It doesn’t happen often, but Friday night at the United Center, the Bulls were beaten up by a more physical team.
While it’s nice to be back in Chicago for an extended period of time, the Bulls’ six-game home stand is no piece of cake, as evidenced by Friday night’s physical, defensive-oriented and close-knit
MESA, Ariz. – Kris Bryant won’t be blowing kisses at pitchers. It’s hard to picture him growing a Mohawk or smearing his face with eye black like an NFL linebacker.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. – The Cubs have one obvious candidate to start Opening Day in Jeff Samardzija, the longest-tenured guy on the team and a 200-innings/200-strikeouts force.
When Derrick Rose went down with another season-ending knee injury and Luol Deng was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers, somebody on the Bulls needed to step up.
Enter Joakim Noah.