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Chicago Bulls Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen said when he saw President Obama drive the lane during his traditional Election Day pick-up game on Tuesday afternoon, it reminded Pippen of another former high-profile teammate.
Share TweetChicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau said Wednesday that he spoke to center Joakim Noah about his decision to shoot a 3-pointer against the Orlando Magic just to try to win Big Macs for fans at the United Center.Source: ESPN.comShare TweetCHICAGO (AP) For nearly three quarters, the Orlando Magic looked like the team that has been the surprise of young NBA season.Source: CNNSI.com
The NBA’s Most Surprising Team Finally Loses; Toronto Suffers A Major Injury ScareUpdated Nov 7, 2012 Share TweetOn the day that Chicago’s most famous face took center stage in the presidential election, the Bulls beat down the undefeated Magic, 99-93. Over the final five minutes, the Bulls closed the door with some ferocious interior defense, forcing guys like BiSource: dimemag.com
TrueHoop TV: Dwight HowardNov 7TrueHoop's Henry Abbott with David Thorpe on Dwight Howard's recent production despite his health. Also, Tim Duncan's resurgence and the latest on the Thunder.
Noah Regrets 3-Point Shot For Big MacsNov 7PTI comments on Joakim Noah's 3-point shot to win Big Macs for fans.
Ian Thomsen: Obama's re-election a victory for basketballNov 7The nation remains divided between elation and anger, between optimism and pessimism. Amid the polarization of America there is one outcome on which we can all agree.