Given how poorly the New York Knicks have started their season and the rash of injuries to hit their locker room, perhaps it’s not the worst thing that the Bulls aren’t fully healthy heading into
Carmelo Anthony’s return to Chicago may not meet expectations if the Knicks’ superstar isn’t able to play on Thursday night.
Wednesday's Bulls practice inside the Advocate Center marked a rare occasion that really shouldn't be this late in the season.
The Bulls finally showed some signs of fatigue in their 15th road game of the season, missing a few easy looks and not being able to close the gap in the fourth quarter of a 93-86 loss to the Atla
Joakim Noah is progressing, but the reigning Defensive Player of the Year still isn't ready to return from a sprained right ankle.