DEERFIELD, Ill. — The Bulls, down to nine healthy players in their last game, might get some reinforcements back in the lineup in the near future.
When discussing the Bulls' goal of keeping the momentum from their triumphant Thursday-night victory over Miami going, Joakim Noah unwittingly spilled the beans.
In the second season of his second stint in Chicago, Kirk Hinrich once again has been asked to take on starting point guard duties.
If it isn't obvious, Mike James isn't the type to go down without a fight.
Tom Thibodeau isn’t one to let his team feel sorry for itself, even after a painful triple-overtime loss at home just two days prior.