With the return of Derrick Rose and the addition of Pau Gasol, the Chicago Bulls came into the season with soaring expectations.
The Oklahoma City Thunder narrowly missed the cut for this year's playoffs, and head coach Scott Brooks has become the target of blame. In addition, one of his rumored replacements is Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau, who has been...Show More Summary
In the end, Carmelo Anthony chose the New York Knicks’ dollars instead of going on a championship run with the Chicago Bulls. And now, Melo admits that he occasionally has The post Carmelo Anthony Asks Himself ‘Did I Really Make the Right Decision?’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Chicago Bulls are for the most part healthy heading into the postseason, which has been a rarity for this gritty club the last few years. What hasn’t changed, is The post Derrick Rose: ‘I Believe I’m One of the Best Players in the NBA … Still’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The NBA Playoffs are finally here. While the Eastern Conference is top-heavy and doesn't figure to get interesting until some combination of the Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Chicago Bulls collide, the Western Conference is going to be fascinating right away. Show More Summary
Although the Chicago Bulls had an injury-plagued regular season, we still got to see plenty of exciting plays and moments. Whether it was a monster poster dunk, a crowd-pleasing, game-winning shot or a gravity-defying alley-oop, we weren't left disappointed. The Bulls finished with 50 wins and the No. Show More Summary
The Bulls should have little trouble defeating the overachieving Bucks in the first round. It's been a dream season for the Bucks, as they exceeded expectations and made the postseason despite losing rookie sensation Jabari Parker and Larry Sanders in the process. Show More Summary
The No. 3 Chicago Bulls will protect their house and their quest for the title against the No. 6 Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA playoffs, beginning this Saturday in Chicago. How will the series play out? What are the storylines we should...Show More Summary
The NBA's Eastern Conference is light on quality first-round playoff matchups, but the opening-round date between the Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks is an exception. Chicago is a title contender looking to prove its regular-season roller coaster is in the past. Show More Summary
The NBA set a new attendance record for the 2014-15 season, led by the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers. Here's the details including info for all 30 clubs in the league.
The Chicago Bulls won 50 games despite myriad injuries and inconsistent lineups. If they fully come together, look out... but will that actually happen? This was supposed to be the Chicago Bulls' most talented team since Tom Thibodeau took over. Show More Summary
Sir Richard Branson took his sense of adventure to the Chicago Bulls season finale on Wednesday night where he transformed himself into a (...)
CHICAGO — It’s been a long time since Derrick Rose has been in the playoffs. Three playoffs ago, he tore the ACL in his left knee in Game 1 of the Chicago Bulls’ first-round series against the Philadelphia 76ers, a day whose shadow still lingers over Rose and over the Bulls. Show More Summary
Meet the world's most valuable bowling ball. Billionaire businessman and noted thrill-seeker Richard Branson became a human bowling ball on Wednesday night as part of a stunt during a game between the Chicago Bulls and Atlanta Hawks. Branson,...Show More Summary
The Atlanta Hawks looked to end their regular season on a high note when they took on the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night. The Hawks had lost two straight and faced another tough test from the gritty Bulls, who were riding a three-game win streak. The Bulls won 91-85. Check out the full game highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose did not play in the second half of his team's 91-85 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday as he experienced soreness in his knee. Continue for updates. Rose Misses 2nd Half with Knee Soreness Wednesday,...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls entered the 2014-15 season with championship aspirations. They'll enter the playoffs in desperate need of aspiration, having taken gut punch after gut punch all year long on their way to a 50-32 record. Though far off from October predictions, that record was good enough to earn Chicago a No. Show More Summary
Aaron Brooks scored 23 points and the Chicago Bulls rallied from 18 down to beat the Atlanta Hawks 91-85 on Wednesday night in the regular-season finale.
Stop the presses—the Chicago Bulls have suffered another injury. This time, the player is forward Taj Gibson, who experienced a physical setback after injuring his shoulder Wednesday against the Atlanta Hawks. Continue for updates. Gibson...Show More Summary
Atlanta All-Star forward Paul Millsap is in the lineup for the Hawks' regular-season finale against the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night.