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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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  • Wednesday's recap: Bulls 102, Hornets 95

    Wednesday's recap: Bulls 102, Hornets 95
    The summary Maybe the Bulls should stay on the road. Putting last night's disappointing double overtime loss behind them, they improved to 10-3 away from the United Center with a 102-95 victory over the Hornets in Charlotte. Pau Gasol's 11th double-...
  • Bulls show toughness in bounce-back win over Hornets

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Toughness can take many forms. It can come from a 34-year-old veteran with a championship voice reminding his teammates that playing through fatigue and soreness is part of the NBA, then backing up those words with 19 points...
  • Bulls' Jimmy Butler wins player of the month

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- He has drawn All-Star suggestions from coast-to-coast, from Clippers coach Doc Rivers and Celtics coach Brad Stevens. Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle stated a case for him as Most Improved Player. And now, Jimmy Butler has some actual...
  • Bulls 102, Hornets 95

    The Sports Xchange By John Delong, The Sports Xchange Bulls 102, Hornets 95 CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Pau Gasol, Joakim Noah and Nikola Mirotic all had double-doubles as the Chicago Bulls handed the Charlotte Hornets their 10th straight loss with a 102-95...
  • Ellis' gamble pays off as Mavs edge Bulls in OT

    The Sports Xchange By Brian Hedger, The Sports Xchange Ellis' gamble pays off as Mavs edge Bulls in OT CHICAGO -- It was a decision that could have cost the Dallas Mavericks the game, but worked out pretty well for guard Monta Ellis. Trailing 106-...
  • Bulls' offensive depth impresses Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle

    Bulls' offensive depth impresses Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle
    Jimmy Butler's ridiculous offensive jump has demanded league-wide attention, and Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle touting Butler for Most Improved Player on Tuesday won't slow that. But it's what Carlisle said later, on a day his Mavericks beat the Bulls...
  • ASK IRA: Are Heat settling into middle of East pack?

    ASK IRA: Are Heat settling into middle of East pack?
    Q: Clearly the Heat are not beating elite teams, but I had hoped that we could hold our own against the Wizards and make the game a contest. The Heat had no answers, which is concerning. -- Chet. A: I've always viewed playoff races in tiers. I have...
  • Kirk Hinrich takes blame for 'boneheaded' foul in double-OT loss

    Kirk Hinrich takes blame for 'boneheaded' foul in double-OT loss
    Dirk Nowitzki called it "one of the dumber fouls I've ever seen" in his 17 years in the NBA. Kirk Hinrich, who is in his 12th season, didn't argue. "It was a boneheaded play," Hinrich said. "This one's on me." Tom Thibodeau tried to take the blame...
  • 3-pointers: Breaking down Bulls' loss to Mavs

    3-pointers: Breaking down Bulls' loss to Mavs
    The Bulls fell to 11-7 following Tuesday's draining 132-129 double overtime loss to the Mavericks. Here are three observations: Derrick Rose remains the Bulls' main last-second option. Despite Jimmy Butler's offensive emergence, Pau Gasol's metronomic...
  • Bulls' Doug McDermott not playing great but keeping even keel

    NEW YORK — On a career-long trip, the Bulls' Doug McDermott logged a career-low 2 minutes, 3 seconds in Friday's victory in Boston. One couldn't tell by the rookie's attitude. "Playing four years in college and going through a lot of ups and...
  • Jimmy Butler does it all on offense and defense as Bulls beat Nets

    NEW YORK — Three times, Jimmy Butler ran the break. Three times, he finished off pretty sequences featuring one bullet pass from Aaron Brooks and two touch passes from Derrick Rose. So maybe this aw-shucks, my-teammates-are-just-finding-me routine...