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Chicago Bulls 2014 News and Updates
3/4/14 PM - Momentum – in the form of a triple-double for Chicago Bulls big man Joakim Noah – is back in the United Center for the Bulls, who have reeled off four straight wins since a lackluster loss to the Miami Heat last week. Noah had 13 points, along with 12 boards and 14 dishes for the Bulls in their 109-90 victory over New York this past weekend. Chicago also got a team high 23 points off the bench from D.J. Augustin, and new acquisition Jimmer Fredette, recently waived by Sacramento, made his Chicago debut as well. All five Chicago starters scored in double figures for the Bulls in their defeat of the Knicks.
3/4/14 AM - Upon negotiating his buyout last week from the Philadelphia 76ers, forward Danny Granger quickly signed with the contender he wanted, the Los Angeles Clippers. Signing his contract Friday afternoon, Granger was ready to hit the floor for the Clips’ contest against visiting New Orleans. However, coach Doc Rivers failed to indicate Granger as active on the official scorecard submitted to the league – so Granger had to retreat to the locker room and return to his street clothes. That might have been the only mistake the Clippers made last weekend, as they blitzed New Orleans 108-76 behind 21 points and eight assists from Chris Paul; 20 points from Blake Griffin; and 12 rebounds plus four blocked shots from DeAndre Jordan.
2/24/14 - Even though Miami’s best player was on the sidelines in a suit and tie, the Chicago Bulls were unable to capitalize, losing 93-79 to the Heat, with the third quarter of the game being decisive – the two teams went into the locker rooms at the half tied, but Miami outscored the Bulls 25-12 in the third period. Center Joakim Noah had unpleasant words for the press after the game; in an ESPNChicago story, Noah said, “When we play the Miami Heat, our intensity has to be high the whole time.” He also said, “I’m frustrated about the game right now.” Coach Tom Thibodeau was also less than pleased, saying, “We have to be tougher.” One very telling negative stat for the Bulls: They were called for seven shot-clock violations for the game.
2/18/14 - Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah put in a good showing at last weekend’s NBA All Star Game in New Orleans, scoring eight points, chipping in five rebounds and five assists as well as a steal in 21 minutes on the court in for the East in their comeback 163-155 win over the West. In a TrueHoop TV video posted on ESPN.com, Noah says he still believes that the Bulls are on the right track to a title, despite losing Derrick Rose to another season ending injury and Luol Deng in a trade. While the Bulls overall are getting the job done on defense (second in the NBA behind Indiana in points allowed per game), they will need to improve on their league worst offense to have any hope of gaining ground in the standings.
2/6/14 - During their eight-game road trip, the Chicago Bulls have so far split their games, collecting wins over Charlotte, San Antonio, and most recently Phoenix on February 4; while losing to lesser lightweights Minnesota, New Orleans, and Sacramento. After the win over the Suns, Joakim Noah slapped a new nickname on Jimmy Butler: “Blazing Saddles,” after the Mel Brooks comedy flick. Butler is already known among his teammates as “Cowboy,” and he recorded his fifth straight double-figure scoring game against Phoenix.
1/31/14 - Despite losing Derrick Rose once again to injury, the Chicago Bulls remain in the thick of the playoff hunt, even though the team is hovering right around the .500 mark. However, Rose’s extended absence has left the door open for veteran center Joakim Noah to step up. Noah, who is having a career year statistically, was named on January 30 as one of the Eastern Conference’s All-Star reserves. Noah is averaging 11.4 rebounds per game, while recent acquisition Luol Deng leads the squad in points per game at 19.0.
1/21/14 - The Chicago Bulls are up to.500 with a 20-20 record halfway through the season, and are the 6th seed in the East. Thanks to their 102-100 victory over the dejected Lakers yesterday at home, the Bulls have gotten hot, winning eight of their last ten games. Chicago can score another W tomorrow over divisional opponents, the Cavaliers, but they’ll have to face former teammate Luol Deng, who was traded for (and immediately released) Andrew Bynum and three draft picks, to do so. Chicago’s next home game will pit them against the Clippers this Friday, who won’t go down easy. Chicago Bulls tickets for this uncompromising match-up start at $29 in the Upper Level and $81 in the Lower Level. Carlos Boozer’s amnesty clause will likely see him leave Chi-Town this summer, so this may be the last few weeks you can jump on the Booze Train before it leaves the station!
4/1/13 - The Chicago Bulls have grinded out some close wins of late. Their toughness was rewarded last week when they broke the Miami Heat 27-game winning-streak and clinched a playoff berth. Miami is a likely opponent should the Bulls get to the second round. Chicago has proven that they can win against the best (even with multiple injuries to key players), are physical, and resilient. Many feel the only question mark around the team is whether or not Derrick Rose will return to the court before the end of the season. We’ll all stay tuned as the Bulls finish the regular season with four home games against the Orlando Magic, Toronto Raptors, New York Knicks, and Washington Wizards.
2/20/14 - When thinking of the Chicago Bulls, what usually comes to mind are the Bulls squads of the Michael Jordan days, the Bulls who won several NBA titles while blowing away the opposition. The Bulls of today are not quite the same caliber, but remain a formidable opponent to play, and are well in the playoff hunt. While as a team, they are no offensive juggernaut — near the bottom of the league in points scored per game — the Bulls make up for their lack of offense with one of the top team defenses in the NBA, and they're doing it without their superstar, Derrick Rose, who suffered a major knee injury in last season's playoffs.
Rose's rehab is just about completed and he is starting to practice again, which will definitely provide a lift to the Bulls offense. In his absence, Joakim Noah (the son of retired French tennis star Yannick Noah) is picking up much of the slack, along with forward Luol Deng. While Deng leads the team in scoring, Noah is a force in the center, leading the team in rebounding, steals, and blocked shots. Carlos Boozer and Richard Hamilton also provide offensive punch; while Kirk Hinrich, when healthy, is an assist machine, distributing the ball to teammates. Coach Tom Thibodeau has to be praying for Rose's ultimate return to the United Center floor; when that happens, the Bulls will have to be considered as a serious contender for the NBA title chase once again.
Bulls tickets at the United Center in Chicago average $168, currently the 5th most expensive NBA tickets this season. Bulls fans on a budget in the Windy City will find cheap Chicago Bulls tickets under $40 in the 300 level for select 2013 Bulls home games. On the road, Bulls basketball tickets average $141 — only the
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Chicago Bulls 2013-2014 Season
Entering the 2013-14 season, Chicago Bulls tickets are the fourth most expensive NBA ticket, averaging $269 (up 68% since last year). The $109 jump in average price is a result of the Bulls MVP point guard being back on the court. Last year we saw the rise of young players like Joakim Noah, Jimmy Butler, and Taj Gibson; add Rose back into the mix and the team is a true, Eastern Conference title contender. While we saw the Bulls lose the season opener to the Heat, Chicago did outscore their opponents in the second half proving you can never count them out coming down the stretch. It was a different story against the Knicks in Rose’s homecoming two nights later. A baseline floater by the Chicago native with 5.7 seconds left on the clock, gave the Bulls their first win of the season. Another must-see Eastern Conference matchup will come on Christmas Day
against the Brooklyn Nets in a rematch of last year’s seven game series in the first round of the playoffs. The two big market teams
will kickoff NBA Christmas of high-caliber matchups of top players and teams.
The Bulls did not make any major moves during free agency, but they hope that the return of a healthy Derrick Rose will propel them back to the top of the Eastern Conference. Rose looks to regain his MVP form and bring championship-level basketball back to the United Center after missing the entire 2012-13 season. The Bulls will open the 2013-14 season on 10/29 in Miami, hoping to avenge their hard-fought second round playoff loss to the Heat last season.