Bulls build big lead, hold on to beat...

Bulls build big lead, hold on to beat Wizards

There are 51 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Jan 9, 2009, titled Bulls build big lead, hold on to beat Wizards. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Ben Gordon scored 22 points and the Chicago Bulls hung on for a 98-86 victory over the Washington Wizards on Friday after watching a 21-point lead dwindle to seven in the fourth quarter.

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Horace

Cleveland, OH

#43 Jan 10, 2009
Ignore Tiffany and her ghetto talk. She clearly has never been taught how to act like a proper lady. She probably uses that filthy mouth when she talks to her skanky friends too. You will never get Larry to sleep with you if you speak like that. You also should try bathing regularly as well.

She's a tribune reporter paid to stir things up...never watched a basketball game in her life.
Brian Cashman

Mundelein, IL

#44 Jan 10, 2009
Nada Surf wrote:
<quoted text>Whatever that means. Had a few drinks this morning?
No, I'm shure he hasn't, but you continue to exult in your own exuberance, arrogance and self-importance. Why don't you try to post on something you have a semblance of knowledge on. What grade are you in? Try covering the junior high varsity BB team and leave the Bulls out of your commentary. You should be able to perform well at that level...
Nada Surf

Mesa, AZ

#45 Jan 10, 2009
Brian Cashman wrote:
<quoted text>No, I'm shure he hasn't, but you continue to exult in your own exuberance, arrogance and self-importance. Why don't you try to post on something you have a semblance of knowledge on. What grade are you in? Try covering the junior high varsity BB team and leave the Bulls out of your commentary. You should be able to perform well at that level...
Sniff.
Gosh, you're mean.
Sniff.
Dave

Adelaide, Australia

#46 Jan 10, 2009
I only come here to witness Nada Surf getting in b!tch fights with other posters. That and the latest edition of Tiffany's Erotic Adventures of Larry Hughes. I love you guys. But when Tyrus plays like he cares I start getting enthusiastic about our future prospects. I'm sure he will destroy that hope soon. I agree with NS that Gooden, Hughes and Gordon should go. Hughes and Gordon in particular because they are not team players and are delaying the development of others. At least someone might be interested in taking Gooden. Unless Tiffany starts her own NBA team, I think Hughes is in trouble. But who could we get for these guys? Any ideas on which decent centres would be available?
CalChiFan

Tustin, CA

#47 Jan 10, 2009
Nada Surf wrote:
<quoted text>DO bank on Hinrich and Deng making impacts.
Surf, Paxson DID bank on Deng and Hinrich to the tune of 120 mil. What did that buy him? 120 mil of mediocrity. No playoffs, no allstar appearances, no first team nba, nada, zip. Not to mention Deng's propensity to injury. That's worth banking on?
Nada Surf

Mesa, AZ

#48 Jan 10, 2009
Dave wrote:
I only come here to witness Nada Surf getting in **** fights with other posters. That and the latest edition of Tiffany's Erotic Adventures of Larry Hughes. I love you guys. But when Tyrus plays like he cares I start getting enthusiastic about our future prospects. I'm sure he will destroy that hope soon. I agree with NS that Gooden, Hughes and Gordon should go. Hughes and Gordon in particular because they are not team players and are delaying the development of others. At least someone might be interested in taking Gooden. Unless Tiffany starts her own NBA team, I think Hughes is in trouble. But who could we get for these guys? Any ideas on which decent centres would be available?
I keep hearing I have quite a fan club and I want to thank the morons for posting here and being here for me..
A good return for Bennie the Bullchit, Larry Hughes-less and Badden would be a new shot clock. I'd make the deal right away.
Nada Surf

Mesa, AZ

#49 Jan 10, 2009
Hinrich and Deng have produces for the Bulls in the past and I do realize that the Bulls tended to overrate them...
But they will improve the team and once Gordon, Gooden and Hughes are out of the picture, you'll see this team start to win again.
Nada Surf

Mesa, AZ

#50 Jan 10, 2009
The Bricklayers Union Local 2009 --Gordon, Hughes, Gooden and Nocioni-- are really the ones killing this club. Don't blame Deng. There isn't a chance a quality player like him can adapt to this group of misfits.
Tiffany

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#51 Jan 10, 2009
tonite larry put in work,he had 16 points,6 rebounds,2 assits,2 steals,and 2 blocks.thats whats up,and he started too
Nada Surf

Mesa, AZ

#52 Jan 11, 2009
Tiffany wrote:
tonite larry put in work,he had 16 points,6 rebounds,2 assits,2 steals,and 2 blocks.thats whats up,and he started too
And they lost to the worst team in the league.
Tiffany

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#53 Jan 11, 2009
the thunder got lucky

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