Bulls put blowout loss to Celtics beh...

Bulls put blowout loss to Celtics behind them in Game 4

There are 168 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Apr 26, 2009, titled Bulls put blowout loss to Celtics behind them in Game 4. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Coach Doc Rivers and the Boston Celtics expected a more serious effort from the Bulls in Game 4 of their first-round NBA playoff series at the United Center on Sunday, and that's what they got in the first half.

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Sugar Grove, IL

#166 Apr 27, 2009
Boston BullsFan wrote:
Clearly this is a partially balanced team and with Garnett out it evens things out with the Celtics.
Perkins is better than either Noah or Thomas but they got him fouled out so that really helped.
Rose, Gordon and Salmons take turns taking over games and the bigs and bench fill in when needed.
If the supporting guys hit their shots, especially Noah and Thomas Bulls can win this series.
Those 2 need to keep trying to foul out there big's
El Tee

Little Elm, TX

#167 Apr 27, 2009
Keith Lifetime Southsider wrote:
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A shooting guard with high assists is in the wrong position. HIS JOB IS TO SHOOT. Thus the name....SHOOOTING Guard.
The point that I was making is just that. Shooting guards/scorers believe that they can make every shot. Regardless of the difficulty. I was not saying that they should have high assist totals. Their job is to score, and the only way to do that is to shoot the ball!

Chicago, IL

#168 Apr 28, 2009
They would play better if my shaggy hair was flopping around and I drove in out of control and threw wild shots off the backboard. That idiot Nada has written some stupid stuff, but c'mon! Without Ben, who's going to put the orange sphere through the basket on a consistent basis? Your boyfriend, Noah?

Elmhurst, IL

#169 Apr 28, 2009
Can someone finally say "TEAM"
E dub

Cape Coral, FL

#170 May 2, 2009
Look at the games the bulls would have not been in a close nail biter, if it weren't for BEN taking stupid shots when they had a late lead...so yes his game is a damn time bomb waiting to happen but not in a good way.
Nada Surf

Mesa, AZ

#171 May 3, 2009
Tony T Bone wrote:
<quoted text>Ignoant post.
Who else but Tony T Bag.
Nada Surf

Mesa, AZ

#172 May 3, 2009
Disgusted wrote:
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Not as well as you. Look, I have been on this forum in the past to bash Ben Gordon, Mark Hinrich, Joakim Noah and Vinny Del Negro. Hopefully there will be some changes before next year. But this was gut-check time and the bulls passed. It was thoroughly enjoyable. Some of you responders are negative 100% of the time. Try to enjoy something when it is enjoyable. If you can't find anything good about the Bulls, why watch- or do you enjoy your basketball with Tums and nitro next to the TV?
You are a puszy.

Memphis, TN

#173 May 3, 2009
Keith Lifetime Southsider wrote:
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All the great ones are selfish.
And then there is Ben...

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