1. 2011 NBA Draft: Chicago Bulls Do What Was Expected, Nothing

    The 2011 NBA draft will be remembered more for its trades than the players drafted. The draft that the Chicago Bulls had will be remembered for, well, nothing. And that is OK...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about 3 years ago 2,813 reads 41 comments

  2. NBA Playoffs 2011: Chicago Bulls First-Round Mid-Term Grades for Key Players

    The Chicago Bulls are halfway to a first-round series win in the NBA playoffs. Despite a relentless, persistent attack from the Indiana Pacers , the Bulls have managed to hit shots when the pressure is turned up...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 4,781 reads 5 comments

  3. NBA Playoffs 2011: Chicago Bulls' Roadblocks To an NBA Championship

    Getting to the promised land in any sport's postseason is not without strife. As good as a team and its individuals may look during the regular season, the playoffs are a new beast...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 4,902 reads 42 comments

  4. Chicago Bulls: 5 Rotations Derrick Rose and Co. Should Use in the NBA Playoffs

    Being successful in the NBA Playoffs hinges on being able to adapt to your opponent and to be diverse. The Chicago Bulls have been able to do both for most of the season with good schemes and multiple rotations...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 3,043 reads 15 comments

  5. Luol Deng and the Chicago Bulls' All-Decade Team

    Sometimes you have to be blind before you can see the light. The Chicago Bulls experienced such a blindness for much of the last decade...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 1,197 reads 1 comments

  6. Chicago Bulls—Not Boston or Miami—Are East's Best Title Hope vs. West

    The Eastern Conference has had a battle for the top spot. The Chicago Bulls, Miami Heat and Boston Celtics have all made cases as to why they belong at the top...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 1,502 reads 35 comments

  7. Chicago Bulls: Forget the Heat and Celtics, Are the Bulls the East's Best Team?

    Tonight marked a night few people expected in the NBA world: The Chicago Bulls took over the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference. In doing so, Chicago also have recorded the second best record in the league, behind the San Antonio Spurs ...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 1,737 reads 22 comments

  8. Chicago Bulls: How Far Can They Realistically Expect to Go in the Playoffs?

    The Chicago Bulls are making their mark on the Eastern Conference, and the National Basketball Association...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 3,208 reads 41 comments

  9. Derrick Rose: 10 Ways to Elevate Game to Take Mantle of Best Point Guard in NBA

    Another game, another show-stopping performance by Derrick Rose. The Chicago native has been nothing short of outstanding, and shows no signs of stopping...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 16,202 reads 51 comments

  10. Michael Jordan: How Many Banners Would Chicago Bulls Have If He Did Not Retire?

    The NBA season has passed the middle mark and teams are now starting to scratch and claw for every win, board battle and possession possible, with the end goal hopefully being the last team standing...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 8,726 reads 110 comments

  11. Derrick Rose and the Best Ball Handlers For Each NBA Team

    The National Basketball Association season has given fans some impressive performances ranging from dominant to awe-inspiring. Players such as Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Kevin Durant and rookie Blake Griffin have kept eyes glued to the hard wood...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 3,506 reads 27 comments

  12. NBA and Gambling: Does League Have Major Issue After O.J. Mayo-Tony Allen Fight?

    It is turning out to be another year, another gambling problem, for the NBA. Earlier this week, a fight allegedly broke out on the Memphis Grizzlies team plane between guard O...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 1,740 reads 11 comments

  13. Derrick Rose Officially the Most Exciting Chicago Bull Since Michael Jordan

    Breaking News: Derrick Rose is really, really good. As Chicago and fans league-wide are finding out, D-Rose has the potential to be among the top-tier superstars in the NBA today...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 1,952 reads 16 comments

  14. Chicago Bulls-New York Knicks Christmas Game Could Revive Rivalry

    A once heated rivalry could warm up the frigid east coast this Christmas. The stocking-stuffer game between the Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks has the makings of a glimpse at future battles amongst these once bitter rivals...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 594 reads 2 comments

  15. NBA's Dazed and Confused: The 10 Most Checked-Out Players

    Who would have thought that playing one of the most popular sports in the world could be such a task? For some unknown reason (well, it there are poor reasons), a handful of the NBA's ...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 2,588 reads 27 comments

  16. NBA's Zebra Hunting: 10 Players Most Likely To Be Suspended for Ref Abuse

    My, oh my, has the 'new' NBA made life rough for the players...and referees. Not only has there been a slight uptick in technical fouls called by refs, but the verbal abuse received by them has increased...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about over 3 years ago 4,555 reads 9 comments

  17. NBA Lockout: 5 Things That Have To Happen To Avoid A Lockout

    In the midst of an intriguing and entertaining NBA season is an enormous white elephant: a lockout. Player Union chief Billy Hunter said he is "99 percent sure" that there will be a lockout in a statement just before Thanksgiving...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about almost 4 years ago 1,635 reads 7 comments

  18. NBA: A Black Friday Shopping List for 10 Teams

    It is important to get those hot deals in more than just retail. That is why some teams in the NBA need to get up bright and early to do some "shopping," in honor of the special, crazy, and most psycho-driven day of the year, Black Friday...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about almost 4 years ago 3,488 reads 25 comments

  19. NBA: Are New Technical Foul Rule Additions Technically Working?

    The 'Association' has continued to find ways to improve the game and how it is played out. No rule further accentuates this than to take the whine out of personal and technical fouls...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about almost 4 years ago 1,214 reads 15 comments

  20. Derrick Rose, Blake Griffin and the Sleeper Candidates for NBA MVP

    We are now in the midst of the beginning of the NBA season and one thing is for sure: There are a lot of talented players. With talent comes great responsibility...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about almost 4 years ago 2,536 reads 32 comments

  21. Huet Haunting Hawks? Marty Turco Has Gaping Problem Early

    In the spirit of Halloween, it appears there is a former Blackhawk goaltender haunting his former team: The Man from France...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about almost 4 years ago 2,476 reads 49 comments

  22. Chicago Blackhawks Face Canucks, Can Send Message To Reeling Team

    The last 18 hours have been interesting in hockey, eh? As the Chicago Blackhawks appear to be picking up steam after stringing together two wins, the visiting Vancouver Canucks are heading in the completely opposite direction...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about almost 4 years ago 275 reads 4 comments

  23. NBA's Fine Line: 10 Ridiculous Things Players Will Do To Get Fined This Season

    The NBA has taken strides to make sure that games, players, coaches and referees abide and follow rules to keep the integrity of the game...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about almost 4 years ago 5,020 reads 10 comments

  24. Carlos Boozer: Does Injury Hurt Chicago Bulls in Push for Division Crown?

    As most of the Chicago and NBA community knows, Carlos Boozer fractured his hand tripping over a bag in his dark house, according to him. The Chicago Bulls are even going so far as to investigating his claim...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about almost 4 years ago 572 reads 4 comments

  25. Chicago Bulls: Analyzing Preseason Hoops? Are You Serious?

    To this day, it makes no sense to judge a book by it's index, so why judge a team by its preseason play? Nothing stirs the pot more than the elusive 12th man position battle, ...

    Jeff Hicks Written by Jeff Hicks about almost 4 years ago 1,508 reads 26 comments