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  • Bulls sign guard E’Twaun Moore Sep 18, 2014 4:34 PM
    The Bulls officially signed 6-4 guard E'Twaun Moore on Thursday, bringing the number of players under contract to 13. The former Purdue star averaged 21 minutes per game for Orlando during the past two seasons.

     
  • Bulls’ new facility ‘unlike any around the league’ Sep 12, 2014 7:47 PM
    The Bulls officially opened their new practice facility, the Advocate Center, on Friday. Considerably larger than the Berto Center, the new building is located one block east of the United Center. After 30 years of being headquartered in Deerfield, the Bulls are back in the city.

     
  • Ex-Bull ordered to give DNA sample in massage therapist sex assault case Sep 9, 2014 2:53 PM
    A Lake County judge authorized police to take a DNA sample from a former Chicago Bulls player and coach accused of trying to sexually assault a massage therapist in April. The judge also agreed to delay Eric "Rick" Brunson's trial until Dec. 8.

     
  • Rose getting ever closer to being back for Bulls Sep 9, 2014 9:01 PM
    Derrick Rose took a step in the right direction in Tuesday's Team USA win over Slovenia, finishing with 12 points and 5 rebounds. He hadn't played well in the first six games of the tournament, but that's hardly cause for concern.

     
  • U.S. basketball wraps up No. 1 seed with win over Dominican Republic Sep 4, 2014 1:01 AM
    They were expected to be in Barcelona. They hope to finish their trip in Madrid. First, they had to take care of Bilbao. The Americans wrapped up the No. 1 seed in their group Wednesday, improving to 4-0 at the Basketball World Cup with a 106-71 victory over the Dominican Republic. Kenneth Faried, whose shooting percentage dropped after he missed three shots, scored 16 points for the U.S. DeMarcus Cousins came off the bench and added 13 points on 5-of-5 shooting. The Americans will finish Group C play in Bilbao on Thursday against Ukraine — when U.S. coach Mike Krzyzewski will coach against longtime friend and former NBA coach Mike Fratello — before playing their round of 16 game Saturday night in Barcelona against the fourth-place team from Group D, which is still to be determined. A few wins there and they would play for gold in Madrid, but nobody was looking past step one. “Obviously we have to take care of here. Nothing’s given,” forward Rudy Gay said. “We’ve worked hard, we’ve been tested and we’ve overcome that, and also got some pretty big wins.” The Americans surpassed 100 points for the second time in the tournament — and they were “held” to 98 points in their other two games. Even after having to overcome a halftime deficit in one game, they came in averaging a tournament-best 103.3 points and were winning by 35.7 per game. All 12 players scored, and the ones who weren’t in the game were up cheering when back-of-the-bench centers Mason Plumlee and Andre Drummond hooked up on an alley-oop in the final minutes. “I believe everybody felt pretty good how they played tonight,” Cousins said. “That’s what we’re going to need to continue this path.” The Americans led by only three points after one quarter but had no trouble extending that as the game went on, as the Dominicans’ willingness to push the pace simply played into the Americans’ hands. Faried made 8 of 11 shots, a 73-percent clip that actually lowered his percentage for the tournament to 78.4 percent after the Denver forward came into the game hitting 81 percent. Victor Liz scored 15 points for the Dominican Republic (2-2), which will face Turkey on Thursday, still in position to advance. The Dominicans played without Houston Rockets forward Francisco Garcia, who entered the day’s play tied for fourth in the tournament with 21 points per game. He appeared to turn an ankle late in the Dominicans’ victory over Finland on Tuesday, and though he finished the game, was walking gingerly Wednesday as he went to the bench after his teammates had come out to warm up. “They were short-handed. We knew that,” Krzyzewski said. “I thought we did a good job tonight.” The Americans ended up winning nearly as easily as their 105-62 exhibition victory on Aug. 20 in New York, though the Dominicans hung with them a little longer than that night. The U.S. lead was just 25-22 as the Dominicans attacked fearlessly but didn’t have any answer for the Americans’ bigs. Faried had three straight baskets, a couple of them powerful dunks, and Anthony Davis knocked down a jumper to turn a seven-point lead into a 44-29 cushion. Gay got the final four points of the half, making a pair of free throws after he was clobbered intentionally on a breakaway by Edward Santana, then banking in a jumper that make it 56-41. A 25-point third quarter was followed by 25 more in the fourth, capped by a series of dunks down the stretch. DeMar DeRozan finished with 11 points, and Davis and James Harden each had 10 as the U.S. shot 56 percent. Cousins said the Americans were a little sluggish early and still have to start their games better, but nobody was complaining about the finish. “We felt we were going to win and how you play overall, I thought everyone left the court feeling good about how they played,” Krzyzewski said.

     
  • Rose held to 2 points in U.S. win Aug 31, 2014 5:17 PM
    BILBAO, Spain — Kenneth Faried scored 22 points, Anthony Davis all of his 19 in the second half, and the U.S. rebounded from a rare deficit at halftime to beat Turkey 98-77 on Sunday in the Basketball World Cup. A night after beating Finland by 59 in its biggest rout ever while using NBA players in the former world championship, the Americans couldn’t take control against Turkey until early in the fourth quarter. They trailed 40-35 at halftime and Turkey led by six early in the third before the Americans could finally get the game into the quicker tempo they prefer and pull away to win the rematch of the 2010 gold-medal game in Istanbul. The Bulls’ Derrick Rose showed his timing still isn’t back after a nearly two-year absence, missing both shots, turning it over twice and not getting an assist. Rose didn’t get back into the game until the U.S. had opened the big fourth-quarter lead. He finished with 2 points. It was a much tougher game than expected after the Americans hammered Finland 114-55 while Turkey was being outplayed for most of its opener by New Zealand before pulling out the victory. James Harden added 14 points for the U.S. It was tied at 59 with 3:10 left in the third before the Americans closed the period with a 7-1 burst to lead 66-60 after Faried’s basket. The U.S. then ran off 10 in a row to open the fourth and open a 76-60 cushion. The Americans haven’t lost since the semifinals of the 2006 world championship and outside of their victories over Spain in the last two Olympic gold-medal games, haven’t been in danger much since then. But they needed a long time to start looking like the team that is so considered the tournament favorite by so many. It was 16-all after one, and Turkey controlled the tempo in the second quarter, getting to the foul line against a U.S. team that showed moments of frustration with the pace and some calls that went against them. Baris Hersek and Emir Preldzic made consecutive 3-pointers late in the half to give Turkey a 38-32 lead, and it was 40-35 when the teams went to the locker room. Unable to force the turnovers or missed shots to get their transition game going, the Americans looked ordinary in the halfcourt. Davis, who scored 17 points in the opener and had been the Americans’ best player this summer, was scoreless with one rebounds in the half, playing just 10 ½ minutes while picking up two fouls. The Americans are off Monday before continuing pool play Tuesday against winless New Zealand.

     
  • U.S. beat Slovenia in basketball exhibition, Rose has 3 points Aug 26, 2014 7:23 PM
    Mike Krzyzewski’s big men had barely finished pushing around Slovenia when he was asked how they would match up with Spain’s imposing frontcourt. “I’m not going to compare. I haven’t seen Spain play,” Krzyzewski said. “If we play Spain, it’s a long way away. So I’m just concentrating on U.S. and trying to get better.”

     
  • One final hurdle for Rose to clear Aug 22, 2014 11:49 PM
    Derrick Rose returned to action for Team USA in a 112-86 win over Puerto Rico on Friday in New York. Barring a relapse in knee soreness, he appears a lock to make the final roster for the FIBA World Cup, which begins Aug. 30.

     
  • Rose sits this one out Aug 20, 2014 11:08 PM
    Derrick Rose sat out Wednesday's Team USA exhibition romp over Dominican Republc in New York. Whether this was routine rest or a sign that Rose won't make the final roster for the FIBA World Cup remains to be seen.

     
  • Rose sits out US exhibition vs Dominican Republic Aug 20, 2014 6:30 PM
    Derrick Rose is sitting out the U.S. national’s team exhibition game against the Dominican Republic on Wednesday night, with coach Mike Krzyzewski saying he wants to look at other guards. Rose has sat out the last two practices as he works his way back into shape after sitting out most of the last two seasons, though there has been no indication from the Chicago Bulls star or U.S. officials that he is hurting. Rose said after Tuesday’s practice he just wanted extra rest.

     
  • Imrem: D-Rose, Anthony Davis & Jabari Parker. Why not? Aug 18, 2014 5:46 AM
    A Bulls fan's hoop dream might be that there is a hoop dream team out there waiting patiently to happen. How does a combination of Derrick Rose, Anthony Davis and Jabari Parker sound to you? A couple of the hang-ups are that Rose will have to do some serious recruiting, which he has been reluctant to do, and the basketball triplets can't come together for a while anyway because of contractual obligations under NBA rules.

     
  • The Soapbox Aug 16, 2014 5:01 AM
    Daily Herald editors offer quick-hit opinions on suburban topics.

     
  • Thibodeau’s focus no surprise to Team USA players Aug 16, 2014 10:34 PM
    Team USA got a good taste of Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau at Friday's practice, when he spent nearly an hour going over defensive details. Golden State guard Steph Curry said the players were ready for it, since they know all about Thibodeau's reputation.

     
  • Bulls’ Rose still getting into swing of things Aug 17, 2014 12:04 AM
    Derrick Rose scored 7 points and gave the local fans a couple nice highlights as Team USA eased past Brazil 95-78 in an exhibition at the United Center on Saturday. Chicago native Antony Davis, a center for the New Orleans Pelicans, was the star of the night, scoring 20 points.

     
  • Barkley uncertain Rose has regained form Aug 15, 2014 5:18 AM
    Charles Barkley isn’t convinced yet if Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose is back to his true form, and Mike North agrees — it’s too early to tell.

     
  • Fans’ excitement rubs off on Rose Aug 15, 2014 6:55 PM
    During his time with Team USA, Derrick Rose is working on some skills that will carry over into the Bulls season. He wants to be a more vocal leader and stay under control on the basketball court. “The feeling is really coming from the love I’ve been getting from the fans,” Rose said after practice on Friday.

     
  • Derrick Rose: I have no fear, I have faith Aug 15, 2014 5:46 AM
    Derrick Rose was back on the floor with Team USA on Thursday in Chicago. This was the first time the team has been together since Paul George suffered a gruesome broken leg on Aug. 1. Rose has refused to watch video of the accident, but isn't worried about his own health.

     
  • Big games vs. big names to start Bulls season Aug 13, 2014 9:17 PM
    The Bulls will waste no time saying hello to a couple old friends this season. They'll open in Madison Square Garden on Oct. 29 against the New York Knicks and Carmelo Anthony. The home opener two days later will feature LeBron James, now back with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

     
  • Bulls rookie McDermott meets young hoop fans in Lisle Aug 13, 2014 7:23 PM
    Things have changed quickly in the life of Bulls rookie forward Doug McDermott. From the way he was drafted and immediately traded to the Bulls -- to almost quitting the sport in high school but winning two state championships. “Even if things aren’t going your way, there’s always change and there’s always hope,” McDermott said Wednesday at Bulls/Sox Academy in Lisle. “Things can change that quickly if you just put in the work.”

     
  • Bulls release NBA preseason schedule Aug 11, 2014 12:25 PM
    The Chicago Bulls will open their preseason schedule against the Washington Wizards, the team that knocked them out of the NBA playoffs last season.

     
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