The narrative surrounding the Bulls has changed. Optimism has re-emerged about the upcoming postseason and the pessimism birthed from losing five out of six games has disseminated into thin air.
The Bulls contend they aren't worried about playoff seeding and potentially avoiding LeBron James and the red-hot Cleveland Cavaliers. But Mark Schanowski thinks that maybe they should be.
Jimmy Butler missed three weeks with an elbow injury, but since his return a rested, fresher leading scorer has helped the Bulls to a pair of victories, including Wednesday night's against Toronto.

Team talk

  • 4y
    Fans voted Derrick Rose as an All-Star starter Thursday night. Also, Rose didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday because of two stomach ulcers that Rose believes is the cause of eating too much spicy food.
  • 4y
    Through the half-way point in the season, the Bulls are holding opponents to a league-best 42.3 field-goal percentage. Aggrey Sam has the story on why the Bulls are suddenly such a defensive powerhouse.
  • 4y
    CSNChicago.com Bulls Insider Aggrey Sam is reporting that Bulls forward James Johnson has been sent to the Iowa Energy of the NBA D-League at his own request. The assignment is scheduled to last 14 days.
  • 4y
    CSN's Mark Schanowski says the Bulls have the 3rd best record in the Eastern Conference and wins against Miami and Boston, but are they good enough to beat those teams in a best of 7 series?
  • 4y
    France to New York, NCAA titles at Florida and growing pains in Chicago - Joakim Noah's already led an intriguing life and he's only 25. The Bulls center opens up about his past to CSN's Sarah Kustok.
  • 4y
    Kurt Thomas gave the Bulls a vintage performance with 22 points and 9 rebounds as the Bulls beat the Bucks, 92-83 to stay perfect in the division. Derrick Rose chipped in a double-double with 21 points and 10 assists.
  • 4y
    Derrick Rose scored 20 points in the second half and Chicago held Cleveland to 32.1 percent shooting en route to a 92-79 win. Carlos Boozer scored 20 in his return and Luol Deng had a double-double.


Today's Poll

How far will the Bulls go this season?

    Team Schedule

    3/28vs. NY5:00 PT6:00 MT7:00 CT8:00 ET0:00 GMT8:00 5:00 MST7:00 EST4:00 UAE (+1)01:0020:00 ET6:00 CT23:00
    4/1Mil5:00 PT6:00 MT7:00 CT8:00 ET0:00 GMT8:00 5:00 MST7:00 EST4:00 UAE (+1)02:0020:00 ET7:00 CT23:00
    4/3vs. Det5:00 PT6:00 MT7:00 CT8:00 ET0:00 GMT8:00 5:00 MST7:00 EST4:00 UAE (+1)02:0020:00 ET7:00 CT23:00
    4/5Cle12:30 PT1:30 MT2:30 CT3:30 ET19:30 GMT3:30 12:30 MST2:30 EST23:30 UAE21:3015:30 ET2:30 CT18:30
    4/8Orl4:00 PT5:00 MT6:00 CT7:00 ET23:00 GMT7:00 4:00 MST6:00 EST3:00 UAE (+1)01:0019:00 ET6:00 CT22:00
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    3/25TorW 116-103
    3/23vs. ChaW 98-86
    3/21DetL 91-107
    3/20vs. TorW 108-92
    3/18vs. IndW 103-86
    3/15OKCL 100-109
    3/13ChaL 91-101
    3/11PhiW 104-95
    3/9vs. MemL 91-101
    3/8SAL 105-116
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    Injury Report

    3/23/2015Joakim NoahGeneral soreness
    3/11/2015Joakim NoahLeft knee soreness
    3/1/2015Jimmy ButlerLeft elbow sprain
    2/27/2015Taj GibsonLeft ankle sprain
    2/27/2015Pau GasolIllness
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    5:00 PM PT6:00 PM MT7:00 PM CT8:00 PM ET0:00 GMT8:00 5:00 PM MST7:00 PM EST4:00 UAE (+1)01:0020:00 ET6:00 PM CT23:00 WGN/MSG
    New York (14 - 58)     
    Chicago (44 - 29)     
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    Team Stats

    Bulls: Stats
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    Per Game
    Jimmy Butler5738.9.462.837.35320.2
    Pau Gasol6934.6.495.815.52218.6
    Derrick Rose4631.0.407.816.28718.4
    Aaron Brooks7322.4.422.842.39311.5
    Taj Gibson5327.4.495.709-10.3
    Nikola Mirotic7319.8.410.802.3099.8
    Mike Dunleavy5429.2.435.809.4139.3
    Joakim Noah6030.7.446.622.0007.6
    Tony Snell6320.0.438.816.3946.3
    Kirk Hinrich6125.3.373.700.3486.0
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