The general idea was that trade talks have actually died down and Ford doesn't know if there will be any big moves. Atlanta may send off some of their assets for young players and cap room once their ownership change is finalized. Chicago still wants to make moves, says Ford, because Pax is getting fed up. The Warriors are trying to get cap space and may trade Damp/Nick for Sheed, but Portland may cool on this one. Memphis is an ideal trading partner, suggests Ford. Everyone but TMac is available on the Magic. Whoop-de-do! For Philly, Snow, McKie and Big Dog are available. In Houston, Francis is not on the trading block, yet...Originally posted by <b>Bulls42</b>!
Mods, you may want to erase this. :no:Originally posted by <b>unBULLievable</b>!
just a snippet..would it hurt??:grinning:
Snip: Please do not post Insider articles. Not even a snip. What you can do, however, is post your take on the article. EG, your opinion (not a plagarization) of what it said. In this case however, you may as well just link back to Sam Smith's article from the other day, because that's all it's saying
This is all the insiders said ....Perhaps one sequence from Monday's 109-97 loss to Seattle at Key Arena best summed up where the Bulls are with a franchise built around youth.
Just past midway through the third quarter, local native Jamal Crawford tossed a pass to himself off the backboard and spectacularly slammed home two points while getting fouled.
Crawford screamed with glee. He pumped his chest. He hit the free throw for a three-point play.
And then his man, Ray Allen, ran downcourt and buried a three-pointer at the other end.
Such is the attention to detail that the Bulls often lack, with some players concerned as much with show as substance.
nice post. that's exactly what the problem was last night against seattle.Originally posted by <b>TRUTHHURTS</b>!
the problem with this team is last year when edy and jamal exploded like this they always had jalen or marshall as that 3rd scorer in the 4th but now they have no one .