Bulls Trade

February 24, 2011 by staff 

Bulls Trade, According to CBS Sports, sources told that the Chicago Bulls, Boston Celtics and “two horses Western Conference dark” have emerged as potential suitors for Anthony Parker. Parker offers shooting, experience and the defense all the attributes that any number of playoff contenders would add to their lineup. Trade deadline arrives Thursday in the NBA and two perennial Western Conference All-Stars have already landed in the Eastern Conference.

Inside the locker room of the Chicago Bulls, the players believe they have enough to fight for top seed in the Eastern Conference. But this does not mean the players do not notice Carmelo Anthony landing on the Knicks, who took both houses of Bulls and Deron Williams of the Jazz go to the Nets.

“It is more difficult,” said Derrick Rose. “But that’s what you want. You want to be challenged and beat the best. They are good players. But we feel when we play the way we’re supposed to play, we can beat anyone. ” The trade deadline is 14 pm hour of Chicago and the Bulls continue to explore adding a shooting guard. As for the NBA power shift caused by big deals this week, Carlos Boozer may concern after the passage of conferences where he left the Jazz to sign with the Bulls as a free agent last July.

“I think the Middle has improved this summer,” said Boozer. “Teams that made trades recently, we do not know how they will be until they start to play. ”

His trade-shocked boozer, a teammate of Williams in Utah. “I was very surprised,” said Boozer. “I do not think anyone expected that to happen. For coach (Jerry) Sloan retired a few weeks ago and their best player to be traded, I do not think anyone could have predicted this. “This team is not the same team since I left last summer. Me, Kyle (Korver) and Ronnie (Brewer) talked about earlier. They look quite different now. New coach, new parts. It will be interesting to see how they do. But we cannot worry about that. We have to worry about ourselves. “

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