The Bulls brought their defense to the United Center Monday night, allowing a franchise-low 58 points, in their 97-58 victory over the Hawks. Carlos Boozer led Chicago with 20 points and also added 13 rebounds.
In his second return to the United Center since joining the Hawks, Kyle Korver recalls his fond memories as a Bull, while teammate Jeff Teague is still getting used to facing his younger brother.
As is the case around this time of year, trades are a hot topic and several readers ask Insider Aggrey Sam if the Bulls will be active before February's deadline, including the potential in dealing for Memphis scorer Rudy Gay.
After suffering a 17-point loss their last time around, the Bulls are prepared to take on the Hawks and bounce back after a difficult run at the United Center.
After losing two of their last three contests at the United Center, the Bulls will try to get back on track there tonight when they host the Atlanta Hawks. Coverage begins at 6:30 on Comcast SportsNet with Bulls Pregame Live.
Frustration boiled over for the typically-reserved Bulls Saturday in the loss to the Suns, as four Bulls -- including coach Tom Thibodeau -- picked up technical fouls.
The Bulls have beat some of the best teams in the league this season, but they've also struggled against some of the lesser teams, like the Suns Saturday night. That has to change soon, says coach Tom Thibodeau.
The Bulls' struggles at home continue as they fell to the lowly Phoenix Suns Saturday, who began the season 2-17 on the road. Check out highlights from the action.
The Phoenix Suns came into Saturday night having played three games in their last four nights, and with just two wins in 19 road games, but they still took it to the Bulls in the United Center, stunning Chicago 97-81.