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How Stephen Curry's big season is - and isn't - reshaping the sneaker wars

3 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Stephen Curry and his killer three-pointers have already propelled the Golden State Warriors into the record books this year, giving the team more wins than the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls notched in its championship 1995-96 season. Curry's gangbusters performance has propelled blazing sales...

Prince used to obsessively watch the 90s Chicago Bulls—even while performing onstage

Since Prince's death yesterday, plenty of fascinating tidbits about the life and times of the eccentric yet private artist have been surfacing or recirculating online. One of the most delightful anecdotes concerns the Purple One's interest in sports—namely the 1990s Chicago Bulls.…

Jimmy Butler Comments on Tom Thibodeau, Bulls' Struggles and More

Chicago Bulls shooting guard Jimmy Butler isn't pointing any fingers for his team's failure to reach the playoffs after making seven straight trips to the postseason. "I'm the reason that we did not make the playoffs," Butler said Wednesday in an interview with the Chicago Tribune's Teddy Greenstein. Show More Summary

AP Source: Timberwolves Hire Thibodeau as Coach/president

The Minnesota Timberwolves have hired former Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau to be the team's new coach and president of basketball operations, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Wednesday.

Supersize me, Riccardo Muti

At rehearsals for Verdi’s Falstaff, Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony became aware of an unusual guest in the hall. Turns out the Chicago Bulls’ Pau Gasol is a big opera fan. Like, very big. He stayed right through the afternoon, looked into Maestro Muti’s score and agreed to a photo-op, with some adjustment for […]

Report: Timberwolves in negotiations with Thibodeau

The Minnesota Timberwolves have opened negotiations with former Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau to be the team's new coach and president of basketball operations, a person with knowledge of the discussions told The Associated Press on Wednesday.

Nearly Perfect: The Chicago Bulls Were Frauds

last weekSports : Deadspin

Children don’t pick their heroes, they gravitate to them. This youthful ignorance is blissful insofar as it frees one to feel that magnetic pull without questioning why it exists in the first place. The Jordan-era Chicago Bulls thusShow More Summary

Derrick Rose: ‘People Are Going to Appreciate Me After I’m Done’

The season in Chicago began with plenty of hope and optimism, and even though injuries and poor chemistry derailed the Bulls’ quest, Derrick Rose is keeping a positive outlook on The post Derrick Rose: ‘People Are Going to Appreciate Me After I’m Done’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Nearly Perfect: An Unremarkable November Finals Preview

last weekSports : Deadspin

By November 26, 1995, everybody already knew the 10-1 Chicago Bulls were very good; nobody knew they were the best team in NBA history just yet. Michael Jordan was in his first full season back from retirement, the Bulls had gone down...Show More Summary

Derrick Rose Comments on Free Agency, Injury History and More

Following a disappointing season for the Chicago Bulls that saw them miss the playoffs, star point guard Derrick Rose commented on his future with the franchise. The 2010-11 NBA MVP has just one year remaining on his contract, but he isn't yet looking ahead toward his potential foray into free agency, according to K.C. Show More Summary

Under Armour Is Dropping Stephen Curry’s Curry 2.5 Next Month

After a historic regular season, which saw him surpass 400 made three-pointers and his Warrior team break the Chicago Bulls’ record with 73 wins, Stephen Curry and Under Armour are proud to announce the release of his new Curry 2.5 sneaker that he’s been wearing on the hardwood. Inspired by Stephen’s precise movements and focus […]

Warriors 125, Grizzlies 104: Golden State Warriors Set N.B.A. Record With 73 Wins

Behind Stephen Curry, Golden State eclipsed a record shared for three days with the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls.

Golden State Warriors not just set regular season win record, but RSN ratings record as well

The Golden State Warriors remain white hot in the Bay Area. They have resonated with fans after winning last year’s NBA Championship and their quest to break the Chicago Bulls’ regular season win record this season have drawn even more fans to TV as well. Show More Summary

Golden State Warriors Trump NBA-Record with 73 Wins

The Golden State Warriors are cheering today after beating the NBA-record 73rd win to surpass the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls. The Warriors defeated the Memphis Grizzlies, 125-104, setting the record for most victories in a single season. Another win for the Warriors (73-9) meant another chance for Stephen Curry to shine. Show More Summary

Warriors Look to Cap Magical Season With Title Run

When the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls set the former record of 72 wins in one season they coined an accompanying phrase: "72-10 don't mean a thing without the ring."

Chicago Bulls Must Make Tough Decisions on Futures of Derrick Rose, Jimmy Butler

CHICAGO — Come fall in Chicago, things are going to be very different. That’s what happens when you miss the playoffs for the first time in eight years, as the Chicago Bulls did this season. General manager Gar Forman and vice president...Show More Summary

Da Bulls? Still da best

The only thing we like more than a good debate is resolving one: The 1995-96 Chicago Bulls are the best NBA team of all time. Swish. But we're not just about pretty shots here. We believe in playing defense, too, in this case protecting the Bulls' legacy in the face of a challenge by the rising...

Steve Kerr Enjoying the Ride Watching Warriors Make History

Steve Kerr makes one thing perfectly clear: This special season is not about him. Far from it. Even if he is so perfectly entwined with the record-setting Golden State Warriors and the Chicago Bulls group Kerr played for 20 years ago that just lost its all-time wins record to the team he now leads.

Bulls VP John Paxson: ‘We’ve Had One Bad Year’

After missing the Playoffs for the first time in eight seasons, the Chicago Bulls’ front-office faced the media Wednesday night, and promised changes this summer. Team owner Jerry Reinsdorf and The post Bulls VP John Paxson: ‘We’ve Had One Bad Year’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Top 2016 Offseason Priorities for the Chicago Bulls

The Chicago Bulls’ season is over, and for the first time since 2007-08 (and the second time since 2003-04), they are not in the playoffs. Those are pretty dismal results for a team who had lofty expectations of making the Eastern Conference Finals. Injury, infighting, indifference and inconsistency all stymied Chicago. Show More Summary

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