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Jim Boylen Fires Back At Haters Criticizing Bulls' Win Over Clippers Jim Boylen had something to say. The Chicago Bulls pulled off a massive 109-106 home victory over the L.A. Clippers on Saturday. Pundits, however, have already diminished their win given how the Clippers were without three of their key players.

LaVine scores 31 points, Bulls rally to beat Clippers Zach LaVine scored 31 points and converted a decisive three-point play in the Bulls' 109-106 victory over the short-handed and weary Los Angeles Clippers. Chicago trailed by five points with less than two minutes to go. Tied at 106, the Bulls inbounded with 5.4 seconds left.

Bulls VP of basketball operations John Paxson hopes Saturday was Step 1 Zach LaVine scored 31, including the go-ahead basket with two seconds left, to beat the Clippers, and Paxson’s hope is that his young roster is finally starting to figure it out.

VIDEO: Zach LaVine Stuns Clippers With Game-Winning 3-Point Play Zach LaVine once again stepped up for the Chicago Bulls. Lavine had the chance to win it for the Bulls against the Clippers with the scores tied at 106-all and only five second left on the clock. Fortunately, he didn't let it go to waste as he banked a tough layup plus the foul to propel the team to victory.

Lavine's late basket sends Bulls past shorthanded Clippers The Los Angeles Clippers played without Kawhi Leonard, Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams, but the Bulls aren't about to complain about pulling on a 109-106 victory on Zach LaVine's 3-point play with 2 seconds left.

John Paxson Not Expecting Bulls To 'Fracture' Amid Struggles Chicago Bulls vice president of basketball operations John Paxson believes the team remains united despite their underwhelming start to the season. The Bulls entered the season hoping to compete for the playoffs.

John Paxson Says Jim Boylen's New System Is The Reason For Bulls' Slow Start However, when asked for specific reasons why the team is struggling, the 59-year-old exec points out to the team not adjusting quickly to Jim Boylen's new system. Paxson sat down with a lengthy interview with K.C Johnson of NBC Sports, Chicago and detailed where the Bulls are currently.

Zach LaVine scored 31 points in the Chicago Bulls' 109-106 victory over weary Los Angeles Clippers After blowing several late leads to lose games, the Chicago Bulls were able to flip the script on Saturday night. Zach LaVine earned 31 points and converted a decisive three-point play in the Bulls' 109-106 victory over the short-handed and weary Los Angeles Clippers.

Giannis shines as Milwaukee Bucks defeat Cleveland Cavs for 18th straight win Mavs lose to Heat after Doncic injury; Spurs beat Suns in Mexico; Clippers end four-game winning streak to Bulls.

'There is no quick fix': Bulls exec John Paxson voices… "I'm not into rating performances. I'm really not," Paxson said. "What I can tell you is that we're committed to Jim." It was just three weeks ago that Boylen, who owned a 26-59 record before Saturday's game, said he's "never felt more supported." Despite the Bulls' disappointing 9-18 start, Paxson amplified that support.

What to watch for when Bahamas Bowl kicks off bowl season The college bowl season celebrates its 150th season and the first bowl to kick things off is The Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl. Elk Grove Village-sponsored, the Bahamas Bowl pits the University of Buffalo Bulls and the University North Carolina-Charlotte 49ers at 1 p.m., Dec.

John Paxson Says Playoffs Are Still The Goal For Bulls In an extensive interview with K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago, Chicago Bulls vice president of basketball operations John Paxson says playoffs are still the goal this season for the Bulls. Chicago is only three games out of a playoff spot, but that's only because the back half of the Eastern Conference is so bad.

Chicago Bulls: A 'State of The Team' address one third into the season One thing is clear though. The season has been a disappointment so far. Chicago Bulls fans and Media have called for the firing of Jim Boylen. Paxson and Gar Forman are not in much better standing.

John Paxson Says Jim Boylen's Job Is Safe, Not Worried About Own Job Security Chicago Bulls vice president of basketball operations John Paxson says head coach Jim Boylen's job is safe despite all of Chicago wanting Boylen to be fired. Paxson also says he's not worried about his own job security, via Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times:.

Bulls VP of Basketball Ops John Paxson wants better, but jobs are safe Both the Advocate Center and United Center are filled with blame when it comes to the Bulls and their disappointing 9-18 start these days. The empty red seats during recent home games, the growing disdain expressed by the fan base for the franchise, all of it speaks volumes to the team's vice president of basketball operations.

Landry Shamet Will Return To Clippers' Lineup Saturday vs. Bulls Los Angeles Clippers shooting guard Landry Shamet will return to LA's lineup on Saturday against the Chicago Bulls, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Shamet has been out since Nov. 13 due to an ankle injury. Shamet is putting up 9.1 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game for the Clippers this season in 10 games.

Bulls vs. Clippers preview: Chicago looks for a bounce back performance against one of the NBA's best With the loss against Charlotte, the Bulls has dropped to 5-10 at home and now playing the tail end of a back to back, Chicago needs a monster effort against one of the best teams in the league. The Los Angeles Clippers are also going to be coming into this matchup a bit weary.

Chicago Bulls: 3 reasons Thaddeus Young's frustrations are justified An adjustment in the role of 31-year-old forward Thaddeus Young with the Chicago Bulls needs to be on the horizon before he wants to leave the Windy City….

VIDEO: Bulls Fan Calls Jim Boylen A Clown, Boylen Looks Up And Walks Away After the Bulls lost to the Charlotte Hornets on Friday at home, a fan at the United Center called Boylen a clown while the coach was walking to the locker room. Boylen heard the fan and looked up at him, but walked away shortly after:. The Bulls, after losing to the Hornets on Friday, are 9-18 on the season.

Sources: Hornets rookie PJ Washington to be sidelined through Christmas Charlotte Hornets rookie PJ Washington is expected to be sidelined through Christmas with a fractured finger, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. The Hornets play five games in that stretch. The injury occurred in the fourth quarter of Charlotte's 83-73 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Friday, the team said in a statement.

Bulls down Clippers, post 1st victory over winning team with strong finish I knew I could attack his body." LaVine missed game-winning attempts on an isolation 3-pointer against the Warriors and over a double-team against the Raptors. His three-point play offered a dose of redemption for a player who is never afraid to fail.

Kawhi Leonard out vs. Bulls on second night of back-to-back As expected, the Los Angeles Clippers will rest superstar Kawhi Leonard on Saturday against the Chicago Bulls. Leonard played 37 minutes on Friday in a win over the Minnesota Timberwolves, putting up 42 points, 11 rebounds and two assists. Load management worked well for Leonard last season with the Toronto Raptors.

Jimmy Butler Explains The Differences Between All Of His Coaches Jimmy Butler is one of the most interesting players in all of basketball and is currently playing for the Miami Heat. Butler has already played for four different teams throughout his career including the Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Philadelphia 76ers.

Jim Boylen has been told by management to not answer questions about players' injuries anymore Chicago Bulls head coach Jim Boylen has been told by management to not answer questions about players' injuries anymore, according to David Schuster of WSCR Radio-Chicago. Bulls forward Otto Porter Junior is expected to be out another four weeks after Boylen said a few weeks ago that he didn't expect Porter to be out for that long.

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