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Are the New York Knicks contenders?

Phil Jackson and the New York Knicks management team made some big off-season moves over the summer. Some good and some not so good depending on who you talk to. Those moves included acquiring Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah, and Courtney Lee. Three veteran guys that are very talented and looking to make an impact immediately.

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Knicks could be taking a risk going after Joakim Noah

Ever since they traded away their starting center in return for a point guard in Derrick Rose, the Knicks have been on the search for a new center to hold down the lane. Two names that have been linked to the Knicks during the free agency period are Dwight Howard and Joakim Noah. According to reports,

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New York Knicks fans should not complain about the Derrick Rose trade

Phil Jackson and the rest of the New York Knicks management pulled off a great trade yesterday, acquiring Derrick Rose and other assets from the Chicago Bulls for Robin Lopez, Jerian Grant and Jose Calderon. The Bulls are sending Derrick Rose, Justin Holiday and a 2017 2nd-round pick for Robin Lopez, Jerian Grant and Jose

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Bulls Need To Move On From Rose and Butler Backcourt

People were very excited for this past season for the Chicago Bulls. Most thought this would be the year that Derrick Rose would come back even better after his injuries because he would a proven shooting guard to go along with him, Jimmy Butler.  Usually when you have two players of Rose and Butler’s caliber,

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The Chicago Bulls miss the playoffs for first time since 2008

After the Indiana Pacers beat the Brooklyn Nets Sunday night, it officially put the Chicago Bulls out of the playoffs. This is the first time they’ve missed the playoffs since 2008, but if you’ve seen the circus that this season has been for the Bulls, then you shouldn’t be surprised. The season began with big

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Fred Hoiberg

What does the future hold for the Chicago Bulls

The Chicago Bulls do not look like a team that’s trying to make a playoff push. They are 9th in the Eastern Conference with a 36-36 record, 2 games behind the Detroit Pistons. Their play as of late has looked uninspired and just very bad. They’ve lost three in a row, including two losses to

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VIDEO: John Wall gets triple-double in win over Chicago

The Washington Wizards got a well needed win against the Chicago Bulls, 117-96 behind the triple-double of John Wall. In Wall’s third triple-double of the season, he had 29 points, 10 rebounds, and 12 assists. With this win, the Wizards find themselves a step closer to grabbing that 8th seed. Besides Wall’s great night, it

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Society’s February NBA Awards

Player: Stephen Curry Curry’s February: 36.7 PPG, 5.6 RPG, 7.3 APG — 55% FG, 53% 3PT, 88% FT 2 50+ games, 4 40+ games Scoring: 51, 26, 35. 26, 31, 23, 36, 42, 51, 46 Team: Golden State Warriors The Warriors went 9-1 in February. They became the first team since the 1987-88 Lakers to clinch

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Fred Hoiberg

Fred Hoiberg doesn’t anticipate Bulls making a trade

It’s deliberation season as the Feb. 18 trade deadline approaches, and the Chicago Bulls have been a popular subject in potential trade happenings. At one point the Bulls were reportedly fielding trade calls for Taj Gibson and Joakim Noah, and even Pau Gasol. But Noah is out for the season after shoulder surgery and Nikola

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Derrick Rose floater

Every player should have a floater in their arsenal

The floater is one shot that every player should have in their arsenal, especially at the guard position. The main purpose of a floater is to be able to get a good shot off over a bigger defender or a good shot blocker. Most players use this shot when they get into the paint. Often

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