The Miami Heat celebrate a second consecutive ring ceremony in their season opener on Tuesday night against the Chicago Bulls.
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I'm joined by Casey Johnson who covers the Bulls and the NBA for the Chicago Tribune Casey thank you so much her few moments of your time. Not a flashy trade between Chicago and
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After a loss to Miami in the season-opener, the Bulls return to Chicago to host the Knicks in the team's regular season debut at the United Center.
Despite being listed as a game-time decision, Derrick Rose says he'll "for sure" be on the court tonight as the Bulls host the Knicks in their Halloween home opener.
It's the Halloween edition of our segment, In Case You Missed It. This week, a special guest hosts the show to talk about the Bulls ' losing effort against the Heat and much more.
The Bulls announced today that the team is exercising an option in both Jimmy Butler and Marquis Teague's rookie contracts to keep each of them in Chicago for another year.
We recap opening night in the NBA, including the Heat's win over the the Bulls in Derrick Rose's return to action.
Derrick Rose and the Bulls didn't put up their best showing Tuesday night in Miami but at the end of the day, they know it's just one game of 82.
The Bulls ' two best defenders -- Jimmy Butler and Luol Deng -- got into foul trouble early, opening the door for the Miami Heat stars to pick up some quick and easy points.
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Derrick Rose appeared in a meaningful game for the first time since early spring 2012, but had just 12 points as the Bulls were blown out by the two-time defending champion Heat in the season opener.
As the Bulls prepare for the season opener against the Heat, swingman Jimmy Butler's growth may be the final piece to the puzzle in beating the conference rival Tuesday night and beyond.
Although the rest of the basketball world has been waiting for the highly-anticipated Bulls , Heat season opener, All-Star Luol Deng is approaching the game like any other matchup.
Although Bulls center Joakim Noah has a charismatic persona off the court, his fierce, competitive nature on the court is what fans have grown to love and the All-Star is more than ready for Tuesday's opener.
With the improvements Taj Gibson made to his game over the summer and his impressive play in the preseason, Gibson could be the difference-maker in the Bulls ' Tuesday night matchup against the Heat.
With Derrick Rose returning to the court for a meaningful game for the first time in a year-and-a-half, President Barack Obama couldn't contain his excitement, tweeting support of the Bulls superstar.
With the season opener potentially being the biggest test for now healthy Derrick Rose, the Bulls ' superstar knows the magnitude of the matchup against the Heat and feels better prepared than ever before.
The Miami Heat celebrate a second consecutive ring ceremony in their season opener on Tuesday night against the Chicago Bulls .
championship rings for the second straight year trumped the drama of Derrick Rose's first regular-season game since 2012, as the Bulls fell to the defending-champion Heat in their season opener Tuesday night at American Airlines Arena, 107-95, though they
The Bulls might have disappointed in their season opener, falling 107-95 to the Heat, but for Derrick Rose, he was happy to have family and friends in attendance, including his son.
In the wake of the highly-anticipated Bulls , Heat showdown, both coaches downplayed the aggressive perception of the rivalry, saying playoff battles are different than regular season battles.
Former Chicago Bulls head coach Phil Jackson achieved the three-peat twice in his time in Chicago with two different rosters along with falling short of one in his time with the Lakers.