Go for the split and gain home court advantage. That’s the mantra for any team that has to go on the road for the first 2 games of an NBA playoff series. These dysfunctional and one time lottery bound Bulls had a different agenda heading into this series with the Boston Celtics. There’s 5 reasons… Read More Bulls Take Commanding 2-0 Series Lead, Now Playing With House Money
Today is April 4th. You wake up in Chicago and step outside. It’s 46 degrees!? You think to yourself, isn’t it almost Spring? You check your iPhone weather app and notice it’s going to reach a high of 85 degrees in Miami today. You begin to daydream about a home on the intracoastal of Miami… Read More Does Wade or Riley Want A Do-Over?
It’s June 28, 2006 and the Chicago Bulls are on the clock in the NBA Draft. NBA Commissioner David Stern walks to the podium and announces that University of Texas sophomore big man LaMarcus Aldridge is the Bulls’ draft pick. At the time, it seemed like a logical pick, pairing a versatile 4/5 man with… Read More Not Very Bullish With These Clowns In Charge