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Chicago Bulls – Nikola Mirotic is a Star in the Making

Posted on 4 Mar, 2015, by in NBA

No Derrick Rose or Jimmy Butler, but the Chicago Bulls always find a way to pull through, led by Nikola Mirotic in scoring and Joakim Noah in everything else, beating the crashing Washington Wizards 97-92. More

Chicago Bulls – Derrick Rose is Great, the Defense Not so Much

Posted on 15 Jan, 2015, by in NBA

Despite Derrick Rose having his best game in over a month, the Chicago Bulls keep losing, this time 105-99 at home, in yet another performance that is far less than satisfactory, especially on the defensive side of the ball. More

Chicago Bulls – Nikola Mirotic, Not Derrick Rose, Rules Preseason Debut

Posted on 7 Oct, 2014, by in NBA

How seriously do teams take the NBA preseason? From the tension and borderline violence in the game between the Chicago Bulls and the Washington Wizards, it seems that very seriously. Derrick Rose look good, Nikola Mirotic looked even better, but most of the attention went to Paul Pierce acting like a little kid in front of Joakim Noah and Jimmy Butler doing everything possible except for putting the ball in the basket. More

Washington Wizards – Not Used to This Kind of Success

Posted on 30 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

It’s been quite a long time since the Washington Wizards have won a playoff series, but they’ve upset the Chicago Bulls, winning their first round series in five games, clinching it with a 75-69 victory, pulled through by John Wall and Nene and should be considered as very serious contenders to win the East, no matter who they face in the next round. More

NBA Playoffs – Game 5 Predictions (Warriors vs Clippers, Grizzlies vs Thunder, Wizards vs Bulls)

Posted on 29 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

We carry on with the incredible NBA playoffs, taking on three game 5’s, with one of them between the Washington Wizards and the Chicago Bulls potentially ending the series. Things are a lot more closer in the tied series between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Clippers, with the situation exactly the same for the Memphis Grizzlies and the Oklahoma City Thunder. More

Wizards Over Bulls – A Sweep in the Making

Posted on 23 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

The coaching staff for the Washington Wizards did an excellent job of scouting and analyzing the ways to beat the Chicago Bulls, coming up with a 101-99 win in overtime which wouldn’t have been possible if it wasn’t for Bradley Beal igniting in the fourth quarter with no one able to stop him, while Kirk Hinrich missed two free throws at the end of the game that could have given us a little bit more basketball instead of sending his team into a 2-0 hole. More

NBA Playoffs – Game 2 Predictions (Wizards vs Bulls, Hawks vs Pacers, Nets vs Raptors)

Posted on 22 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

The NBA Playoffs continue with three series in which the road team was able to steal home court advantage and head into game 2 with a lot less pressure on their shoulders: The Washington Wizards visiting the Chicago Bulls, Atlanta Hawks playing the Indiana Pacers and the Brooklyn Nets facing the Toronto Raptors. More

Wizards Over Bulls – Nothing Special About Game 1 Upsets

Posted on 21 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

We’ve gotten used to the road win taking home court advantage in these playoffs, and the Washington Wizards beating the Chicago Bulls in the series opener was no different from the trend, taking a 102-93 win thanks to a strong finish with an excellent performance from Nene and an overall great effort on the glass. More

NBA Playoffs – Game 1 Predictions (Bobcats vs Heat, Wizards vs Bulls)

Posted on 20 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

The series of opening games in the NBA playoffs continues, with the Eastern conference showcasing the NBA champions playing against the Charlotte Bobcats and a much more potentially closer encounter between the Washington Wizards and the Chicago Bulls. More

NBA Playoffs – Wizards vs Bulls Series Predictions

Posted on 18 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

For the Washington Wizards, making the playoffs was the goal, and everything else is a bonus. The Chicago Bulls looked like championship contenders, maybe even favorites, when the season began. Then injuries happened, and a trade. But something clicked, and an excellent blend of defense and rebounding, not to mention the weakness of the more popular choices for favorites in the East make them think about a title once more. More