Tag: Chicago Bulls

June 14, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

    In recent seasons, the NBA Free Agency period has been truly must watch. The tactical maneuvers done during this schedule period each summer has dictated the league as a whole. From Shaquille O’Neal departing Orlando for Hollywood in 1996 to LeBron James taking his talents to South Beach in 2010 to just last…

April 15, 2017 Joshua Vinson No comments exist

The NBA playoffs are here and a champion will be crowned soon. But before we even get to the NBA Finals, let’s take a look at the opening round of the Eastern Conference playoffs…   #1 Boston Celtics vs. #8 Chicago Bulls If Jimmy Butler had a real team built around him, A) the Bulls…

March 22, 2017 Davon Moore No comments exist

Looking at the Eastern Conference standings, there is few legit NBA Finals contenders. But there is some teams that could challenge the repeat Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers. LeBron James has been dominating the East for as long as most can remember. With the shift in power slowly rolling to the East in the NBA,…

March 17, 2017 Courtney Jacobs No comments exist

  Coming off of two consecutive losses, the Washington Wizards got back on track with a 112-107 win over the Chicago Bulls. Strong First Half Washington had a bad taste in their mouths from two straight losses to teams below .500.  They knew they had to step up on both sides of the ball and…

March 16, 2017 Nick Wilcox No comments exist

Dwyane Wade has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a fractured right elbow. K.C. Johnson was the first to report. MRI showed small fracture in Wade's elbow. He's out for regular season. — K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop) March 16, 2017 An MRI on Thursday morning confirmed that Wade has a “sprain and…

March 15, 2017 Courtney Jacobs No comments exist

After going 4-1 on their road trip, the Washington Wizards returned home for a disappointing loss to the Dallas Mavericks.  This is the second time Washington has lost back-to-back games in three weeks. Fast Start on Homecoming Return With playoff positioning on the line, both teams started off hot.  Washington scored 39 points in the…

February 26, 2017 Joshua Vinson No comments exist

Chicago, Illinois—- When Michael Jordan retired from the Chicago Bulls in 1999, the team and their fanbase went through a really dark period until 2008. That year, Englewood’s very own, Derrick Rose, would be drafted number one overall to the hometown team. Shortly thereafter, Rose would become the NBA’s youngest MVP ever in the 2010-2011…

January 22, 2017 Joshua Chapman No comments exist

Here’s the weekly check in on the NBA’s Central Division: Cleveland Cavaliers What Happened? The Cavs blew a 3-1 lead in the NBA…wait, wrong story. The Cavaliers were trounced in their Martin Luther King Day matchup with the Golden State Warriors, losing by 35 points. They then bounced back on the road against the Phoenix…

January 14, 2017 Joshua Chapman No comments exist

Here’s the weekly check in on the NBA’s Central Division: Cleveland Cavaliers What Happened? The Cavs beat the Phoenix Suns by four on Sunday, though they let Eric Bledsoe drop 31 points and Tyson Chandler grabbed 15 rebounds in a blast from the past. On Tuesday, they lost by eight to the Utah Jazz, with…

December 31, 2016 Joshua Vinson No comments exist

Everything that could go wrong, has gone wrong for the Chicago Bulls as of late. They have dropped 11 of their last 17 games. Not to mention they are now below .500. To add more drama to the mix, an ESPN report by Marc Stein cites that their head coach, Fred Hoiberg is in the…