While it’s nice to be back in Chicago for an extended period of time, the Bulls’ six-game home stand is no piece of cake, as evidenced by Friday night’s physical, defensive-oriented and close-knit
MESA, Ariz. – Kris Bryant won’t be blowing kisses at pitchers. It’s hard to picture him growing a Mohawk or smearing his face with eye black like an NFL linebacker.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. – The Cubs have one obvious candidate to start Opening Day in Jeff Samardzija, the longest-tenured guy on the team and a 200-innings/200-strikeouts force.
When Derrick Rose went down with another season-ending knee injury and Luol Deng was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers, somebody on the Bulls needed to step up.
Enter Joakim Noah.
Jimmy Butler didn’t exactly ease his way back into the Bulls’ lineup after a two-game absence, playing more than 36 minutes in Wednesday night’s 103-83 victory over the Warriors at the United Cent