Yay. Derrick Rose won the MVP. Let’s celebrate. Yay. Okay, time to get back to things that are actually, you know, important. Saying the Bulls laid an egg in Game one is an insult to laying eggs. The Bulls absolutely dominated the Hawks in the regular season winning two out of three games with a margin of victory of 25.5 points. In the game they lost, the Bulls blew a … [Read more...] about Chicago Bulls Looking for Game 2 Vengeance on Atlanta Hawks
I never thought the Chicago Bulls would miss Kirk Hinrich this much. But four games into the NBA season, (that means we're 1/20th of the way through the season already) you can see how he mattered more than we thought he did last summer. Keith Bogans, the second oldest guy on the Bulls behind Kurt Thomas, is the starter at the shooting guard position. Two new wings imported … [Read more...] about What’s up with the Bulls Shooting Guard Options?
Last season the Chicago Bulls finished dead last in the NBA in three point field goal percentage. In the summer they went out and got Kyle Korver from Utah. All he did was lead the league in three point shooting percentage. Actually he broke the NBA season record for three point percentage, with a .536 eclipsing that of former Bull Steve Kerr and his .524 in 1994-95. Problem … [Read more...] about Maybe the Bulls Will Start Making some 3s Now?
The Chicago Bulls announced today the signing of free agent guard/forward Keith Bogans. Sources say the deal for the University of Kentucky product is two years, with only one guaranteed. Bulls.com writer Sam Smith reported that the deal is worth about $2.5 million. Bogans (6-5, 215) has been in the NBA for seven years, spending last season with San Antonio. He played in … [Read more...] about Bulls round out roster by signing Keith Bogans