Bulls Talk

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Although Joakim Noah did not have the statistical performance in Game 1 in Miami that he showcased in Game 7 against Brooklyn, his continued development and energy he brings is praised throughout the team.
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Is Tom Thibodeau out-coaching Nets interim P.J. Carlesimo? Are the Bulls better off without Derrick Rose? Catch these answers and more in Aggrey Sam's weekly NBA mailbag.
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The Bulls staved off a comeback attempt by the Bucks and downed Milwaukee to kick off a six-game road trip Wednesday night.

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Luol Deng has come back from his five-game absence and his hamstring feels good enough for the All-Star to be inserted back into the starting lineup, bumping Jimmy Butler back to a bench role.

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Bulls Insider Aggrey Sam answers this week's top team-related questions. From Jimmy Butler's improvements to Derrick Rose's rehab, what can we expect in the future?

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After Monday's practice at the Berto Center, Tom Thibodeau and the Bulls discussed a range of topics, from winning with the home court advantage to Rajon Rondo's season-ending injury.

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Luol Deng hamstring is a game-time decision for Monday night, but even when he returns Tom Thibodeau believes Jimmy Butler will have a continued role in the Bulls' gameplan.

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The last time the Bulls and Bobcats met, Charlotte broke an 18-game losing streak by upsetting the Chicago at home. With the Bulls coming off a bad loss in Washington, they'll need an important win on Comcast SportsNet.

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The Bulls had a disappointing night in D.C., scoring just 29 points in the second half as their three-game win streak came to an end Saturday night.

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Carlos Boozer didn't have a very memorably night Saturday in D.C., as the Bulls suffered a disappointing loss and the power forward was called for a questionable flagrant foul.

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