Chicago Bulls star Robin Lopez may be better known as a cat person, but animal lovers will be happy to know he’s also the guardian of another species of four-legged furbaby too. Meet Lopez’s very good, very fluffy and very well-dressed dog, Muppet. Robin Lopez brought his dog Muppet to his closeout interview today. pic.twitter.com/qYuI77PXxC — […]
CHICAGO -- Dwyane Wade wasn't ready to make any declarations about his future with the Chicago Bulls.
Mitchell Trubisky, who the Chicago Bears picked second overall in the NFL Draft on Thursday, reportedly got the opposite of a warm welcome from his new hometown Friday when he attended the Bulls-Celtics game and got booed. The booing occurred during a time out when Trubisky was shown on the video board. The 22-year-old junior […]
More NBA players should do this. This is Robin Lopez. He plays basketball for the Chicago Bulls and seems like a cool dude: Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images This is his dog, Muppet. Look at Muppet! Muppet's getting charged up for tomorrow's...Show More Summary
Chicago followed up a lackluster season with one that was even harder to watch, despite star power. For two games, I actually enjoyed watching the Chicago Bulls. Those two games happened last week, when they beat the top-seeded Boston Celtics twice at home to open up the first round. Four games later, the Bulls season is over and done. Show More Summary
After taking a 2-0 lead in the series and having the #1 seeded Boston Celtics on the brink of an embarrassing elimination to the 8th-seed, the Chicago Bulls couldn’t muster up another win in the series and got swept the rest of the way. During Game 6 on Friday, the game got out of hand […]
Avery Bradley scored 23 points, and the hot-shooting Boston Celtics pounded the Chicago Bulls 105-83 to win their first-round series 4-2 on Friday night. The top-seeded Celtics simply torched Chicago to finish off a tougher-than-anticipated series and advance in the playoffs for the first time...
Avery Bradley scored 23 points, and the hot-shooting Boston Celtics pounded the Chicago Bulls 105-83 to clinch their first-round series 4-2 on Friday night
After a rocky start to the series, the Boston Celtics are moving on.
Boston travels to Chicago in an attempt to wrap-up their series on the road. The Bulls are fighting for their playoff lives. The East’s top-ranked Boston Celtics rallied back to take a 3-2 series lead over the No. 8 Chicago Bulls, and the two teams face off in a potentially decisive Game 6 on Friday. Show More Summary
No. 1: Rondo ruled out for Game 6 -- The Chicago Bulls are staring down elimination tonight in Game 6 at home against the Boston Celtics (8 ET, ESPN). Bulls point guard Rajon Rondo flirted with the idea of playing in Game 5, but that didn't happen and now it looks like Game 6 is a no-go for him as well. Mark Murphy of the Boston Herald has more:
The top-seeded Boston Celtics have dug themselves out of an 0-2 hole and the opportunity to close out the Chicago Bulls on the road
CHICAGO (AP) -- If the Chicago Bulls are to extend their postseason, they almost certainly will have to do it without Rajon Rondo.
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With a one-word response and prompt exit, Chicago Bulls Coach Fred Hoiberg became the latest to provide a must-see moment during a 2017 NBA playoffs news conference. Chicago Coach Fred Hoiberg provided the latest on Wednesday night following the Bulls’ 108-97 loss to the Boston Celtics to fall...
Hey, Coach — you started it? Following the Boston Celtics’ win over the Chicago Bulls in Game 4 of their first-round NBA Playoffs series, Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg complained that Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas constantly picks up his dribble and should be called for traveling. Show More Summary
Boston has righted the ship, though they can’t eliminate all of our concerns with a Game 5 win. The Boston Celtics’ three straight wins against the Chicago Bulls to take a commanding lead in their first round series doesn’t invalidate the problems we saw when they dropped Games 1 and 2. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics split the first four games of their Eastern Conference Playoff series and are currently engaged in (...)
Rondo suffered a fractured right thumb in Game 2 vs. the Celtics but may try for a return.
Chicago Bulls guard Rajon Rondo is preparing to make an attempt at playing in Game 5 on Wednesday against the Boston Celtics, according to The Vertical's Shams Charania.