Tag Archives: Chicago Bulls

Playing The Point – April 24, 2017

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By Jay Colby,

1. Grizzlies tie the series at 2-2 with 110-108 victory in OT – In one of the better playoff games thus far the Memphis Grizzlies tie the series 2-2. Thanks to Marc Gasol 12-foot floater with 0.7 seconds left in overtime.

Where Will DeMarcus Cousins End Up?

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By Andrew Kenny,

At 26 years old Cousins is entering the prime of his career and is currently in the middle of his best season as a pro.  The only issue is he is doing it on a Kings team that is going nowhere in the west. They are currently 3 games back of the 8 seed in the west wasting Cousins’ 28.3 PPG and 10.9 RBG. It is in the best interest of both the Kings and Cousins that he be traded.

What I Am Looking Forward To For The Upcoming NBA season

Derrick Rose, Credit - NBA

Derrick Rose, Credit – NBA

By Ben Hirschman,

The Golden State Warriors – I can’t wait to watch the Golden State Warriors. No, I am not a Warriors fan, I am not jumping on the warrior’s bandwagon, but I think we can all admit that this is the best team ever assembled in NBA history. And before they signed Kevin Durant, one could have made the argument that the Warriors already were the best team assembled in NBA history, which makes the signing of Kevin Durant monumental.

Must-See Matchups for the 2016-2017 NBA Season

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Credit – Getty Images

By Ashley Douglas, 

It’s hard to believe that summer is nearly over, and that the beginning of the next NBA season is almost here. The thought of cooler weather, football, and NBA basketball nearly makes my heart skip a beat with excitement. If you have been following the league this offseason you know that there have been many trades, free agency changes, and other interesting happenings to make for one exciting NBA season coming up. If you haven’t been following along, here are a few matchups you won’t want to miss!

Windy City Madness: Why the Bulls are going in the wrong direction

Dwayne Wade, Credit - Getty

Dwayne Wade, Credit – Getty

By Jake Katz,

The Chicago Bulls have been one of the most successful franchises in basketball the past 30 years.  Granted, a lot of that can be attributed to the greatest player ever, Michael Jordan, but beyond that they have always been a franchise with a distinct plan for the future.  Now maybe not so much.  The Bulls finished 42-40 last season and didn’t make the playoffs for the first time since 2008.  They got rid of Tom Thibodeau and brought in Fred Hoiberg who had some trouble working with star Jimmy Butler and integrating Derrick Rose into the offense.  Fast forward five months and the Bulls have drastically changed their team and have brought in some big time names.  The question is, will they be better than last year?