Boomer & Carton: Jerry's Update On Rangers, Yankees, Bulls And Adrian PetersonSafe to say, the guys aren't having any of what Peterson is selling, and Boomer has a lot to say about the running back's recent behavior.
Bulls Fire Head Coach Tom Thibodeau After 5 Successful SeasonsThibodeau led the Bulls to a 255-139 record and playoff appearances in each of his five seasons. But friction with management led to the change.
Silverman: Jackson, Knicks Need To Be Ready If Bulls Pull Trigger On ThibodeauSomewhere along the line, the Bulls without Rose will almost certainly get stopped. Their season will end in the first or second round of the playoffs, and at that point, the Bulls will part company with Thibodeau.
Bulls Put On Full-Court Press, Make Hard Pitch To Carmelo AnthonyThe Chicago Bulls made the hard sell for Carmelo Anthony and brought their stars along for the presentation on Tuesday.
Hundreds Gather For Funeral Of 6-Year-Old Boy Killed In Brooklyn Elevator AttackThe line of family, friends and others stretched around the block Friday for the wake and funeral for 6-year-old Prince Joshua “P.J.” Avitto at St. Paul's Baptist Church in East New York.
Curious Carmelo Sings Praises Of Bulls Coach Tom ThibodeauHere's something that may not sit well with Knicks fans. “What is it like to play for Thibs?” Melo recently asked a former Bulls player, according to the Daily News.
Lichtenstein: Nets Should Stop Kidding Themselves On J-Kidd’s Candidacy Since Kidd single-handedly turned around the Nets franchise upon his trade to New Jersey in 2002, they owe him. If there’s some capacity in which Kidd could fit in with the club’s long-term plans, it’s worth the discussion. Just not as head coach.
Lichtenstein: Carlesimo’s Attempt To Alter Conversation Doesn’t Alter Nets’ UniverseWho said anything about a championship? Even the most optimistic fan knows that the Nets are miles away from "glory road."
Lichtenstein: Nets’ Coaching Search Reeks Of Unintentional Comedy The Nets may have made great strides in 2012-13, but a bad choice and some bad luck could easily make them laughingstocks once again.
First Season In Brooklyn Is One To Forget For Nets Guard Joe JohnsonJoe Johnson slumped in Game 7, only scoring six points as the Nets were eliminated.
Lichtenstein: Outcoached And Outworked, Nets Deserved To Lose Game 7After all the money, all the hype, and all the expectations that came with owning home-court advantage in an NBA playoff series, Brooklyn's inaugural season ended with a dud.
Nets Ready For 'Biggest Game In Brooklyn' Game 7The Nets are counting on a true home-court advantage against the banged-up Bulls on Saturday night.