The boos started for Edwin Jackson in the first inning, once Matt Kemp launched a 96 mph fastball that almost cleared the top of the left-field bleachers.
Coming off a breakout offensive season in which he was arguably the Bulls’ most reliable scoring option (certainly in the post) and the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year runner-up (and probably should h
Joakim Noah had the best season of any center in the NBA last season, as evidenced by making his second consecutive All-Star Game, winning the league’s Defensive Player of the Year award and being
Paul Konerko said he took some "dry swings" yesterday and felt 'OK' afterward. He has not played since Sept. 2 in Minnesota due to a fracture sesamoid bone in his left hand.
As Team USA prepares for its first FIBA World Cup pool-play game Saturday against Finland, featuring 2013 Bulls second-round draft pick Erik Murphy, in Bilbao, Spain, the focus in Chicago remains