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Tribune staff reporterFor two days, the Bulls acted as if they were in some group therapy experience, trotting out all the soul-baring words like anger and embarrassment and frustration. Forget Oprah Winfrey's taped message of support that ran on the United Center...
Tribune pro basketball reporterThere weren't any "Gor-don, Gor-don" chants at the Staples Center for a Saturday night Bulls game against the Clippers. "I thought about it," Ben Gordon admitted before the game here after weeks of speculation about a potential Bulls trade for Lakers...
Tribune staff reporterLike Edgar in accounting who ends up with a lampshade on his head at the office holiday party, the Bulls had a little too much fun last December. After their typical slow start, the Bulls gorged and sated themselves with a 14-3 month that catapulted them...
Tribune staff reporterHis business suit had already been ditched for his preferred sweats as Scott Skiles prowled the postgame locker room, looking for backs to slap and hands to shake. His casual attire couldn't mask a more formal revelation. "One of my weaknesses is I tend...
Tribune staff reporterThere are moments in any franchise's history where teams either break through or break down. The Bulls and Heat took divergent paths on Friday night at American Airlines Arena. The Bulls skipped deliriously off the court, a 104-96 victory in their...
Tribune pro basketball reporterOnce, after a game like the Bulls' an unemotional, indifferent 107-82 loss Friday night to the Celtics, former Phoenix coach Cotton Fitzsimmons gathered his players in the locker room and symbolically flushed the toilets. Just flush this one away and...
Tags: Red Auerbach, Luol Deng, Chicago Bulls, Kevin Garnett, Sports
Tribune staff reporterWith the NBA's trade deadline coming Thursday, perhaps there's still time for general manager John Paxson to swing an oft-suggested deal for the long-lost A.J. Guyton. That seems to be the only way the Bulls ever can defeat the Nets at IZOD Center. Even...
Tribune staff reporterGo ahead and take his lunch money, as Ben Gordon did earlier this week when the rookie brought the wrong doughnuts to practice. Haze him further by spelling his name wrong on his road reds, with longtime equipment manager John Ligmanowski laughing as the...
Tags: Education, Joakim Noah, Chicago Bulls, Sports, Adrian Griffin
Tribune staff reporterIf the Bulls thought their trip to Wednesday morning's shootaround was rough, look at their path to the NBA Finals. Getting stuck behind a stalled bus on the New Jersey Turnpike was an omen, and it will look like a Sunday drive compared with the route...
Tribune staff reporterLike a tennis match involving two baseliners, the Bulls and Cavaliers keep slugging groundstrokes back and forth, grunting their way to blowouts in the race for the Eastern Conference's No. 2 seed. A 34-point Cavaliers victory over Atlanta on Saturday?...
Tribune staff reporterThe only thing missing from the Bulls' 100-83 Sunday matinee victory over the Knicks was a group hug. And since league rules dictate a 10-minute cooling-off period before reporters enter the locker room, perhaps that happened privately as well. The good...
Tribune staff reporterAfter fielding positive question after positive question about Aaron Gray, Bulls coach Scott Skiles paused to warn people about going overboard when a rookie has two straight good games. A rarely heard sound emanating from the Bulls' postgame locker room...
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