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"Yeah [Miami] have the worst fans. No question. It's not even loud in there. You're at the game and...

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"Yeah [Miami] have the worst fans. No question. It's not even loud in there. You're at the game and you are like, 'Man this place isn't even loud.' At least when you go to Chicago, it's loud in there, it's crazy down in Dallas but it's not even loud in Miami."

- Chuck speaking the truth

The Rockets and Bulls have had conversations centered around an exchange of Courtney Lee for Omer...

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The Rockets and Bulls have had conversations centered around an exchange of Courtney Lee for Omer Asik, according to a source.

via RealGM Wiretap

The Clippers remain as disappointing as ever, but they have finally found their man, so clueless...

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The Clippers remain as disappointing as ever, but they have finally found their man, so clueless it's as if he was born to be this organization's spokesman. He likes to speak in contradictions, so he's almost always right as well as wrong and as joke's go, Vinny Del Negro is a hoot.

http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-simers-20101102,0,1845117.column?page=1

By the end of this season DRose is going to be the best point guard in the league.

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By the end of this season DRose is going to be the best point guard in the league.

Carlos Boozer via Sam Smith

And when you factor in all those possessions that are used up, pace, minutes and play relative to...

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And when you factor in all those possessions that are used up, pace, minutes and play relative to the rest of the league, he finishes out at a 19.3 PER. Which is good, but hardly the work of a franchise player. And some Bulls fans have pointed out -- including one Real GM message board poster that I cannot locate right now but will surely be credited when I find his posts -- Johnson's stats at age 28 scarily resemble Jalen Rose's stats at the same age, the year before Chicago traded for him. So, clearly, stay away from Joe.

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MATCHUPS: POINT GUARD: Mo Williams didn't quite play up to an All-Star level like he did last...

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MATCHUPS: POINT GUARD: Mo Williams didn't quite play up to an All-Star level like he did last season but he remains an unselfish player that can stretch a defense with his three-point shot and carry the offensive load if James is not firing on all cylinders. Williams' counterpart is the dynamic Derrick Rose, who basically willed the Bulls into the postseason by averaging 30.7 points and 6.3 assists in the team's final three regular season games -- all wins. In fact, Rose scored fewer than 24 points only once in the month of April and is playing with supreme confidence right now. The jumper gets better by the day and Rose's quick first step enables him to drive at will where his soft floater becomes an incredible offensive weapon. EDGE: BULLS SHOOTING GUARD: Anthony Parker was an underrated offseason acquisition by Cavs' basketball chief Danny Ferry. The former Raptor is never going to fill it up but his 41.4 percentage from long range really helps space the floor for James. The Bulls' Kirk Hinrich is a better all-around player than Parker. The third- leading scorer on Chicago behind Rose and Luol Deng, Hinrich has the capability of going off for 25 every night and is the team's best perimeter defender. However, he's actually had a poor shooting year. EDGE: BULLS CENTER: Shaquille O'Neal, who hasn't played since late February due to a thumb injury, has been medically cleared to return but I can't see Cavs coach Mike Brown pulling the trigger and giving the Big Aristotle major minutes right off the bat. Cleveland went small in O'Neal's absence, using J.J. Hickson in the middle and the second-year big man more than held his own. Noah figures to be a tough matchup for any player that mans the middle for Cleveland. His length, energy and athleticism are top notch and give him the ability to change a plethora of shots. The skills on the offensive end are not there, however, and Noah picks up most of his points through effort. EDGE: EVEN

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Raise your hand if the Bulls still falling short of the playoffs would shock you. And why do I...

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Raise your hand if the Bulls still falling short of the playoffs would shock you. And why do I feel like I'm suddenly watching another bad re-make of "Major League" in which Charlie Sheen and his band of misfits make the playoffs in spite of the club owner, who wants the team to lose so she can blow it up and move to Miami?

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I'm a Chicago Bulls fan. And though I've never sported a single bit of Bulls apparel, nor painted a...

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I'm a Chicago Bulls fan. And though I've never sported a single bit of Bulls apparel, nor painted a bit of my face, or referred to the team in question as "we," nor created an overwrought argument regarding the outfit based solely on personal bias, I was and am a bit of a freak. The remote had to face the right way, certain doors had to be closed, certain albums had to at least be referenced before game time, and all sorts of silly superstitions had to be followed. I was a fan. I am a fan. But I was also a fan.

Came across this a day ago..and I hope someone would post it...then i forgot. But after today, its a must read for those needing some good ol' hope

"I just wanted to tell him I appreciate him and what he stands for as a coach," Noah said. "I’ve b...

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"I just wanted to tell him I appreciate him and what he stands for as a coach," Noah said. "I’ve been a fan of his for a really long time, even though I loved the Knicks as a kid and he used to kick the Knicks’ ass. "My father always made me read his books. I read ‘Sacred Hoops.’ And one of the books he used to make his players read, ‘The Peaceful Warrior’ by Dan Millman, my father made me read that when I was younger. I just wanted to share that with him. "(Bulls director of player development) Randy Brown tells me stories about Phil and everything I hear about him is just so positive. I wanted to tell him I was a fan of his."

Noah +1

30. Derrick Rose, Chicago - His play in that epic first round series against Boston was...

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30. Derrick Rose, Chicago - His play in that epic first round series against Boston was captivating, but there are areas of his game that need improvement before he joins the truly elite, as he seems destined to. Increasing his shooting range, limiting turnovers and taking better advantage of his length and quickness on the defensive end are on the to-do list, but considering he doesn't turn 21 until October, time is on his side. 79. John Salmons, Chicago - A testament to gradual improvement, he broke through in a big way in his seventh NBA season, starting for the Kings and Bulls while making major contributions on the wing for each. Averaging over 18 points, four rebounds, three assists and a career-best 42 percent from beyond the arc, Salmons can greatly enhance his national profile if he continues to succeed. Starting alongside Derrick Rose at Jordan's former position, he'll certainly command plenty of attention.

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