MEMPHIS—For a stretch of Monday night’s game, James Johnson looked like the player the Bulls envisioned when they selected him 16th overall in the 2009 NBA Draft.
NEW YORK—Nets head coach Jason Kidd is in his first year on the sidelines, just months removed from playing with the crosstown-rival Knicks in the final campaign of what will surely be a Hall of F
BROOKLYN—Although he arrived in Chicago before the holiday season officially started, D.J. Augustin’s presence has already been an unexpected present for the Bulls.
Turns out that the momentum from Friday night’s dramatic win in Milwaukee didn’t last long, as the Bulls (9-13) put forth a lackluster effort Saturday evening at the United Center en route to a 99
By Charlie Roumeliotis