root against everyone (actually I found myself rooting for the Pacers fairly easily in game 1...)
New mock drafts are out, and the majority of them have the Bulls taking a center. Shooting guard is also a position of need for Chicago.
Luol Deng could again be on the trading block for the Bulls, but it doesn't seem to make much sense for the team to trade its starting small forward.
Will Nate Robinson be priced out? How high do you rate this past season? Oh and a profile on the 'hands-off' Bulls owner.
We take a quick look back at the Miami series and the season as a whole with the disappointment offset by pride. Given the circumstances, the 2012/13 Bulls were incredibly entertaining and still managed to overachieve. We also dip into some offseason
a look at the Bulls final game of the season, which saw a now-expected good performance from the likes of Jimmy Butler and Nate Robinson, plus some unexpected appearances from Rip Hamilton and 'inside-scoring' Boozer.
the Bulls didn't roll over, and instead did what they have done all season: provide excitement and thrilling basketball even in what turned out to be their last game of the season
The Bulls will look to stave off elimination in Game 5 against the Heat, but it feels like the time has come for the season to end.
The Heat are beating the Bulls at their own game: aggressively attacking the ball handler in the pick-and-roll to force turnovers and kick-start the fast break.
How bad were the Bulls in Game 4? You have to go all the way back to the first season of the post-dynasty era.
The Bulls' offense was on a milk carton in a truly horrendous Game 4 performance at the United Center.
Officiating has been a point of contention during the Bulls-Heat series, but it masks a greater reality about the two teams.