Even though Tom Thibodeau no longer has Luol Deng around, his philosophy on playing his starters and core players large minutes each night hasn't changed.
DEERFIELD, Ill. — Not that he usually has it easy when it comes to defensive assignments, but during the Bulls’ six-game home stand, Jimmy Butler has been tasked with some brutal matchups.
Joakim Noah doesn't care for the "MVP" chants that scatter across the United Center's 300 level when he shoots free throws.
Joakim Noah wasn’t around for the end of the Bulls’ 27-point loss in Sacramento on Feb. 3. Saturday night he was there, and he finished off the Kings in a 94-87 win.
The Sacramento Kings are on their way to missing the playoffs for the eighth straight season, but Tom Thibodeau and the Bulls know firsthand how dangerous of a team they can be.