THE BULLS ARE A MESS
If you’ve watched, listened or followed the Bulls at all recently, you know that the Bulls seem like one fine mess. Nocioni getting irritaed by effort. Joakim Noah still sucking wind. Larry Hughes complaining about playing time. And so much more. Steve Rosenbloom sums it up:
The Bulls are bad, injured and showing the coach no respect. Halfway into the season, meanwhile, the coach is saying they “still don’t have our energy.”
This is a joke, right?
I mean, does anybody here have any pride?
The Bulls lose six of seven, including one big pukefest to the Timberwolves, and these guys don’t have energy?
Man, you’d think they’d have a bunch of energy with all the pregame eating in the locker room going on.
That, too, is such a joke, as is the so-called coach. Players obviously have no respect for Vinny Del Noexperience, Vinny Del Boylan, Vinny Del Doormat — whatever you want to call him. If they has a Twinkie’s worth of respect for the guy, they wouldn’t break rules so blatantly.
But they break the rules. Not much happens. The Bulls charge felonious amounts of money to watch guys who barely register on the Give-A-Damn-O’Meter. Fun.
How pathetic are the Bulls that they almost lost to the Kings?
The Bulls have to make some serious changes and it would be great if they get something done by the deadline. Even the gentle Chuck Swirsky and mild-mannered Bill Wennington were taking Noah to task on the radio broadcast the other night for being winded. How is that possible in January?
C’mon Pax, swing something soon. We really don’t want to watch this for another 47 games.