2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
21-23, 3rd in Central
Butler says Bulls are playing 'terrible' (1:02)
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8hNick Friedell

Wade tweets apology to fans after Bulls' loss

Dwyane Wade tweeted an apology to fans after the Bulls' loss to the Hawks on Friday night. Jimmy Butler shared Wade's frustration, saying postgame, "I've been, we've been tired of this."

Hawks hold off Bulls' late rally for the win (0:58)

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Jimmy Butler was very direct in his commentary after Friday's disappointing loss to the Atlanta Hawks. "We got to come out better, man," Butler said. "We got to start playing better from the jump. 48 minutes, man. It's terrible basketball. That's not the way we're supposed to play. It's so disappointing because the way we practice isn't the way that we play in the game. Don't ask me why, I don't know. Starting from me going all the way down the line, we've got to be better as a whole, as a team. Otherwise, we're just going to keep getting our asses beat. It's bad."


It was Butler and little else early

Jimmy Butler nearly scored the majority of the Bulls' points during the first half of their 102-93 loss at Atlanta on Friday night. Butler added only two points in the second half -- midway through the third quarter -- yet led Chicago with 19 points.

Butler and Wade team up for the oop (0:20)
Hardaway beats the buzzer from distance (0:39)

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Very poor effort from Bulls. No energy. Hawks getting anything they want on either end of the floor. Bulls look like they are just going through the motions tonight.

Is Wade smart to tie his future to Butler's? (1:58)

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Note via Jacob Nitzberg of ESPN Stats and Info: "The Bulls have lost 5 straight games against the Hawks entering tonight's matchup, their longest active losing streak against any opponent (regular season only). Their last win against the Hawks came in April of 2015."

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Taj Gibson's screening prowess

Gibson uses a nice little trick to get Jimmy Butler room to enter the paint. He screens and then immediately re-screens, forcing the defense into chaos and giving Butler the breathing room that he needs. Lowe's 10 things

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Taj Gibson will play tonight according to Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg.

LeBron headlines a young Eastern Conference starting lineup (1:27)
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Westbrook odd man out among West starters

Thunder star Russell Westbrook was left out in the loaded West All-Star starting lineup, while Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, James Harden, Kawhi Leonard and Anthony Davis got the nod.

Rajon Rondo's incredible free-throw drought (1:15)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bulls forward Jimmy Butler has been voted a starter for the Eastern Conference All-Stars, league sources tell ESPN.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Taj Gibson, with a smile, describing Jimmy Butler: "You never know what you're going to get with Jimmy. He's like one of those patients in the hospital. One day he's going to be like, "Don't talk to me" and pissed off. The next day he's going to be like, "The sun is out." You never know what you're going to get from him, but I know definitely he wants to make the All-Star team. He's been putting a lot of work in for it."

Team Stats

Points Per Game101.223rd
Rebounds Per Game47.41st
Assists Per Game20.925th
Points Allowed101.46th

Team History


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