Chicago Bulls fans and observers across the NBA came into this season knowing that it would be a struggle for survival for this team, but no one, including me, thought […]
A basketball team is a social construct, all pulling toward a singular goal. That is where a leader must emerge to keep the group moving forward to achieve said goal.
I didn’t want to have expectations for the Chicago Bulls, but I did… which makes it that much worse that they’ve washed them all away in one week’s time.
No matter what the other 29 arenas do, non-stop applause and cheers from this point forward should be the norm every time James steps foot in Cleveland.
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…