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bulls91
Posted on: Nov 24 2008, 07:36 PM


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For the Utah game i am going to go with Tyrus Thomas
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Posted on: Nov 11 2008, 03:54 PM


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I am going Deng v.s. the Hawks.
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Posted on: Nov 8 2008, 02:08 PM


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i am going to go with Derrick Rose verse Cleveland on the 8th.
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Posted on: Nov 1 2008, 11:01 PM


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For the Orlando game i will go with Loul Deng.
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Posted on: Oct 29 2008, 04:20 PM


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For the Celtics game i am going to go with Derrick Rose
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Posted on: Oct 28 2008, 05:21 PM


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for the Bucks game i am going to pick Tyrus Thomas
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Posted on: Oct 27 2008, 09:27 PM


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This is what I want:

PG- Rose
SG- Sefolosha
SF- Deng
PF- Gooden or Thomas (Depends on the match-ups for that game)
C- Noah

That gives us height, offense ( Rose, Deng, and Gooden), and Defense ( Sef, Deng, Thomas, and Noah) along with players that have different strengths that cover up the other players weaknesses. Which is what Del Negro has been wanting. That also gives us a scorer off the bench in Gordon, a veteran in Hinrich, and a high energy player in Thomas off the bench ( but needs at least 25 mpg). And if Gooden comes off the bench in stead that gives us a player that can hit the 15 footer and spread the offense out a little more. That way we would also have decent back ups in Nocioni, Gray, plus fillers.

Just my thought.
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Posted on: Aug 1 2008, 04:34 PM


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You can also see the interview and other things on his official web site. Just FYI bullssmilie1.jpg

http://www.drosehoops.com/rose/index
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Posted on: Jul 10 2008, 01:06 PM


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It will be good to see what Noah can do on D aginst Brook Lopez a really good post player.
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Posted on: Jul 8 2008, 07:20 PM


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BULLS WIN!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted on: Jun 25 2008, 03:55 PM


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QUOTE (Balta1701-B @ Jun 25 2008, 04:45 PM) *
Frankly I don't have a clue.

The idea of bring Chris Bosh to the bulls was out on another thread. We could trade the #8 pick, Gordon/Deng, Tyrus, maybe one other player of their choice that would make it fair?
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Posted on: Jun 19 2008, 09:31 AM


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With the 15th pick in the NBA Draft. The Phenix suns select...

Marreese Speights from the University of Florida

Speights will help as a back up until shaq retires from the league. His stock is improving by the day from good workouts. He is very athletic which the Suns rely on, and has a decent shot.
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Posted on: Jun 18 2008, 12:26 PM


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With the tenth pick in the NBA Draft the New Jersey Nets pick...

Anthony Randolph for Louisiana State University

The Nets take Randolph based on his potential of playing the PF (if he can add on lots more weight). If he can't then he will still be a very nice backup to Richard Jefferson and play sparing minutes at the 4.
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Posted on: Jun 17 2008, 10:32 PM


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Should the bulls still risk taking Walker even after he hurt his knee pretty bad in a workout with the golden state? His knees are already in bad enough shape having two surgery's already on one knee.
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Posted on: Jun 12 2008, 10:04 PM


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I will take the Nets and the Suns.
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Posted on: May 20 2008, 06:36 PM


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QUOTE (AtHomeBoy_2000 @ May 20 2008, 07:43 PM) *
Do the Bulls need another guard, or a big center?
Trade Gordon and/or Captain Kirk if they like the guards.

either those two or we get beasley and trade Nocioni and/or Deng.
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Posted on: May 20 2008, 06:32 PM


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QUOTE (AtHomeBoy_2000 @ May 20 2008, 07:40 PM) *
Brook Lopez, Michael Beasley, or O.J. Mayo???

Try the hometown native. Derrick Rose. notworthy.gif
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Posted on: May 20 2008, 06:31 PM


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holy Shiznet
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Posted on: May 20 2008, 06:30 PM


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QUOTE (AtHomeBoy_2000 @ May 20 2008, 07:35 PM) *
Holy $h!t! Bulls are in the top 3!!!!

I wet myself.

i was jumping up and down and hit my head on my ciling. OUCH! mecry.gif

But it was well worth it bullssmilie1.jpg
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Posted on: May 20 2008, 06:08 PM


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Ben Gordon has made 33 consectutive free throws in the playoffs before

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...scored 37 points after draining a career-high 15 FGM and passing a career-high nine assists vs. MIL (11/06) … twice named Eastern Conference Player of the Week (01/29 & 04/16) … 2007 Playoffs: Averaged a 20.4 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 3.8 apg and 39.5 mpg in 10 games … shot .415 from the field, .436 from the arc and .921 from the line … set a team playoff-record with 33 consecutive free throws made over a span of seven games (streak is still active) … set a career high with 11 assists against Miami in Game 1 (04/21).
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Posted on: May 14 2008, 03:03 PM


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By his own estimation, Jerry Reinsdorf is the world's only perfect human being. Never has he done anything wrong, even when his nose is growing and the neon sign across his forehead flashes "I SCREWED UP." The labor dispute that killed a World Series, the breakup of the Jordan Bulls, baseball's steroids era, threats to move the White Sox, the mediocre ballpark he built with public money -- noooo, don't blame him, even if he was a prime power player in each situation.

And when those of us who aren't in his back pocket go ahead and blame him anyway, Reinsdorf's tired reaction is to pinpoint a target and call that person a liar, a reneger, a piece of garbage or -- in the case of a fine, affable gentleman named Mike D'Antoni -- "rude."

If D'Antoni is rude, what exactly is Jerry Reinsdorf?

Obnoxious fool works for me.

Never mind that D'Antoni and his people sent signals for days that he wanted to coach the Bulls. Never mind that John Paxson, Reinsdorf's general manager, met with D'Antoni twice and concluded he wanted D'Antoni to coach the Bulls. Never mind that Chicago folks who know basketball understood D'Antoni's fun quotient and playoff pedigree and hoped he would come and make something of a boring, irrelevant franchise. The fact remains that Reinsdorf met with Paxson a week ago Tuesday and didn't find time to meet with D'Antoni until Friday afternoon, though they live only about 200 yards and a few rock gardens apart in Arizona. That means three entire days passed for the New York Knicks to swoop in, eventually make a $24 million offer over four years and woo D'Antoni with the love and big-city thinking he needed to hear.

In other words, Reinsdorf once again was a slow, sluggish, dilly-dallying leader lacking the ability to cut a deal -- just as he failed to acquire Pau Gasol or Kevin Garnett over the last 10 months, just as he failed to deliver Tracy McGrady and Tim Duncan after the broken dynasty, just as he let the Jerry Krause-Phil Jackson strife turn ugly -- largely because he never satisfied Jackson monetarily -- and chased away Michael Jordan before he was done playing. Am I not correct that Reinsdorf is the chairman of the Bulls? If he's going to pose in the media guide with six NBA title trophies -- hardware that had everything to do with Jordan and little to do with him -- the least he can do is accept responsibility when the franchise turns sour. Since telling us that he couldn't wait to reconstruct his own dynasty, since saying he never wanted the Bulls to sink as low as the Boston Celtics did after their '80s glory years, guess what happened?

The Bulls have become the Boston Celtics after their '80s glory years, winning exactly one playoff series in 10 seasons while employing four head coaches and losing 511 of 810 games. The brainwashed, bought-off media sheep who think Reinsdorf is a good owner need to explain something: How does a good owner let the greatest single resource in American sports history -- Jordan -- get away from the franchise and lose all momentum from that powerful experience? In truth, Reinsdorf will go down as one of the all-time flops because he said he could build a dynasty and instead produced a travesty.

For many fans, the D'Antoni debacle is the last straw. Despite the low spark of spinmasters dependent on Reinsdorf for employment -- on the local Comcast SportsNet outlet, controlled by Reinsdorf, talk puppet David Kaplan shamelessly referred to D'Antoni as "disingenous" -- fans want to know how a franchise that targets a coach swung and missed so badly. Follow me, people, keeping in mind that Paxson loved D'Antoni and now must wonder if he's being Jerry-rigged.

Where was Reinsdorf during the recruitment period? While new Knicks boss Donnie Walsh was wining and dining D'Antoni, Reinsdorf was, in part, tending to Ozzie Guillen's Flying Circus -- an F-bomb-loaded rip job on fans and media, a blowup-dolls clubhouse flap, the usual junk. If he didn't employ a high-maintenance baseball manager and if he'd prioritized D'Antoni last week when everyone knew the Phoenix Suns coach was a hot item, my guess is he would have been introduced Tuesday at the United Center and not Madison Square Garden. Basically, Jerry dawdled and lost. He was outhustled, outworked and outstrategized by Walsh.

Another major Reinsdorf flaw: He refuses to talk to the agents of coaches. This is reminiscient of a destructive issue during the in-house dysfunction of the '90s, when Reinsdorf wouldn't give a well-deserved blockbuster deal to Jackson. If I'm D'Antoni, why would I deal with Reinsdorf when he won't deal with my agent?

And if I'm a major free agent, why would I ever sign with Chicago?

It leads me to a conclusion I've reached before: Reinsdorf should sell the Bulls to someone who cares about basketball. If there was any justice, he'd sell the franchise to Jordan, who hasn't been around much because, incredibly, there never was an agreement to give him even a small piece of ownership. But I'm not holding my breath. Now listed with Robert Judelson and Sanford Takiff among the club's alternate NBA governors is a new name.

Michael Reinsdorf, son of Jerry.

Keeping it in the family doesn't work for me. There's just too much spinning and politicking. When Jerry's dawdling was ripped in several quarters, including by ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, he did what he always does: He went into his bunker and spun. He talked to his writer friend Sam Smith, now with the Sporting News, and talked to the Reinsdorf-friendly sports staff at the Chicago Tribune, which, of course, is owned by a company that has business relationships with Reinsdorf. The Trib story featured the quote that D'Antoni was "rude," along with a Reinsdorf assertion that D'Antoni "misled" the Bulls by claiming he really didn't want to coach the Knicks. Then Reinsdorf listed exact dates of times of meetings and phone calls involving D'Antoni.

We don't care, Jerry. All we care about is that you blew it.

Again.

Asked by the Sporting News if he told Reinsdorf that he didn't want to coach the Knicks, D'Antoni first denied it, then played peacemaker. "I don't remember saying that," he said. "Maybe. Who knows? We talked a long time. He told me this could take a while. I said I was not in a hurry. But that night I decided, 'This is where I want to go and I don't want to use anybody.' Jerry was feeling me out a little. He was trying to get convinced."

No, he dawdled.

The episode reminds me of the time Reinsdorf offered Horace Grant a new deal, only to lose out when the veteran forward signed with the Orlando Magic. Huffing and puffing, Reinsdorf called a quick press conference, accused Grant of reneging on a handshake and added that he took games off with the "blue flu." That's the Jerry Way. When spurned, attack someone's integrity, even if you thought highly of the same person just the day before.

So now who? Tom Thibodeau, the Boston assistant who might not be available until late June? Brian Shaw, Kurt Rambis? Michael Curry? Eddy Curry? Seems the Bulls are dead meat in this town, thanks to their no-can-do owner.

If anyone is being rude, it's him.


Maybe all along it was Reinsdorf fault that all of the things that we have blamed Paxson. And it was really out of his control? What are your opinions?
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Posted on: Jan 31 2008, 06:49 PM


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What about Hasheem Thabeet he is a massive tall guy that stands at 7'3" and has developed so much since he first stepped on to a college floor.
Offensively he has developed a nice jump hook that he threw up a few times in the Indiana game and can also get lots of offensive boards if he gains more weight and learns which comes with experience.
Defensively what else can he do better with a 7'3" frame then to have almost 4 blocks per game, which is outstanding in my mind it is what tyrus can do but is about 7 inches taller the tyrus he could use some work on his post and all around defenve but that will also come with experience as well.
You can't teach size and this guy has that plus some what do you think? huh.gif
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Posted on: Dec 31 2007, 02:54 PM


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Dwight Howand is a BEAST I wish the bulls had him. Also why are they not playing sefolosha he is a tall guard that can actually graud and maybe they would hit so many of these three's taht they are hitting like they are going out of style.
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Posted on: Dec 25 2007, 02:00 AM


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QUOTE (Chicago Bulls Franchise @ Dec 24 2007, 11:00 PM) *
I brought him up, that doesn't mean I want him. I really don't have a clue as to who should coach the Bulls. Its a wait and see sorta thing. All of them have their pro's and cons. I would say Hubie Brown just cause it seems like he loves us so much whenever were on TV but he's way too old and fainted during a timeout with the Grizz a few years ago so he's done for good. Yeah I wanted Adelman last year cuz he ignited that Kings team that sucked for so many years and made them a powerhouse for some time. Because of this firing do you think John mixes up his drafting style to fit the new head coach? It seemed like he picked his players based on the way they meshed with Skile's philosophy.

First i want to see Paxson look at a guy like Mike Budenholzer he is from the spurs organization, is the head assistant and is part of the reason that the spurs have won some championships in the resent years unlike the bulls. His style of play is some of the same as popovich(sp?) and that is the style that won them championships.

I also can see Paxson trading for a high draft pick and a player that will work will in the new system for a player or players that consist of Gordon, hinrich and/or Wallace plus another player or two (or some combo what ever it is worth) also for a small piece that the new coach wants to be in his system in order to make it work, that way when the new coach does get here then he can place two new young players into the new system and work with them one the things that they will need for his style of play. I would not mind getting a player of the caliber like a Jerryd Bayless a tall point that knows how to distribute the ball and also knows how to take a game over,or a player like deAndre Jordan who is a ligit 7-footer and has been compared to Dwight Howard he is coming into his own on the offensive end and also knows how to play stunning defense , and for the second first round pick because we all know that the bulls will not get anywhere close to the playoffs and might as well just blow the season for a good draft pick so another early first round pick that i would chose is a tall guard like Nicolas Batum that has the making to be a superstar player in the NBA and he also is a amazingly athletic and is also able to play solid defense. That would be a good new base for this franchise to grow on. It is time to start over the team that we have is not getting the job done so either make a big move for a star or start form scratch and work your way up again which ever Paxson wants to do.
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Posted on: Dec 24 2007, 11:53 AM


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QUOTE (Jason82807 @ Dec 24 2007, 12:51 PM) *
Hopefully his departure will bring about a return to the winning culture that was once the cornerstone of Chicago sports.

I kinda saw this happening because after two months this season he could not get a good rotation going and that has been what has hurt us this year. Beacuse of this i could see paxson shipping some guys out like hinrich because hinrich was like his jason kidd in pheonix a few years ago and would not let him be traded. Also this could be why deng has not developed into the stud that we all think he can be. I see alot of things happening to his team till the trade deadline.
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