Mike Dunleavy was disciplined by the NBA for his actions against the Milwaukee Bucks, but he wasn’t suspended, his chin-check to Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams was merely upgraded to a flagra
MILWAUKEE—This is what Joakim Noah wanted, a trip to Cleveland.
Perhaps the flukish way the Bulls lost Game 4 wasn’t enough to motivate them to approaching Game 5 with the appropriate focus and downright fear the playoffs require.
Joakim Noah’s hamstring will keep him out of the Bulls’ season finale against the Atlanta Hawks, but he’ll be ready for Game 1 of the playoffs this weekend.
Yes, Derrick Rose practiced again, this time in a live scrimmage setting with the rest of the rotational players available for Bulls practice Tuesday.