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Air Jordan, Air Jordan 11, Air Jordan 11 Concord, Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan, NBA, Sneaker Stories, Style -

Marvin Barias can pinpoint the moment he knew he wanted his first pair of Air Jordans. Growing up on the South Side of Chicago, like many ’90s kids, he idolized Michael Jordan. So much so, he collected almost everything connected to his hero: basketball cards, magazine covers, newspaper clippings. Yet, by high school, Barias still […]

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To know me is to know I am a Minneapolis native, raised in Chicago, who spent two decades living in Brooklyn, N.Y.—and that basketball is the only sport I even remotely follow (despite my 5-foot, 10-inch frame). So to say I was a little hype over the second release of Nike’s City Edition jerseys would be a slight…

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2018 NBA Draft, Chicago Bulls, Locker Room Talk, Wendell Carter Jr. -

Wendell Carter Jr. begins his life in the National Basketball Association today. The former Duke standout will take a flight to Chicago, where he will report for duty with the Chicago Bulls, who made Carter the seventh pick of the NBA draft on Thursday. He will not make the trip alone. He will be accompanied […]

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#RememberWhensdays, Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Larry Bird, Michael Jordan, NBA -

Boston Celtics forward Larry Bird could have sworn the individual who dropped a historic 63 points in a playoff game was actually God dolled up as Chicago Bulls guard Michael Jordan. But quite frankly, if God was going to lace up a pair of sneakers, play a double-overtime contest and break Elgin Baylor’s 24-year-old record, […]

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As LeBron James, Stephen Curry and other stars create a new NBA before our eyes while standing on the shoulders of giants, ESPN and The Undefeated rank the 100 players who have done the most to change the way we play the game, how we talk about the game and the culture of basketball. For […]

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Andrew Wiggins, Bill Russell, Boston Celtics, Charles Barkley, Chicago Bulls, Chris Bosh, Christmas, Gary Payton, Grant Hill, Hakeem Olajuwon, Karl-Anthony Towns, Kobe Bryant, Kyrie Irving, LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers, Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, NBA, San Antonio Spurs, Scottie Pippen, Seattle SuperSonics, Shawn Kemp, Stephen Curry -

As it is with the NFL and Thanksgiving, the NBA is synonymous with Christmas Day. “It’s about what the fans wanna see,” says Tom Carelli, NBA senior vice president of broadcasting, “and our great storylines.” For the past decade, the NBA has rolled out a five-game palette packed with the biggest, brightest and most talked-about […]

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Basketball, Chicago Bulls, CulturePlay, Julius Erving, Keesha Sharp, Scottie Pippen, Superman, Television -

Scottie Pippen is coming back — to a small screen near you. Only for a night, and not on a court. But, as he was when he was on his way to winning six NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls, Pippen is showing up as a lethal weapon. Pippen is portraying himself on Fox’s Lethal […]

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Oct. 15, 1996, will forever be ingrained in Ray Allen’s memory. It was the night he met Michael Jordan for the first time. A young player like Allen viewed Jordan as a god in a league that had already deemed him the greatest of all time. As Jordan chased his fifth NBA title that year, […]

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#RememberWhensdays, Atlanta Hawks, Chicago Bulls, Nate Thurmond, NBA -

After Nate Thurmond’s inaugural introduction to the crowd at Chicago Stadium, fans gave the former San Francisco/Golden State Warrior a rousing round of applause as he made his way to center court. After 12 seasons in the Bay Area, Thurmond joined the Chicago Bulls in the summer of 1974. In the team’s first game of […]

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2018 NBA All-Star Game, Air Jordan, Chicago Bulls, Jordan Brand, Michael Jordan, NBA, Nike, Sneaker Stories -

Nike senior designer Tate Kuerbis must’ve packed his bags, whipped out his passport and hopped into a DeLorean while crafting his latest Jordan Brand creation. The new Air Jordan XXXIIs, which debuted on Tuesday in Turin, Italy, are the second coming of the legendary Italian-manufactured Air Jordans IIs that dropped more than 30 years ago […]

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Chicago, Chicago Bulls, Daily Uplift, Nazr Mohammed, NBA, The Nazr Mohammed Foundation, The Next Chapter, The Village Project -

Chicago native and NBA veteran Nazr Mohammed has not officially retired after an 18-year stint in the league. And he doesn’t have much to say about when that announcement will come. “I realized a long time ago, seeing other friends and teammates go through it. Only the great ones actually retire. The rest of us […]

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Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan, NBA, NBA Playoffs -

More than a decade after it happened, the last playoff game of Michael Jordan’s career inspired a Jay Z lyric. Psycho: I’m liable to go Michael, take your pick / Jackson, Tyson, Jordan, Game 6, he rapped on his 2011 collaboration with Kanye West, “N—-s in Paris,” a shoutout to Game 6 of the 1998 […]

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Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan, NBA, NBA Playoffs, Steve Kerr -

Michael Jordan with the game-winning assist — when’s the last time you remember that happening? How about on June 13, 1997, in Game 6 of the NBA Finals between the Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz? With 28 seconds remaining and the scored tied at 86, the Bulls called a timeout to discuss how to execute […]

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The image of Scottie Pippen holding up a physically drained Michael Jordan is unforgettable, no matter how many times you’ve seen it. It represents June 11, 1997 — Game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz, known as the “Flu Game” — when Jordan summoned something within him that the […]

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It’s hard to think of an adjective that couldn’t be used to describe Michael Jordan’s marquee play from the 1991 NBA Finals. Graceful. Dazzling. Majestic. Indomitable. Peerless. Ballsy. Dope. On June 5, 1991, in the fourth quarter of Game 2 between the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers, Jordan drove down the court and threw […]

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Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan, NBA, NBA Playoffs -

Using the word mediocre to describe Michael Jordan is pure blasphemy. Yet, in his 15-year NBA career, the greatest player of all time was a mediocre 3-point shooter, at best. But on June 3, 1992, in Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Chicago Bulls and Portland Trail Blazers, he was an absolute assassin […]

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Chicago Bulls, Karl Malone, Michael Jordan, NBA Playoffs, Scottie Pippen, Utah Jazz -

Which player has the greatest nickname in NBA history? Is it the greatest of all time (GOAT) himself, Michael “Air Jordan”? Or maybe it’s the sharpshooting “Pistol” Pete Maravich. Don’t forget about Allen “The Answer” Iverson, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Kobe “Black Mamba” Bryant, or Shaquille O’Neal’s stable of monikers, from “Shaq Diesel” to “Wilt Chamberneezy” […]

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2017 NBA Playoffs, Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James, Michael Jordan, NBA -

Wait, LeBron James missed a wide-open dunk? Yup. We still can’t believe it either. Late in the third quarter of Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, we were blessed with a moment we all pray for each time James touches the hardwood. Cleveland Cavaliers big man Kevin Love secured a rebound and instinctively cranked […]

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Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan, Sneaker Stories -

Before the six championship rings and the six Finals MVPs — or the “Flu Game” in 1997, and Game 6 in ’98 — there was May 7, 1989, and “The Shot.” With three seconds left in regulation and the Chicago Bulls down by one point in the final game of a best-of-five first-round NBA playoff […]

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2017 NBA Playoffs, Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Isaiah Thomas, NBA, What Had Happened Was -

GAME. BLOUSES. Jimmy Butler scored 30 points, including 23 in the second half, and Bobby Portis poured in 19 to help lead the eighth-seeded Chicago Bulls over the top-seeded Boston Celtics, 106-102, on Sunday night. The Bulls survived a late rally by an emotional Isaiah Thomas, who was playing the day after his 22-year-old sister, […]

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Chicago Bulls, Derrick Rose, NBA, New York Knicks -

April 12, 2017 — Inside the lower Manhattan apartment of the notoriously taciturn Derrick Rose, there is a moment when he tells you exactly who he is. “I’m a true introvert,” says the 28-year-old point guard for the New York Knicks. “I picked the profession I’m in, so there’s no way I could whine about […]

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Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers, Jimmy Butler, LeBron James, NBA, Nikola Mirotic, Rajon Rondo, What Had Happened Was -

GAME. BLOUSES. For the second straight game, Chicago Bulls power forward Nikola Mirotic scored 28 points, tying a career-high, and made six 3-pointers en route to a 99-93 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. With the victory, the Bulls swept the season series (4-0) against the Cavs for the first time since the 2011-12 season and […]

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Chicago Bulls, NBA, Robin Lopez, Serge Ibaka, Toronto Raptors, What Had Happened Was -

GAME. BLOUSES. After 11 games, the Toronto Raptors have finally ended their losing streak to the Chicago Bulls, and it came in a rock-em, sock-em, bop-em affair on Tuesday night. Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan, who came into the game averaging just 20.9 points in his last 10 games, led all scorers with 42 points and […]

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#RememberWhensdays, Chicago Bulls, Chicago White Sox, Michael Jordan, NBA, Phil Jackson -

Michael Jordan was the hero the sports world not only wanted or needed, but desperately deserved and craved in March 1995. Major League Baseball was in the middle of a strike. The National Hockey League was having a lockout. The O.J. Simpson trial was in full swing. And the world was just beginning to get […]

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Charlotte Hornets, Chicago Bulls, Dwyane Wade, Jimmy Butler, NBA, Nikola Mirotic, Rajon Rondo, What Had Happened Was -

GAME. BLOUSES. In his return to the starting lineup for the first time since Dec. 30, Chicago Bulls guard Rajon Rondo scored a season-high 20 points in the team’s 115-109 win over the visiting Charlotte Hornets on Monday night. Nikola Mirotic, who missed Sunday’s game in Boston, had five 3-pointers en route to 24 points […]

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Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Isaiah Thomas, Jimmy Butler, NBA, What Had Happened Was -

GAME. BLOUSES. In the NBA’s final game before the All-Star break, the Chicago Bulls defeated the Boston Celtics in a controversial thriller. Boston led, 103-102, with more than a second remaining in the game. Bulls guard Jimmy Butler drew a foul on Celtics guard Marcus Smart, getting Smart to graze his elbow, sending the All-Star […]

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Chicago Bulls, Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Union, Miami Heat, NBA -

Actress Gabrielle Union was hoping for a long break on the set of BET’s Being Mary Jane in Atlanta so she could watch her husband return to the only NBA home he knew for 13 years before surprisingly going home. Dwyane Wade was expected to follow the footsteps of Bill Russell, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, […]

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Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Dwyane Wade, NBA, What Had Happened Was -

GAME. BLOUSES. In his first game as a Chicago Bull, All-Star guard Dwyane Wade scored 22 points in a 105-99 win over the visiting Boston Celtics. He was legit only about the buckets on Thursday night. https://t.co/TT4idrNpmr His first night back in his hometown was welcomed by former teammate Chris Bosh. Congrats to my brother […]

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Basketball, Chicago Bulls, Community, Daily Uplift, Get Lifted -

As fans prepare for regular-season basketball, the Chicago Bulls are playing another important game outside of its home court. On Tuesday, the Bulls will team up with the NBA, National Basketball Players Association (NBPA), Youth Guidance Becoming a Man (BAM) program and the Chicago Police Department (CPD) to host a community basketball tournament at the […]

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Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Miami Heat, Michael Jordan, NBA -

Chicago Bulls guard Dwyane Wade believes that no matter how many different things LeBron James accomplishes in his career, trying to surpass Michael Jordan‘s legacy is a fool’s errand. “No, it’s not possible,” Wade told ESPN with a laugh. “It’s not possible.” Wade is in a unique position within the context of the comparisons between […]

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Chicago Bulls, Daily Uplift, Dwyane Wade, Get Lifted, Jolinda Wade, NBA -

If you were in Miami last Saturday, you might have seen Chicago Bulls shooting guard Dwyane Wade riding a bike with a group of other riders. Yes, a bike. Wade organized an event as a way to bring parts of the community together. More than 1,000 members of the community and local police officers participated […]

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