SportBulls give HC Jim Boylen new deal, report says

03:05  13 january  2019
03:05  13 january  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

Bulls' Bobby Portis thinks Warriors' Kevin Durant injured him on purpose

Bulls' Bobby Portis thinks Warriors' Kevin Durant injured him on purpose Portis said he thinks the Warriors star pulled his right arm on purpose with the intent of injuring him. Here is the play Bobby Portis is saying Kevin Durant tried to injure him on. A lot going on here but watch KD's left arm/hand. #BullsNation pic.twitter.com/7SGj4MVcGu— Jordan Maly (@JordanCMaly) January 13, 2019 "If I would have done that, I would have got a foul call on me, defensive foul," Portis said, via the Chicago Tribune. "I guess it's just who you're playing against. Everything is officiated different toward whoever it is, but if you look back at the video at the time, it was obvious.

The Bulls engaged in a fight over the weekend with the Oklahoma City Thunder, with Kris Dunn, Robin Lopez and Russell Westbrook involved. A Salt Lake Tribune columnist said Boylen is "burning down" the Bulls , the way he did when he was the coach of Utah Utes basketball.

As reported last night, players understood Boylen 's first 5-man substitution. Bulls came out flat/ new coach sending message/etc. With multiple Bulls players already dealing with injuries, and the long season already taking its toll, it's easy to see how the players would not only be annoyed by the extra

Bulls give HC Jim Boylen new deal, report says © Provided by Perform Media Channels Limited

The Bulls seem prepared to make a commitment to Jim Boylen.

According to The Athletic, Chicago has agreed to adjust its new head coach's contract, granting him a salary increase for the final two years of his deal.

There initially were reports of unrest among Bulls players when Boylen took control of the team after the firing of Fred Hoiberg. But those stories have died down in recent weeks.

Jabarai Parker on the Bulls demoting him: 'I kept my end of the bargain'

Jabarai Parker on the Bulls demoting him: 'I kept my end of the bargain' It wasn’t like a fair chance," Parker said. "They took me out of the lineup. I stayed professional. I didn’t pout. I kept going." Parker has averaged 15.2 points, 6.9 rebounds and 2.3 assists in 29 games this season, but has been criticized for his defense and shot selection. Multiple reports say Chicago is gauging the market in pursuit of a trade for him, but nothing has panned out yet.

Bulls Rudely Mocked For Jim Boylen 's Practice Schedule Following Another Ugly Loss. Fresh off an air-clearing series of meetings having to do with interim head coach Jim Boylen being an overbearing dickweed , the lowly Bulls took the floor Monday night looking to reverse course after a historic

James Francis Boylen (born April 18, 1965) is an American professional basketball coach. He serves as head coach for the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He has previously served as head coach for the University of Utah.

Chicago fired Hoiberg after he led the team to a 5-19 start. The Bulls are 5-13 with Boylen as the head coach.

The Bulls are now 10-32 and sit 13th in the Eastern Conference. Chicago will take on the Jazz on Saturday at 10 p.m. ET in Utah.

Raptors Snatch Late Game Victory VS Bulls.
It was the Toronto Raptors last game of 2018, and the Raptors recent lack of success has been mostly because of injuries. A very tough portion of the schedule has hit the Raptors, and they didn’t seem very ready after starting the season with a 20-4 record (best in franchise history through 24 games). In the past 8 games, Nick nurse has used 5 different starting lineups. In Toronto’s matchup against the Bulls on Sunday, the Raptors were without power forward Serge Ibaka, centre Jonas Valanciunas, and all star point guard Kyle Lowry. Those three players are normally placed in the starting lineup, however without access to those contributors, Raptors head coach Nick Nurse needed to heavily rely on his bench players to try and get the home win. Coming into the game, Toronto was carrying a 26-11 record, as the Raptors dropped their spot as first seed in the eastern conference to the Milwaukee Bucks, who have been trailing Toronto in the standings throughout the season. On the other hand, the rebuilding Chicago Bulls were coming into the game with a 10-26 record, and were thirteenth in the eastern conference. It was a close game for the entire four quarters, with neither team seeming to exceed a 6 point lead. It was constantly going back and forth, with 9 lead changes occurring over the course of the game. The Raptors actually shot a worse percentage from the field than the Bulls: Chicago shot 41.3% from the field, while Toronto shot 37.0%.

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