This is the November 29, 2012 news archive. View today's Bulls rumors and news.
Did the Thunder want to deal James Harden? Of course not. But when Harden refused to sacrifice, OKC moved on. Even with a new Big Three, they remain contenders, says Ian Thomsen.
Here's A 1989 Episode Of Michael Jordan's Lost Television ShowUpdated Nov 29, 2012 Share TweetA reader named Scott alerted us to this video, which is apparently an episode of a local television show Michael Jordan had in 1989 called Michael Jordan's Airwaves. MJ sits down with Chicago sports anchor Jim Rose in front of a live studio audience to …Source: deadspin.comShare TweetOne week ago we shared a picture of members of the six-time champion (and two-time defending best record in the NBA-holding) Chicago Bulls posing with Sir Paul McCartney, a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and possibly the most w…Source: yahoo.com
The 10 Best NBA Team Rivalries Of All TimeUpdated Nov 29, 2012 Share TweetThe word “rival” is lost in the NBA today. Too often we see camaraderie between players on opposing teams. With the growing presence of AAU basketball, the players have gotten closer and closer. AAU isn’t the only thing that brings the players togetSource: dimemag.com
Nets, Celtics Get Into A Brawl In Boston; James Harden Has An Awful Reunion In OKCUpdated Nov 29, 2012 Share TweetWith so much softness leaking into the modern game, we’re always anxious to annoint the next great rivalry. Where is the next Bulls-Knicks going to come from? Or the next Sacramento-Los Angeles? Everyone loves when players get a little nasty, and last nSource: dimemag.com
Chicago Bulls UpdateNov 29ESPN Chicago's Nick Friedell on the Bulls bench, Jimmy Butler, and the starters playing excess minutes.
NBA -- Gregg Popovich's shot at Team USA coaching gigNov 29How will 'Restgate' affect Gregg Popovich's shot at becoming the next Team USA coach? Marc Stein has that and more in the lastest Weekend Dime.
San Antonio Spurs sit 4 of top 5 scorers vs. Miami HeatNov 29San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has decided to send four of his top five scorers home rather than play them in tonight's game again the defending champion Miami Heat, according to the San Antonio Express-News.
Ian Thomsen: Committed Thunder team remains a contender -- even without Ha…Nov 29The takeaway from James Harden's not-so-long-awaited return to Oklahoma City Wednesday was that his former teammates did not appear to be wounded by his departure. Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka -- the Thunder's new Big Three -- did not…
The Sports Guy's Thursday NFL PickNov 29There are two ways that a blackjack dealer can ruin your night. I don't mind the first way — if he's grimly dealing himself face cards and black...