It’s only fitting that the two G-State players I most dislike were the ones involved in a back and forth snipe session near the end of regulation in Tuesday’s Warriors-Clippers matchup.
While the Bulls are limited still in terms of talent and cohesion, they have proven to be a watchable product on most nights…So how to tell the interesting stories of the season’s first month? Statistics!
As with any risk-taking or attention-seeking ‘fit, some are brilliant, some are merely good and some are outright trash.
Now that the four-time All-Star Butler is going to test just how much brotherly love is in Philly we as a NBA public may be beyond just “trusting the process”?
Karl-Anthony Towns — NOT (QUITE) TRASH After reading the segment that follows this one you may say, “Hold on, Chris, didn’t you just say we had to less vicious in […]
Considering that Markkanen, Valentine, Dunn and Portis have missed a combined 43 games this year, it’s fair to think the Bulls could be in the thick of the Eastern Conference. That’s not what many Bulls fans want to hear…
This achievement not only shows that you still can play at an elite level, Derrick, but highlights the important lesson of perseverance and patience for all, a life lesson that has always spoke to me from throughout my childhood through my schooling and as I endeavor on my young sports journalistic career.
It was coincidental that Kanye West’s tweet about “being used” came in the hours before the surprising and emotional 50-point game from Derrick Rose, but the dichotomy of the two situations can’t be ignored, especially in Chicago.
…the metaphorical champagne of the future will only be popped because of this year’s campaign — with Cam Payne included.
It would seem that the Bulls wound up offering Parker the most of what he’d like to have in his second NBA stop but there was a lot to tempt him in his other options.