| Dec 7, 2007
| 9:08 PM
When Ben Wallace makes like Rick Barry, perhaps the Bulls' fortunes are set to change.
That Wallace hit a career-high eight straight free throws was as surprising as the Bulls finally resembling themselves in a gritty 98-91 road victory over the...
| Dec 8, 2007
| 10:36 PM
It's a good thing the new and improved Celtics visited the United Center on Saturday night with their Big Three of Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce.
That's because the Bulls challenged the interest level of a sellout crowd of 22,778 with an...
| Dec 12, 2007
| 9:56 PM
Even if the NBA is a game of runs, rare is the contest that features a team turning a 16-point lead into a 21-point deficit and eventually a 117-102 loss.
Welcome to the 2007-08 Bulls, who continue to find new ways to define underachieving.
| Dec 18, 2007
| 10:55 PM
Even though his fascination with playing for the Bulls has faded, Kobe Bryant heard the United Center cheers, both then and now.
"A couple of my friends played against the Bulls when [the 'Kobe' chants] took place [earlier this season]," Bryant said...
| Dec 19, 2007
| 9:16 PM
After fielding positive question after positive question about Aaron Gray, Bulls coach Scott Skiles paused to warn people about going overboard when a rookie has two straight good games.
A rarely heard sound emanating from the Bulls' postgame locker room...
| Dec 21, 2007
| 7:01 PM
Once, after a game like the Bulls' an unemotional, indifferent 107-82 loss Friday night to the Celtics, former Phoenix coach Cotton Fitzsimmons gathered his players in the locker room and symbolically flushed the toilets.
Just flush this one away and...
| Dec 22, 2007
| 10:48 PM
Was it Elizabeth Barrett Browning who wrote, "How do I lose thee Bulls? Let me count the ways."
In yet another embarrassing blowout, this time 116-98 to the Houston Rockets, the Bulls lost again Saturday night because of poor play from their bench...
| Dec 26, 2007
| 9:34 PM
And then they were 9-17.
And so went the continuation of this discouraging Bulls season here Wednesday night in a 94-79 loss to the San Antonio Spurs.
Been there. Seen that.
Somehow, interim coach Pete Myers was unable to get the Bulls shots to go...
| Dec 28, 2007
| 9:12 PM
Jim Boylan's Friday started at 6 a.m. with his Labrador retriever staring him in the face, demanding a walk, and piles of garbage and recycling to take to the curb.
It ended, near 10 p.m., with him strolling down a United Center hallway, a 103-99 Bulls...
| Dec 30, 2007
| 8:27 PM
The only thing missing from the Bulls' 100-83 Sunday matinee victory over the Knicks was a group hug.
And since league rules dictate a 10-minute cooling-off period before reporters enter the locker room, perhaps that happened privately as well.
| Dec 31, 2007
| 8:14 PM
On one hand, the Bulls' 112-110 overtime loss Monday afternoon to the Magic resembled gritty efforts of seasons past, a stark contrast to several blowouts from earlier this season.
On the other, moral victories don't exist in professional sports,...