Tom Thibodeau

Chicago Bulls Head Coach

  • Born: 01/17/58
  • Age: 56
  • Height:
  • Seasons: 0

The series isn't over yet

Yes, the Wizards lead 2-0 and are coming home, but that doesn't mean you should be popping the champagne just yet. There are still two more games to be won.

Breakfast Bullet-in: Wait, the Wiz are up 2-0??

This morning's Breakfast Bullet-in comes with a nice side of WINNING PLAYOFF GAMES ON THE ROAD

Steve Clifford finishes 4th for Coach of the Year

Greg Popovich wins Coach of the Year but Steve Clifford finishes 4th.

Bulls look to even things up in Game 2

The Bulls will try to even up the series after a disastrous fourth-quarter performance in Game 1 led to a loss at home.

Playoff predictions: Bulls v. Wizards

I don't know what will happen in this series but I do know that I want no part of a potential Bulls-Pacers match-up.

CotY candidates: Should Popovich be considered?

San Antonio's savvy sideline leader may not have the appeal of the league's younger, fresher coaches, but that shouldn't halt him from receiving the prestigious title for a record third time.

Links: Pacers look to get better against Celtics

The Pacers return home after a miserable three-game road trip extended their losing streak to four games. Back at the Fieldhouse, the Pacers look to add another game to the win column when they face the Boston Celtics.

Noah will play vs. Grizz with sprained thumb

In Noah's words, it was "just a little boo-boo."

Jimmer Fredette will sign with Chicago Bulls

It's a done deal. See you all again to discuss Jimmer during free agency.

How's Marquis Teague doing? Better than in Chicago

It starts with confidence ... and by the time Marquis Teague joined the Nets, he had little of it. Even though its only garbage time, Teague has played 44 minutes in last three games, going for 17 and 8. Nets hope it helps him develop.

Jimmer leaning toward Bulls

The Bulls need more shooting, and Fredette is intrigued by Tom Thibodeau's recent success with score-first point guards such as Nate Robinson and D.J. Augustin.

Jeff thinks Marquis is in a better place

Jeff Teague thinks, as one might suspect, that little brother Marquis can play in the NBA and is happy he's done with Chicago. "I was happy he got out of here, to be honest," Jeff told the Examiner in Chicago.

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