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« Reply #60 on: August 06, 2006, 05:32:56 pm »
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Chicago Bulls
PG Kirk Hinrich, Chris Duhon, Howard Eisley, Jannero Pargo (FA), Randy Livingston (FA)
SG Ben Gordon, Adrian Griffin, Thabo Sefolosaha, Eddie Badsen
SF Andres Nocioni, Luol Deng, Viktor Khryapa
PF PJ Brown, Mike Sweetney, Tyrus Thomas
C Ben Wallace, Malik Allen, Luke Schenscher (FA)

The Starters
PG Kirk Hinrich "Mr. Reliable" Going to give you 16 and 6 per night(with D)
SG Ben Gordon Needs to prove he's not one-dimensional.  Scores in clutch
SF Andres Nocioni This will be his to lose by Deng's upside. Will give his all
PF PJ Brown Can shoot the 15-18 foot jumper very well. A Veteran leader
C Ben Wallace Will help the Bulls defense ten-fold. Was he overpaid?

The Rotation
PG Chris Duhon A very vocal player who is a solid pass-first defensive PG
SG Adrian Griffin An important of the mavs team that went to the finals. Will give the bulls solid numbers.
SG Thabo Sefolosha A rookie who could be ready to contribute but may need some offense work.
SF Luol Deng This spot is a tossup when either nocioni or deng could start. This could be his "breakout" year.
PF Michael Sweetney Could be better he could get his conditioning better. Will provide rebouding and post awareness of the bench.
PF Tyrus Thomas A prospect who should better learning from guys like Wallace and Brown. May not see a lot of time in his first year.
C Malik Allen A injury-prone player when healthy, is a great midrange shooter. May get minutes at PF spot more than C.

The Rest
PG Howard Eisley A veteran PG who will provide leadership skills also with solid offense. Another solid pass-first guard from my BC(yeah!)
SG Eddie Badsen May not be in the team's future if he cand provide some scoring with a already crowded backcourt. Good defense.
SF Victor Khryapa European player may be getting more playing time if he improves in his basketball IQ. Could be a solid player.
C Luke Schensher* The third string center will be nothing more than a 12th man but is still worth signing.

*(not officially with team)
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« Reply #61 on: August 07, 2006, 08:09:39 am »
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Eisley got waived bro.

So's we could sign Grif.
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« Reply #62 on: August 08, 2006, 08:15:12 am »
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Bulls have a lot of depth this season....starters should be:

Gordon
Hinrich
Big Ben
Nocioni
Deng ( I know he's not a true PF...but he's so talented, I think u gotta start him)

2nd unit:
Duhon is obviously the backup PG....one of the best backup pgs in nba
Griffin will be a defensive stoppper for them...knows the system
PJ Brown - veteran who will provide depth at 4 and 5 spots
Tyrus Thomas (as a top 5 pick...they have to give his decent minutes; ton of potential)
Sweetney (gets nod over MAllen)

I think Malik Allen could get left off the rotation.....Vikton K got good minutes in Portland....not sure how much burn he'll get here......Thebo S is very talented, but is raw; needs to learn the nba game.....
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« Reply #63 on: August 08, 2006, 12:37:53 pm »
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Quote from: "Wade4ever3"
Chicago Bulls
PG Kirk Hinrich, Chris Duhon, Howard Eisley, Jannero Pargo (FA), Randy Livingston (FA)
SG Ben Gordon, Adrian Griffin, Thabo Sefolosaha, Eddie Badsen
SF Andres Nocioni, Luol Deng, Viktor Khryapa
PF PJ Brown, Mike Sweetney, Tyrus Thomas
C Ben Wallace, Malik Allen, Luke Schenscher (FA)

The Starters
PG Kirk Hinrich "Mr. Reliable" Going to give you 16 and 6 per night(with D)
SG Ben Gordon Needs to prove he's not one-dimensional.  Scores in clutch
SF Andres Nocioni This will be his to lose by Deng's upside. Will give his all
PF PJ Brown Can shoot the 15-18 foot jumper very well. A Veteran leader
C Ben Wallace Will help the Bulls defense ten-fold. Was he overpaid?

The Rotation
PG Chris Duhon A very vocal player who is a solid pass-first defensive PG
SG Adrian Griffin An important of the mavs team that went to the finals. Will give the bulls solid numbers.
SG Thabo Sefolosha A rookie who could be ready to contribute but may need some offense work.
SF Luol Deng This spot is a tossup when either nocioni or deng could start. This could be his "breakout" year.
PF Michael Sweetney Could be better he could get his conditioning better. Will provide rebouding and post awareness of the bench.
PF Tyrus Thomas A prospect who should better learning from guys like Wallace and Brown. May not see a lot of time in his first year.
C Malik Allen A injury-prone player when healthy, is a great midrange shooter. May get minutes at PF spot more than C.

The Rest
PG Howard Eisley A veteran PG who will provide leadership skills also with solid offense. Another solid pass-first guard from my BC(yeah!)
SG Eddie Badsen May not be in the team's future if he cand provide some scoring with a already crowded backcourt. Good defense.
SF Victor Khryapa European player may be getting more playing time if he improves in his basketball IQ. Could be a solid player.
C Luke Schensher* The third string center will be nothing more than a 12th man but is still worth signing.

*(not officially with team)


Ben Gordon is NOT one-dimensional.  He plays good D.

And wasn't Bulls the best defensive team last year in terms of opposing team's shooting percentage?  Ben Wallace's presence will certainly improve their defense, but not as much as ten-fold like you mentioned.
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« Reply #64 on: August 08, 2006, 12:41:58 pm »
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Quote from: "Wade4ever3"
Chicago Bulls
PG Kirk Hinrich, Chris Duhon, Howard Eisley, Jannero Pargo (FA), Randy Livingston (FA)
SG Ben Gordon, Adrian Griffin, Thabo Sefolosaha, Eddie Badsen
SF Andres Nocioni, Luol Deng, Viktor Khryapa
PF PJ Brown, Mike Sweetney, Tyrus Thomas
C Ben Wallace, Malik Allen, Luke Schenscher (FA)

The Starters
PG Kirk Hinrich "Mr. Reliable" Going to give you 16 and 6 per night(with D)
SG Ben Gordon Needs to prove he's not one-dimensional.  Scores in clutch
SF Andres Nocioni This will be his to lose by Deng's upside. Will give his all
PF PJ Brown Can shoot the 15-18 foot jumper very well. A Veteran leader
C Ben Wallace Will help the Bulls defense ten-fold. Was he overpaid?

The Rotation
PG Chris Duhon A very vocal player who is a solid pass-first defensive PG
SG Adrian Griffin An important of the mavs team that went to the finals. Will give the bulls solid numbers.
SG Thabo Sefolosha A rookie who could be ready to contribute but may need some offense work.
SF Luol Deng This spot is a tossup when either nocioni or deng could start. This could be his "breakout" year.
PF Michael Sweetney Could be better he could get his conditioning better. Will provide rebouding and post awareness of the bench.
PF Tyrus Thomas A prospect who should better learning from guys like Wallace and Brown. May not see a lot of time in his first year.
C Malik Allen A injury-prone player when healthy, is a great midrange shooter. May get minutes at PF spot more than C.

The Rest
PG Howard Eisley A veteran PG who will provide leadership skills also with solid offense. Another solid pass-first guard from my BC(yeah!)
SG Eddie Badsen May not be in the team's future if he cand provide some scoring with a already crowded backcourt. Good defense.
SF Victor Khryapa European player may be getting more playing time if he improves in his basketball IQ. Could be a solid player.
C Luke Schensher* The third string center will be nothing more than a 12th man but is still worth signing.

*(not officially with team)


Ben Gordon is NOT one-dimensional.  He plays good D.

And wasn't Bulls the best defensive team last year in terms of opposing team's shooting percentage?  Ben Wallace's presence will certainly improve their defense, but not as much as ten-fold like you mentioned.


He doesn't play that good of D. Plus he tends to turn the ball over a lot, and makes bad passes. Kik's defense overlooks that fact that Ben have below average D. And maybe I did go overboard with the tenfold thing with Ben but it will improve.
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« Reply #65 on: August 08, 2006, 07:29:35 pm »
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Quote from: "Wade4ever3"
Chicago Bulls
PG Kirk Hinrich, Chris Duhon, Howard Eisley, Jannero Pargo (FA), Randy Livingston (FA)
SG Ben Gordon, Adrian Griffin, Thabo Sefolosaha, Eddie Badsen
SF Andres Nocioni, Luol Deng, Viktor Khryapa
PF PJ Brown, Mike Sweetney, Tyrus Thomas
C Ben Wallace, Malik Allen, Luke Schenscher (FA)

The Starters
PG Kirk Hinrich "Mr. Reliable" Going to give you 16 and 6 per night(with D)
SG Ben Gordon Needs to prove he's not one-dimensional.  Scores in clutch
SF Andres Nocioni This will be his to lose by Deng's upside. Will give his all
PF PJ Brown Can shoot the 15-18 foot jumper very well. A Veteran leader
C Ben Wallace Will help the Bulls defense ten-fold. Was he overpaid?

The Rotation
PG Chris Duhon A very vocal player who is a solid pass-first defensive PG
SG Adrian Griffin An important of the mavs team that went to the finals. Will give the bulls solid numbers.
SG Thabo Sefolosha A rookie who could be ready to contribute but may need some offense work.
SF Luol Deng This spot is a tossup when either nocioni or deng could start. This could be his "breakout" year.
PF Michael Sweetney Could be better he could get his conditioning better. Will provide rebouding and post awareness of the bench.
PF Tyrus Thomas A prospect who should better learning from guys like Wallace and Brown. May not see a lot of time in his first year.
C Malik Allen A injury-prone player when healthy, is a great midrange shooter. May get minutes at PF spot more than C.

The Rest
PG Howard Eisley A veteran PG who will provide leadership skills also with solid offense. Another solid pass-first guard from my BC(yeah!)
SG Eddie Badsen May not be in the team's future if he cand provide some scoring with a already crowded backcourt. Good defense.
SF Victor Khryapa European player may be getting more playing time if he improves in his basketball IQ. Could be a solid player.
C Luke Schensher* The third string center will be nothing more than a 12th man but is still worth signing.

*(not officially with team)


Ben Gordon is NOT one-dimensional.  He plays good D.

And wasn't Bulls the best defensive team last year in terms of opposing team's shooting percentage?  Ben Wallace's presence will certainly improve their defense, but not as much as ten-fold like you mentioned.


9.4 fold ?
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« Reply #66 on: August 09, 2006, 07:24:34 am »
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C Ben Wallace
PF Tyrus Thomas
SF Luol Deng
SG Ben Gordon
PG Kirk Hinrich
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« Reply #67 on: August 10, 2006, 01:55:40 pm »
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Quote from: "Wade4ever3"
Chicago Bulls
PG Kirk Hinrich, Chris Duhon, Howard Eisley, Jannero Pargo (FA), Randy Livingston (FA)
SG Ben Gordon, Adrian Griffin, Thabo Sefolosaha, Eddie Badsen
SF Andres Nocioni, Luol Deng, Viktor Khryapa
PF PJ Brown, Mike Sweetney, Tyrus Thomas
C Ben Wallace, Malik Allen, Luke Schenscher (FA)

The Starters
PG Kirk Hinrich "Mr. Reliable" Going to give you 16 and 6 per night(with D)
SG Ben Gordon Needs to prove he's not one-dimensional.  Scores in clutch
SF Andres Nocioni This will be his to lose by Deng's upside. Will give his all
PF PJ Brown Can shoot the 15-18 foot jumper very well. A Veteran leader
C Ben Wallace Will help the Bulls defense ten-fold. Was he overpaid?

The Rotation
PG Chris Duhon A very vocal player who is a solid pass-first defensive PG
SG Adrian Griffin An important of the mavs team that went to the finals. Will give the bulls solid numbers.
SG Thabo Sefolosha A rookie who could be ready to contribute but may need some offense work.
SF Luol Deng This spot is a tossup when either nocioni or deng could start. This could be his "breakout" year.
PF Michael Sweetney Could be better he could get his conditioning better. Will provide rebouding and post awareness of the bench.
PF Tyrus Thomas A prospect who should better learning from guys like Wallace and Brown. May not see a lot of time in his first year.
C Malik Allen A injury-prone player when healthy, is a great midrange shooter. May get minutes at PF spot more than C.

The Rest
PG Howard Eisley A veteran PG who will provide leadership skills also with solid offense. Another solid pass-first guard from my BC(yeah!)
SG Eddie Badsen May not be in the team's future if he cand provide some scoring with a already crowded backcourt. Good defense.
SF Victor Khryapa European player may be getting more playing time if he improves in his basketball IQ. Could be a solid player.
C Luke Schensher* The third string center will be nothing more than a 12th man but is still worth signing.

*(not officially with team)


Ben Gordon is NOT one-dimensional.  He plays good D. :lol:  :lol:

And wasn't Bulls the best defensive team last year in terms of opposing team's shooting percentage?  Ben Wallace's presence will certainly improve their defense, but not as much as ten-fold like you mentioned.


9.4 fold ?

 :lol:  Now I meant he be a good contributer in the defensive end and he will help the defense alot.
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« Reply #68 on: August 11, 2006, 08:00:30 pm »
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Pg Hinrich
Sg Griffen
Sf Deng
Pf PJ Brown
C Big Ben
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« Reply #69 on: August 15, 2006, 08:11:10 am »
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PG: Kirk Hinrich
SG: Ben Gordon
SF:  Andres Nocioni
PF:  PJ Brown
C:   Ben Wallace



note: This bulls team will continue to struggle to score.. sorry but its true
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« Reply #70 on: August 20, 2006, 03:29:23 am »
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Kirk Hinrich
Ben Gordon
Loul Deng
PJ Brown
Ben Wallace
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« Reply #71 on: August 21, 2006, 12:26:33 am »
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pj brown should be a backup center, it'll take to much out of him to start, thomas should get a look at the starting position, he brings energy and with ben wallace at his side he will only be more dangerous defensively, and offensively he would bring a ton of energy with lobs and etc. i admit against certain teams pj brown would have to start for match-up reasons but for the most part it should be thomas's to mess up, and they also have sweetney for depth
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« Reply #72 on: August 22, 2006, 01:49:10 am »
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pj brown should be a backup center, it'll take to much out of him to start, thomas should get a look at the starting position, he brings energy and with ben wallace at his side he will only be more dangerous defensively, and offensively he would bring a ton of energy with lobs and etc. i admit against certain teams pj brown would have to start for match-up reasons but for the most part it should be thomas's to mess up, and they also have sweetney for depth


You're not sure what you are going to get with starting Tyrus Thomas. You would be better off starting a veteran like PJ Brown who will also have leadership skills and will help train Thomas and Mike Sweetney. They could learn a lot from him and I don't think the Bulls will got him for long-term purposes so he will fulfill their role for one season and the things he help with Thomas will contribute when he has gotten enough playing time to understand the game more. The Bulls are already a great defensive team and Ty is not going to dominate on the offensive end. They will have basically a 4-5 offense and sometimes, a 3-5 offense. Im just saying that PJ is more reliable than Ty for now.
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« Reply #73 on: August 22, 2006, 03:24:34 pm »
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The Bulls best starting line up would and should be:

Starters:
Hinrich
Thebo Sefalosha
Nocioni
Ben Wallace
PJ Brown

2nd unit:
Duhon
Gordon
Deng
Sweetney
Tyrus
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« Reply #74 on: August 23, 2006, 06:42:07 am »
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The Bulls best starting line up would and should be:

Starters:
Hinrich
Thebo Sefalosha
Nocioni
Ben Wallace
PJ Brown

2nd unit:
Duhon
Gordon
Deng
Sweetney
Tyrus

 
?  That's the weirdest-looking starting lineup LOL.
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