The Chicago Bulls could wrap up their playoff series against the Indiana Pacers Saturday.The Bulls are up 3-0 in the series over the Pacers, but those three wins haven't come easily.The Pacers have been playing hard, physical defense."
The Chicago Bulls held court with a big win yesterday at the United Center to send the playoff series back to Indiana with a 2-0 lead. You can go to espnchicago.com for comprehensive coverage. You can stay here for my quick, random observations:The players seemed cold.
Derrick Rose scored 36 points, Carlos Boozer added 17 points and 16 rebounds, and the top-seeded Chicago Bulls pulled out another dramatic victory over Indiana, beating the Pacers 96-90 on Monday night in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series.Rose scored eight points over the final 4 minutes.
Top story: Tonight, President Obama will be in Chicago to kick off his campaign for reelection in 2012. He will be here at Navy Pier for a big fundraiser tonight. Opposite that fundraiser, Mayor Daley will be attending the "I Love Chicago.
The Chicago Bulls are wrapping up their regular season Wednesday night. They'll end their season at the top of the Eastern Conference, maybe even the league if they win their ninth game in a row tonight against New Jersey at the United Center. The Bulls haven't lost since March 28.
Yes. Next time I'm voting for C. Top story: It's over. It's through. John Garrido will not go with a recount in the race for 45th ward alderman. After counting absentee ballots, John Arena leads Garrido by under 30 votes. That's right. Under 30. So why not recount?
Here's the AP copy for the big story today:Three men with ties to the Chicago Bulls are part of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame's Class of 2011. Tex Winter was the innovator of the "Triangle" offense. He served as coach Phil Jackson's assistant on all six Bulls championship teams.