Bulls hang on for victory over T-Wolves

Bulls hang on for victory over T-Wolves

There are 45 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Oct 22, 2008, titled Bulls hang on for victory over T-Wolves. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Larry Hughes scored 21 point before leaving the game with a dislocated right shoulder, and the Bulls beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 85-75 on Wednesday night.

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Bob Sirott

Chicago, IL

#41 Oct 23, 2008
To all of you who want this low post player that puts up 10/10 or 15/10 a night, WE HAVE ONE ALREADY. His name is Drew Gooden. Look at his regular season numbers and what he did when he came to Chicago. This "low-post" savior everyone keeps looking for isnt the answer and never was.
Vinnie Johnson

Bloomingdale, IL

#42 Oct 23, 2008
When will we hear from local commentators who regularly watch the Bulls from close-in whose opinions are credible? These out-of-state and out-of-country from afar big-talker's have zero credibility. They must have been listening to Charles Barkley and Stephen A. Smith too much. Go sober up and then comment.
TUNES

United States

#43 Oct 23, 2008
I read several post on this blog and have to admit that most Bulls fans that post here are haters and must be feeling sorry for themselves because nothing is positive. Hinrich is a decent player and does nothing but play hard. As for Deng he got the money so leave him alone. Is he supposed to turn it down? Let the Bulls play and be postive for a change.
Randy from Cleveland

AOL

#44 Oct 23, 2008
Larry Hughes is a total fag. Worthless, lame, malcontent all rolled into one brittle package. Here in Cleveland we would have taken a bag of chips to unload his contract, thankfully the Bulls answered a prayer. Ben Wallace might not be what he was, but he'll compete and provide needed presence-far more than Larry Hughes on his best day. He is a walking disabled list and could care less about anything other than collecting his check. Get used to him-he's as detached as they come and has zero passion for the game or his team.
Hardliner

Saint Paul, MN

#45 Oct 23, 2008
Randy from Cleveland wrote:
Larry Hughes is a total ****. Worthless, lame, malcontent all rolled into one brittle package. Here in Cleveland we would have taken a bag of chips to unload his contract, thankfully the Bulls answered a prayer. Ben Wallace might not be what he was, but he'll compete and provide needed presence-far more than Larry Hughes on his best day. He is a walking disabled list and could care less about anything other than collecting his check. Get used to him-he's as detached as they come and has zero passion for the game or his team.
Nothing says class like a prominent neck tatto and tears tatooed under the eye. What low life.

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