an inbounds pass, lifting Milwaukee to a 92-90 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Saturday as the Bucks avoided a four-game sweep in their Eastern Conference playoff series.
MILWAUKEE—Since the start of his tenure with the Chicago Bulls five years ago, Tom Thibodeau has preached a formula for winning with five core tenets. Rebounding, defending, sharing the ball and playing inside-out offense are the first four. Check off those four boxes for Saturday. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls looked to complete a first-round sweep of the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4 on Saturday night. Derrick Rose and the Bulls had won each of the first three games and looked to finish the young Bucks off, but Milwaukee wasn't going down without a fight. The Bucks won 92-90. Check out the full video highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Like Games 2 and 3 in this series, Saturday's Game 4 between the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls was highly competitive. But no playoff game this season had an ending quite as exciting as this one. After several lead changes, the Bucks...Show More Summary
Jerryd Bayless made a layup at the buzzer off an inbounds pass, lifting Milwaukee to a 92-90 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Saturday, drawing the Bucks within 3-1 in their Eastern Conference playoff series.
The Milwaukee Bucks live to fight another day. With their backs against the wall, Jason Kidd's team fought the Chicago Bulls all game—both literally and figuratively. In the end, Jerryd Bayless converted a buzzer-beating layup to win it on a perfectly designed play from the second-year coach. Show More Summary
The Bucks kept their season alive thanks to an incredible last-second play that gave Jerryd Bayless a buzzer-beating layup. The Milwaukee Bucks are still alive against the Chicago Bulls., thanks to incredible reaction time from Jason Kidd and an unbelievable last-second play that got Jerryd Bayless a layup with 1.3 seconds left. Show More Summary
Every time the Milwaukee Bucks show some life, the Chicago Bulls answer emphatically. With under two minutes to go in the third quarter of Game 4, Bulls forward Taj Gibson nearly ripped the rim off the glass with an angry one-handedShow More Summary
Jimmy Butler can’t miss, and he knows it. Averaging 26.7 points per game on 49.1 percent shooting for the Chicago Bulls' opening-round Eastern Conference playoff series, this 25-year-old breakout star continued to dominate the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4. Show More Summary
With the score locked at 11-11 early in Game 4 of their first-round playoff series, the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls got tangled up. Giannis Antetokounmpo went over the back of Chi-town’s Mike Dunleavy as the two forwards leapt for a rebound at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Show More Summary
Aaron Brooks got a flagrant 1, while Jerryd Bayless was given a technical. Well that's just rude. The series between the Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks has been testy, and this was the latest blow up. Aaron Brooks was called for a Flagrant 1 for his shove, while Jerryd Bayless was assessed a technical foul for his shove back.