1. Is LeBron James Dominating NBA More Than Michael Jordan Did?

    Is LeBron James dominating the NBA more than Michael Jordan did? I’m not asking which player was greater—certainly right now that distinction still goes to Jordan—but ...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 31,781 reads 277 comments

  2. Is Taj Gibson Part of Chicago Bulls' Future or Just a Trade Chip?

    With the Chicago Bulls ’ season falling into disarray amid a plethora of injuries, the questions about the future arise, and among them is the status of Taj Gibson ...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 12,104 reads 61 comments

  3. Why Josh Smith Experiment Won't Work out for the Detroit Pistons

    The transition of Josh Smith to the Detroit Pistons has not been as smooth as some would have hoped. Is there a way to make him fit better, or is it time for the Pistons to make ...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 3,913 reads 52 comments

  4. Nikola Mirotic Is One of the Few Reasons Chicago Bulls Fans Can Stay Hopeful

    The Chicago Bulls have lost nine of their last 11 games; they are collecting injuries like kids collect baseball cards...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 14,427 reads 63 comments

  5. 5 Myths Popped by NBA's New Tracking Data

    There are certain myths perpetuated by a large segment of NBA enthusiasts, be they analysts or fans. One nice thing about the new NBA tracking data is that many of these myths can be put to the test...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 9,017 reads 37 comments

  6. Derrick Rose's Injury Just Latest Chapter in Chicago Bulls' Ongoing Nightmare

    The Chicago Bulls have lived on a steady diet of adversity over the last three-plus seasons, getting by with anger and pride, but have they finally found their limits this year? ...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 19,704 reads 96 comments

  7. Chicago Bulls Once Again Placing All Hope on Their Defense

    The more things change, the more they stay the same. The Chicago Bulls once again are placing all their hopes on defense...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 1,205 reads 16 comments

  8. Derrick Rose Injury Creates Hidden Opportunities for Rebuilding Chicago Bulls

    With Derrick Rose out for the season, there has been much talk about the Chicago Bulls revamping the team and rebuilding. There is one more hidden opportunity for the Bulls, though...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 4,533 reads 41 comments

  9. Trading Luol Deng Could Have Unintended Consequences for Chicago Bulls

    With Derrick Rose going down for the season again, Luol Deng ’s name has come up in trade rumors once again. There could, however, be unintended consequences to a midseason trade...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 10,737 reads 109 comments

  10. Breaking Down Gregg Popovich's Extremely Successful San Antonio Spurs System

    Gregg Popovich , the head coach of the San Antonio Spurs , has established his place on the Mount Rushmore of coaches, alongside Red Auerbach , Phil Jackson and Pat Riley...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 13,292 reads 10 comments

  11. Outside-the-Box Trade Ideas for the Houston Rockets

    Whether the Houston Rockets are actively shopping Omer Asik or not, one thing that seems reasonable is that if someone were to pick up the phone and make the right offer, the Rockets would jump...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 16,459 reads 97 comments

  12. Did Kobe Bryant Choose His Worth over a 6th Ring?

    Since inking his new, two-year, $48 million deal Kobe Bryant has come under considerable criticism. Many, including Bryant himself , have defended the contract. Those defenses have holes, though...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 4,734 reads 77 comments

  13. Chicago Bulls Made Right Choice by Adding Mike Dunleavy

    The Chicago Bulls made a difficult choice this summer, adding Mike Dunleavy over last year’s heroes, Nate Robinson and Marco Belinelli...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 2,759 reads 47 comments

  14. How Chicago Bulls Survive While Waiting for Derrick Rose's Recovery

    With the news that Derrick Rose has torn the meniscus in his right knee, there are two questions the Chicago Bulls and their fans want answers to: When will he return? And how ...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 4,861 reads 100 comments

  15. Predicting the NBA's Next Wildly Underrated and Overrated Players

    Who are the NBA ’s next wildly underrated and overrated players? For that matter, what does it even mean to say “wildly” overrated or underrated? There’s something I like to call the “Paul Millsap factor...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 21,355 reads 85 comments

  16. This Is 1 Season in History Where LA Lakers Should Tank

    This is the one season in history the Los Angeles Lakers have an obligation to their fans to tank. I know that sounds heretical to Lakers’ fans, but bear with me...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 10 months ago 5,145 reads 105 comments

  17. Derrick Rose Is Only Thing That Will Make or Break Chicago Bulls

    This year the Chicago Bulls are aspiring for a ring, and the only thing that will make or break them is the play of Derrick Rose . That goes for better or for worse, and the first nine games of the season give us a good window into both...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 11 months ago 3,884 reads 75 comments

  18. Have the Chicago Bulls Created Their Own Defensive Monster?

    Tom Thibodeau ’s defensive schemes, and the Chicago Bulls ’ success running them, have been the key to their success...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 11 months ago 15,816 reads 186 comments

  19. How Long Until Chicago Bulls Are Clicking and Meeting Expectations?

    The Chicago Bulls opened the season falling far short of their championship expectations. Now, recent signs point toward an imminent, albeit tenuous, turnaround. Over the first four games of the season, the Bulls were, in a word, awful...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 11 months ago 2,545 reads 50 comments

  20. Why NBA Superstar Scoring Performances Are Not Created Equal

    All NBA superstars performances are not created equal. So, how do you compare one amazing record to another? How does Kobe Bryant ’s 81-point game compare with LeBron James’ ...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 11 months ago 3,177 reads 20 comments

  21. Is James Harden in Danger of Becoming This Season's Blake Griffin?

    When James Harden had the kind of defensive performance against the Los Angeles Clippers normally reserved for blooper reels, he may have gotten a little silent empathy form one of his opponents, Blake Griffin ...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 11 months ago 13,116 reads 63 comments

  22. Despite Slow Start, Rebuilt Chicago Bulls' Bench Is Already Doing Its Job

    There's no denying the Chicago Bulls have gotten off to a slow start, but not everything that is happening is negative. If you're looking for a silver lining, look no further than the play of the bench...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 11 months ago 3,090 reads 59 comments

  23. How Soon Before Detroit Pistons' Andre Drummond Dominates Eastern Conference?

    How long will it take before the Detroit Pistons ’ super sophomore center, Andre Drummond , starts to dominate the Eastern Conference? If you’re looking at his potential, it shouldn't be long...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 11 months ago 6,618 reads 45 comments

  24. Chicago Bulls Frontline Faces Enormous Test Within Central Division

    The Chicago Bulls face an enormous frontline test this year within the Central Division, and if the initial returns are any indication, they may not like what they get on their report card...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 11 months ago 2,041 reads 87 comments

  25. Familiarity Breeds Contempt in Brewing Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers Rivalry

    They say familiarity breeds contempt. In the recent history of the Chicago Bulls and Indiana Pacers , that’s certainly the case. They see a lot of each other, and the more they see each other, the less they like each other...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 11 months ago 9,605 reads 202 comments