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Bulls to open playoffs Sunday night
CHARLOTTE -- The NBA announced Wednesday that the Chicago Bulls will open up their postseason run at 6 p.m. CT Sunday at the United Center, regardless of their opponent.

Augustin rejoins Bulls after birth of his son
CHARLOTTE -- D.J. Augustin is happy to be back with the Chicago Bulls after missing Monday's game against the Orlando Magic to be with his wife as she gave birth to a baby boy, Trey.

Thibs: Bulls' plan the same vs. Bobcats
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau doesn't want to change his team's routine as it gets set for the regular-season finale Wednesday night against the Charlotte Bobcats.

Letting up a bit might be Bulls' best move
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CHARLOTTE -- Taj Gibson had to laugh at the thought. When the topic of Tom Thibodeau resting players came up after Monday night's win over the Orlando Magic, the Chicago Bulls forward looked around at the small circle of media members surrounding him and chuckled.

Bulls enjoying well-deserved good fortune
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In a video that has gone deservedly viral, Joakim Noah was crestfallen about the late-season fallen snow Monday night after the Bulls disposed of the Magic in their home regular-season finale.

The predictably bad Knicks
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Kevin Pelton breaks down this season's trends or outcomes that were clear months ago -- and those that weren't. He leads with the Knicks, who were predictably bad in 2013-14.

OT: 'Jimmer-Mania' runs wild over Magic
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CHICAGO -- The first day Jimmer Fredette set foot inside the Chicago Bulls locker room, veteran equipment manager John Ligmanowski had to chuckle as he saw the media horde assembled around the sharpshooter's locker.

Bulls still believe they can win a title
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 CHICAGO -- Joakim Noah and his teammates have a clear goal as they get set to start what they hope will be a long trek through the postseason. It might surprise people around the league given how up and down the Chicago Bulls' season has been, but it's an unwavering desire that permeates the locker room.

Mike Dunleavy's 22 points lead Bulls to win over Magic
Joakim Noah had 18 points and 10 rebounds and eight assists, Mike Dunleavy scored 22 points and the Chicago Bulls pulled away late for a 108-95 victory over the Orlando Magic Monday night.

Rapid Reaction: Bulls 108, Magic 95
 CHICAGO -- Let's take a quick look at how the Chicago Bulls earned a 108-95 win over the Orlando Magic on Monday night at the United Center.How it happened: Mike Dunleavy led the Bulls with 22 points and five assists, while Joakim Noah almost racked up another triple-double with 18 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists.

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