Entries Tagged as 'Chicago Bulls'

Bulls out of Amare sweepstakes?

February 18th, 2009 · No Comments

For the past few days the Chicago Bulls have been rumored as the most likely destination if the Suns pull the trigger on an Amare deal. Suns fans are in luck because that mediocre offer from the Bulls is now off the table with Chicago having dealt two of the principals to Sacramento in a […]

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Tags: Amare Stoudemire · Chicago Bulls · Phoenix Suns Rumors · Trades

Bulls 122, Suns 111 – Another dead end

January 31st, 2009 · 6 Comments

It’s getting harder and harder to have faith in the Phoenix Suns these days. Aside from Leandro Barbosa, Grant Hill and maybe Steve Nash, it just didn’t seem like anybody really cared that awful much while the Suns dropped another one, this time 122-111 to Chicago. Yes, the same Chicago team whose owner called the […]

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Tags: Amare Stoudemire · Chicago Bulls · Grant Hill · Leandro Barbosa · Phoenix Suns Recap · Rebounding · Steve Nash

Game Thread: Bulls (20-27) at Suns (25-19)

January 31st, 2009 · No Comments

Bulls 122, Suns 111             The Suns will get to see just what kind of a difference Shaq makes in tonight’s tilt against the Bulls. Chicago dominated the first meeting, winning 100-83 on Nov. 7 on its home floor, in a game Shaq missed for rest, an issue Bulls head […]

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Tags: Chicago Bulls · Phoenix Suns Preview · Shaquille O'Neal

Bulls 100, Suns 83 – No help for Amare

November 8th, 2008 · No Comments

In hindsight I’m glad I wrote about how well the Suns’ offense performed in its first five games before Friday’s contest in Chicago because those stats won’t be so shiny when Phoenix wakes up Saturday morning. The offense that was a well-oiled machine through five games sputtered its way to a 100-83 loss that was […]

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Tags: Amare Stoudemire · Chicago Bulls · Louis Amundson · Offense · Phoenix Suns Recap · Robin Lopez · Shaquille O'Neal

Game Thread: Suns (4-1) at Bulls (2-3)

November 7th, 2008 · No Comments

Bulls 100, Suns 83                 Mike D’Antoni may be in New York, but that doesn’t change the fact that the Suns have still been the best offensive team in the NBA five games into the season. Case in point, entering Friday’s game in Chicago, the Suns: Lead the […]

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Tags: Chicago Bulls · Offense · Phoenix Suns Preview · Shaquille O'Neal