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Tribune staff reporterThe plan for this Bulls season called for passion, Pippen and playoffs. After four games, two of those already are missing and the third seems almost unfathomable, unless the Bulls move to the Catholic League. At least the Bulls are getting creative:...
Tribune staff reporterEddy Curry wants to be starting games, but Friday night he did something more important. He finished one. Involved in almost every big play down the stretch, Curry's 14 points and nine rebounds helped the Bulls deny the Knicks their first five-game...
Tribune staff reporterHold off, for now, on scheduling plans to attend a Grant Park rally next summer. Temper whatever optimism Wednesday night's 106-100 victory over Orlando creates with the knowledge that the Magic is now 0-4 at home. But relish—certainly relish—that for...
Tribune staff reporterSeconds before tipoff Sunday afternoon, veteran official Bob Delaney walked up to John Paxson as Paxson prepared to don his headphones for his radio broadcast. "Are you the boss?" Delaney said. The answer is no—for now. The Bulls' season ends Tuesday....
Tags: Chicago Bulls, Jalen Rose, Kevin Garnett, Migraine, Fred Hoiberg
Tribune staff reporterWizards guard Gilbert Arenas caused quite the stir in D.C. Wednesday for not shooting until the fourth quarter of a victory in Toronto, his response to comments from teammate Kwame Brown about selfish play. "I always try to stay away from commenting on...
Tribune staff reporterA ringing cell phone has done what playing to save deposed coach Bill Cartwright's job didn't. A mostly ridiculous off-the-court controversy has accomplished what coach Scott Skiles' call for increased intensity hasn't—make the Bulls passionate....
Tags: Chicago Bulls, Larry Bird, Cell Phones, Kendall Gill, Contracts
Tribune staff reporterSuch a tease. The maddeningly frustrating Bulls, who looked like world beaters in their 28-point victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers Wednesday night, more closely resembled the 3-14 team they really are during Friday night's 93-88 loss to the...
Tribune staff reporterTold he had started the same lineup for 14 straight games before Thursday night's 108-93 loss to the Grizzlies at the Pyramid, Bulls coach Scott Skiles jokingly interjected, "Has it been that long?" Little did he know his quip could serve as...
Tribune staff reporterBen Wallace wore his hair in braids Tuesday night at the United Center, all the better to try to blend in with his Detroit teammates as they badly outrebounded and outhustled the Bulls. Then again, Afro or no Afro, Wallace's 17 rebounds stood out in...
Tribune staff reporterSunday passed like most other recent dismal days for the Bulls. Jalen Rose and Donyell Marshall talked about a potential trade that is looking less likely. Bill Cartwright addressed his unstable future as coach, with his ouster expected as early as...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bulls played the kind of game Monday night that gets a coach fired and the best players traded. Oh, that's right, the Bulls did that already. Anyone have any other ideas? Don't be fooled by the 92-80 loss to the Utah Jazz at the United Center,...
Tribune staff reporterForget the 105-98 victory that Memphis posted over the Bulls before a sellout crowd of 22,076 Saturday night at the United Center. The separation between these franchises is far greater than seven points. The Grizzlies won a franchise-record 28 games...
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