Bulls rally in fourth to beat Bobcats

Bulls rally in fourth to beat Bobcats

There are 16 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Jan 2, 2008, titled Bulls rally in fourth to beat Bobcats. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Ben Gordon scored 22 points, Luol Deng added 21 points and 13 rebounds and the Bulls continued their strong play under interim coach Jim Boylan with a 109-97 win over the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday.

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Willie

United States

#1 Jan 3, 2008
well i gotta say, noah and the new coach are impressing. still would like to see a trade...today its noch and maybe tyrus for gasahol...but who knows if that is the answer that puts them over the top.
Bill

Hanover Park, IL

#2 Jan 3, 2008
Everything in life requires an effort. Basketball is no different.
Patrick

United States

#3 Jan 3, 2008
Marc from Geneva where are you? I always look forward to your thoughts on this collection of mediocrity.
hydeparkLuke

United States

#4 Jan 3, 2008
BULLy!!!!!! The TEAM is coming together because we have a "classy" coach who is bringing the best out of each player and making a team out of them!!!
Marc

United States

#5 Jan 3, 2008
Great job Bulls...can we play the Bobcats every night? Still hard to believe this Bulls team is well under .500 after beating a pathetic Bobcats team...I'm right here Patrick, hoping and praying this Bulls team doesn't squeak in as an 8th seed...all it does is delay the inevitable...Noah played good, I mean, he has too, he was up against one of the worst teams in hoops...so I would expect him to play decent...I would just like to see Noah and the Bulls step up and stop beating pathetic teams (Bobcats, Kks, etc)...didn't the Bulls lose at home to the Magic a few days ago? Yeah, so Patrick from Boca Raton, wake me up when they beat a playoff team under Boylan...the Bulls are rockin now, they are 12-18...wow...!!! lol
TOM SLICK

Chicago, IL

#6 Jan 3, 2008
The bulls will make the playoffs since skiles is gone. The team has talent, they just needed a coach.
Marc

United States

#7 Jan 3, 2008
the interim coach is kinda like the backup QB in sports...everybody is wanting him to play or coach, and he does good for awhile, but in the end, everyone knows the backup QB can only play so long...and in the end, Boylan's nice gadget moves with the lineup will run into a brickwall one day...this roster needs an overhaul and Boylan isn't the coach this team needs...talk to me after 30-40 games and if the Bulls can play the Bobcats and Knicks every night, then watchout...but trust me, come back to these threads in 2-3 months and we'll see how much everyone loves Boylan and his gadget moves with the lineup...trust me on this, the current Bulls team is blinding you with wins over high school teams like the Bobcats and Knicks...what happened against the Spurs and the Magic? two losses...we just need to play the Knicks and Bobcats each night, right Patrick?
Patrick

United States

#8 Jan 3, 2008
Marc wrote:
the interim coach is kinda like the backup QB in sports...everybody is wanting him to play or coach, and he does good for awhile, but in the end, everyone knows the backup QB can only play so long...and in the end, Boylan's nice gadget moves with the lineup will run into a brickwall one day...this roster needs an overhaul and Boylan isn't the coach this team needs...talk to me after 30-40 games and if the Bulls can play the Bobcats and Knicks every night, then watchout...but trust me, come back to these threads in 2-3 months and we'll see how much everyone loves Boylan and his gadget moves with the lineup...trust me on this, the current Bulls team is blinding you with wins over high school teams like the Bobcats and Knicks...what happened against the Spurs and the Magic? two losses...we just need to play the Knicks and Bobcats each night, right Patrick?
Nicely done. Yeah those Bobcats are tough. Maybe we should start the Noah for rookie of the year campaign. I wish Isiah could coach this team the rest of the year so we could secure the Eric Gordon or Derrick Rose sweepstakes. If we are going to lose then lets lose huge! We'll end up getting the 12th pick and get a pf that won't make any impact just like always. Nice job Marc...entertaining as always.
Kosmo Kramer

Las Cruces, NM

#9 Jan 3, 2008
"Trust me on this; trust my speculation; trust my opinion." Sound familiar? There must be something in the waters of Lake Geneva, you know that famous basketball-loving state of Wisconsin. Believe this: The Magic have split two games with the league-leading Celtics and the Bulls took the Magic into overtime. Good job. They are playing much better transition ball and hustling. They are playing great team ball. The hi-post low-post tandem of Noah and Wallace is hardly a gimmic. It is taking what the other team gives, smart basketball. Next game, next team maybe something different. Adjusting on the move. Working the combinations and playing inspired ball. Pretty awesome. Keep it up Bulls...
Patrick

United States

#10 Jan 3, 2008
Kosmo Kramer wrote:
"Trust me on this; trust my speculation; trust my opinion." Sound familiar? There must be something in the waters of Lake Geneva, you know that famous basketball-loving state of Wisconsin. Believe this: The Magic have split two games with the league-leading Celtics and the Bulls took the Magic into overtime. Good job. They are playing much better transition ball and hustling. They are playing great team ball. The hi-post low-post tandem of Noah and Wallace is hardly a gimmic. It is taking what the other team gives, smart basketball. Next game, next team maybe something different. Adjusting on the move. Working the combinations and playing inspired ball. Pretty awesome. Keep it up Bulls...
Although I respect that you're a fan and want to see them win; this team is full of second tier talent. Most of these guys would never see the floor on a real team in the Western Conference and they are getting 30 minutes with the Bulls. The Bulls aren't the Knicks, Sonics or T-Wolves but they are light years away from even competing against the Wstrn Confer..
Please don't be encouraged by wins against the Cats, Grizzlies or Knicks. Orlando played down to the Bulls level as most teams do because they suck. It is in the Bulls best interest to absolutely tank this season.

Please Isiah sprinkle some of your magic losing dust over this team. Maybe we can hire you as motivational speaker? How about we trade for Eddy Curry??
Kosmo Kramer

Las Cruces, NM

#11 Jan 3, 2008
I am a fan of sports and well played games with solid team effort. Patrick likes to argue for arguements sake. He and his side-kick Marc have never enjoyed playing the game of basketball and are certainly not Bulls fans. I think they both have ingested too much of "Isaiah's magic losing dust." Tank the season? Play down to the Bulls level? You two are boring and have toys in the attic."
Joe C

Vernon Hills, IL

#12 Jan 3, 2008
wake me up when bulls actually put together a win streak from teams actaully over the 500 mark.
Rick

Wasco, IL

#13 Jan 3, 2008
The kid Noah did good.
Kosmo Kramer

Las Cruces, NM

#14 Jan 3, 2008
Joe C wrote:
wake me up when bulls actually put together a win streak from teams actaully over the 500 mark.
Please, take more ambien and give some to Marc and Patrick. The bulls or any other team don't need fair-weather fans who are only there when they are winning!
Patrick

United States

#15 Jan 3, 2008
Kosmo Kramer wrote:
<quoted text> Please, take more ambien and give some to Marc and Patrick. The bulls or any other team don't need fair-weather fans who are only there when they are winning!
Blindly cheering for a team that has virtually no post-season hope is boring. I don't cheer for mediocrity. This Bears season must have been blissful for you. I prefer to have higher aspirations than being 5th from the bottom in a weak conference. Trying to find the positives in Hinrich shooting better or Wallace actually giving an effort misses the big picture which is the post-season. If you want to delude yourself, knock yourself out.
Joe C

Vernon Hills, IL

#16 Jan 3, 2008
Kosmo Kramer wrote:
<quoted text> Please, take more ambien and give some to Marc and Patrick. The bulls or any other team don't need fair-weather fans who are only there when they are winning!
I was born and raised in chicago, therefore I am a bulls fan. But to correct your ignorance, I am not a big basketball fan. Even when the bulls had jordan, I never really got too excited. I would say I get more excited about the Sox or bears. And yes I have watched a handfull of games this season, and yes I probably would get more enjoyment watching a highschool game. since I am not a big basketball fan, why waste my time and money on a crappy product? the bulls have really no likeable personalities on that team. Just a bunch of crybabies who make excuses.

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