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When an opponent posts 25 fast-break points off just eight turnovers, something is up. "It's floor balance," Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said. "They leak out...When they have Thaddeus Young on the floor, it's like having another small out there.
Theres a reason Doug Collins was regarded as one of the NBAs best television analysts. After Tuesdays victory at the United Center, Collins sat down in the interview room and listed the reasons why his Philadelphia 76ers dominated the Bulls in Game 2
After a loss much more troubling than that one Tuesday's 109-92 stunner in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the 76ers the time has come for Thibodeau to repeat those simple but strong words...Nothing gives Thibodeau a better
The fans gave Derrick Rose a standing ovation before the game. There wasn't much for them to cheer about in the end. Jrue Holiday scored 26 points, Lou Williams added 20 and the Philadelphia 76ers beat Chicago 109-92 on Tuesday
Derrick Rose made a brief visit to the Berto Center on Monday morning, according to teammate Kyle Korver. Rose is out for the rest of the playoffs after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during Saturdays Game 1 win over
The Chicago Bulls insist it hasn't dashed their NBA title hopes. With their superstar point guard out for the rest of the season with a left knee injury, the Bulls will try to take a 2-0 lead over the Philadelphia 76ers when
Less than 24 hours before the Chicago Bulls embarked on what all hoped would be a championship run, Joakim Noah fielded a question about the Bulls going 18-9 in Derrick Rose 's absence during the regular season. This, obviously, was before Saturday's
Derrick Rose Holiday is one of the few guards who can come close to matching Rose's quickness. And with Rose playing more of a floor game of late, Holiday might try to keep him on the perimeter. Like many 76ers defenders, he likes to roam passing
New Jersey With a little more than a minute remaining in the Nets' final game in New Jersey, Philadelphia 76ers coach Doug Collins looked up at the scoreboard and exhaled deeply. It had nothing to do with not having to come to the Garden State again.
Compiled by Barry Stavro Philadelphia 76ers Coach/psychologist Doug Collins talked about handling a team with young players. "The one thing about players today is that they're very sensitive and very fragile. They didn't grow up with tough coaches,"