Despite comeback, Chicago Bulls fall to Indiana Pacers, 111-101

(Photo credit: Brian Spurlock – USA TODAY Sports) Chicago Bulls make fourth-quarter comeback, never lead in loss to Indiana Pacers Just four days after defeating them at home, the Bulls lost to the Pacers, 111-101. While the end result suggests the game wasn’t a close one, it was a close game, but only for the…

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Chicago Bulls improve to 3-0 with 118-88 victory over Brooklyn Nets

Bulls dominate Nets throughout for first road win of season The Chicago Bulls put on a treat of a show Monday night at the Barclays Center, defeating the Brooklyn Nets 118-88 in their first road game of the season. The two teams were pretty even within the first few minutes, even owning a 7-7 tie…

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Fast-Break Recap: Chicago Bulls 118, Brooklyn Nets 88

Game 3: Chicago Bulls (3-0) defeat Brooklyn Nets (1-3), 118-88 Oct. 31, 2016 Barclays Center – Brooklyn, New York Quick Take The Bulls established a decisive lead early in the game, owning a double-digit lead just over halfway through the first quarter. With smart ball movement, Chicago was able to put up 38 points in…

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Chicago Bulls introduce first-round draft pick Denzel Valentine

Denzel Valentine has officially been welcomed to the Chicago Bulls organization. The Bulls held an introductory press conference for their first-round pick Monday morning at the Advocate Center, and Valentine instantly spoke positively of his newfound place in the NBA. “One of the reasons I got so excited on draft night was because I was…

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Q&A: Kendall Gill talks Chicago Bulls’ season, NBA playoffs

Editor Ashley Wijangco speaks with former Chicago Bull and current Comcast SportsNet Chicago Bulls analyst Kendall Gill about his return to CSN, how the Bulls’ season went and what his predictions for the NBA playoffs are.   Kendall Gill had a 15-year NBA career after his four years at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.…

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2015-2016 Chicago Bulls “Can or Keep?”: Part 2

Editor emeritus Brandon Pence evaluates how the Chicago Bulls players performed during the 2015-16 season in his annual “Can or Keep” series. (Check out “Can or Keep?” Part 1) You didn’t think retirement was going to keep me from writing “Can or Keep,” did you? This is my WrestleMania, and just like the aging WWE…

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Player of the Week (Dec. 27-Jan. 2): Bobby Portis

Each week, one Bulls player will be selected as The Bulls Charge’s “Player of the Week.” The selections will be based off the player’s performance during the previous week. Readers’ views and suggestions are taken into consideration when choosing the player, but the editor ultimately makes the decision.   Week Overview #FreeBobbyPortis was a success.…

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Derrick Rose undergoes successful surgery for orbital fracture

Derrick Rose underwent surgery Wednesday for the left orbital fracture he sustained in Tuesday’s practice. (UPDATE: the Bulls announced he is expected to return in two weeks.) Per the Chicago Tribune‘s K.C. Johnson, Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg said Rose’s surgery went well, but no timetable for his return has been determined yet. Despite that,…

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Brooks to return, Bulls announce Summer League roster

(Photo credit: Dennis Wierzbicki – USA TODAY Sports)   Yet another familiar face will remain with the Bulls for the 2015-16 season.   ESPN’s Marc Stein has reported that Aaron Brooks will be returning to the Bulls on a one-year deal. Stein made the report on Tuesday, and it has beenconfirmed by the Chicago Tribune‘s…

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