Goodbye! Denzel Valentine, the Kirkland’s of Presidents Choice of NBA players

August 9, 2021 is a day I will remember forever. It was the day that the Chicago Bulls renounced the rights of Denzel Valentine and order was restored in the world and within the beautiful game of basketball that we all love. Denzel Valentine, truly the flatbread of pizzas of NBA players. Topped with... Continue Reading →

25 BULLets from Chicago’s 128-124 win over NOLA

The Bulls finished the first half of the season on a high note with an impressive 128-124 win over the New Orleans Pelicans. The Bulls led by as many as 19 in this one and were in control throughout until some shaky play down the stretch. But a win's a win which the Bulls needed.... Continue Reading →

What Do Bulls Fans Want? Part 1

The million dollar question that no one outside of Chicago has asked but is driving Bulls twitter crazy.....what should the Bulls do with this roster? The NBA trade deadline is 3 weeks away and a cloud of uncertainty hangs over this Bulls team and its future plans. After Billy Donovan's group limps into the All... Continue Reading →

Half Glass Bull

After a cringe worthy performance to start the preseason, the Bulls have looked far more competent in two victories over the Rockets and Thunder and dare I say..... fun? Let's take a look at what has changed in the past two games and also explain why Bulls fans shouldn't be as cynical as me when... Continue Reading →

The Bulls are BACK! And BAD!

It's been nearly 9 months since the Bulls played real basketball and god damn did I hate miss it. Your most obscure Bulls Blog Boi is back and I wrote down some thoughts from the first pre-season game. More than anything though, I'm just excited that Boylen is gone Gar Forman is gone Bulls basketball... Continue Reading →

The Good, The Bad, and the Denzel

The Chicago Bulls rallied to beat the Memphis Grizzlies Friday night 110-102 behind superb offensive performances from Zach LaVine and Coby White. It was a brutally frustrating game to watch for 3+ quarters but give the Bulls credit for fighting back and earning their first road win of the year. Down 13 at halftime, the... Continue Reading →

20 Bullish Observations

The Chicago Bulls played their 2nd preseason game last night vs Zion and the NOLA Pelicans and the results were shockingly positive.  The final score (L, 127-125) wasn't indicative of how the Bulls played as they ended up blowing a 23 point 4th quarter lead with all the starters resting.  But the first 3 quarters... Continue Reading →

The Bulls Are Back In Town!

2019/20 NBA Training Camp has officially arrived and Bulls management is talking playoffs!  So buckle up kids, it's time to talk admit Mitch Trubisky just isn't very good, right? BULLS BASKETBALL! Previously on Chicago Bulls basketball...... Before we talk about the here and now, let's revisit one of the more absurd seasons in Bulls history and... Continue Reading →

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