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Tom Thibodeau

Tom Thibodeau
Tom Thibodeau was named head coach of the Chicago Bulls in June 2010. He has been an assistant coach in the NBA since 1989. This is his first job as a head coach.
Tom Thibodeau was named head coach of the Chicago Bulls in June 2010. He has been an assistant coach in the NBA since 1989. This is his first job as a head coach. « Show less

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  • RosenBits: Sorry about the Jay Cutler news, Bears fans

    RosenBits: Sorry about the Jay Cutler news, Bears fans
    Your guide to RosenBits: If you don’t like an item, just wait five seconds and there’ll be another one coming along. Bad news, Bears fans: Amid an evening of rumors and offers and trades, Jay Cutler remains a Bear. ESPN reported the...
  • Dunleavy scores 20, Bulls clobber Bucks 120-66 to advance

    The Chicago Bulls finally delivered a knockout blow to the Milwaukee Bucks — not literally, although it sure seemed to come close at times. And for all of Chicago's star power, it was Mike Dunleavy in the middle of it all. Dunleavy scored 20 points...
  • Bulls definen serie apretada con paliza

    Bulls definen serie apretada con paliza
    Mike Dunleavy ayudó con 20 puntos y los Bulls de Chicago estuvieron cerca de un récord de la NBA, con lo que liquidaron al fin a los empeñosos Bucks de Milwaukee, al triturarlos el jueves por 120-66. Con su victoria en el sexto encuentro de la serie,...
  • Bulls' Mike Dunleavy has rough time with Bucks in clincher

     Bulls' Mike Dunleavy has rough time with Bucks in clincher
    MILWAUKEE — Bulls forward Mike Dunleavy said he did not recall the jarring hit to the jaw he delivered to Michael Carter-Williams in the first quarter. It was a blow the Bucks didn't easily forget. It seemed to set up a night of retaliatory...
  • RosenBits: Why Bears are perfect NFL draft host (snark alert)

    RosenBits: Why Bears are perfect NFL draft host (snark alert)
    I think it’s terrific that the host of "Draft Town"’ is the franchise that spent first-round picks on Shea McClellin, Gabe Carimi, Chris Williams, Cedric Benson, Michael Haynes, Marc Colombo, David Terrell, Cade McNown, Curtis Enis, Rashaan...
  • Though scoring lags, much of Joakim Noah's game is right on the mark

     Though scoring lags, much of Joakim Noah's game is right on the mark
    For all the talk of Joakim Noah's struggles this series, he has grabbed double-digit rebounds in four of five games and is averaging 12 boards with 4.8 assists, 1.2 blocks and 1.2 steals. Yes, the Bucks sag off Noah so much at the offensive end that his...
  • Jimmy Butler's 'tired' all right — tired of his poor play in Game 5

    Jimmy Butler's 'tired' all right — tired of his poor play in Game 5
    Five games between the Bulls and Bucks have produced three flagrant fouls, 12 technicals and one ejection of Zaza Pachulia. Wednesday produced words consistent with the edginess of the series. "They don't know how I feel," Jimmy Butler said flatly...
  • Bulls focused on task at hand

    Bulls focused on task at hand
    Tom Thibodeau was asked to describe the Bulls' mood after Wednesday's practice. "Workmanlike," he said. Fans are in an uproar over the Bulls failing to close out their first-round series against the Bucks by losing Monday's home game. That panic hasn'...
  • Quick, someone tell Derrick Rose the Bulls need him to stop stinking

    Quick, someone tell Derrick Rose the Bulls need him to stop stinking
    Everybody knows Jimmy Butler is the Bulls’ best player, except for Bulls’ game-night people who insist on introducing Derrick Rose last. So if Rose is going to be spotlighted as the best Bulls player, then he ought to play like it....
  • Bucks avoid elimination again, beat Bulls 94-88 in Game 5

    The Milwaukee Bucks insisted this playoff series was about more than just showing up, taking their beating and learning from it. They wanted to hang around. And that's exactly what they are doing. Michael Carter-Williams had 22 points and nine assists,...
  • Joakim Noah shows signs of life in first half of Bulls loss

    Joakim Noah shows signs of life in first half of Bulls loss
    Joakim Noah answered a few questions Monday morning at the Bulls shootaround. Physically, he was there. Mentally, he was not. His answers were not even long enough to warrant a 3-second violation. "I need to play better," he said. "I'm very aware of...