Spencer Hawes scored 22 points and Jrue Holiday had 20 to help the surprising Philadelphia 76ers beat the Chicago Bulls 89-82 on Sunday and take a 3-1 lead in their Eastern Conference playoff series.
Jrue Holiday scored 26 points, Lou Williams added 20 and the Philadelphia 76ers beat Chicago 109-92 on Tuesday night to even their first-round series in the Bulls’ first game since Derrick Rose’s season-ending knee injury.
The Bulls won Saturday’s game, but they have lost their point guard for the rest of the season.
The Bulls have won home court advantage for the first round in the Eastern Conference playoffs, with the Miami Heat having lost Tuesday night.
Sacramento Kings coach Paul Westphal stops by to talk all things Kings basketball with Grant Napear. Speaking about how the team is coming together as this season just starts getting under way, Westphal says “It […]
John Salmons, who played for the Kings, then traded to Chicago Bulls, got traded to the Milwaukee Bucks, and was traded back to the Kings on draft day last week, joins the show to talk […]
Yahoo sports writer Marc Spears joins Jason from Miami to recap Game 3 of the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls. Spears also gives a breakdown on the remaining teams in the NBA Playoffs and comments […]
Grant’s going on vacation next week and is looking for YOU to fill in for his Rant. Today he opened it up to callers for a dry run, but unfortunately, the callers found that the […]
NBA.com writer Scott Howard Cooper says Tom Thibodeau may have had more of an impact on the Bulls’ success than Derrick Rose. He also looks ahead to an offseason of potential labor unrest and provides […]
Today on the Grant Napear Show Grant opens with more talk about the NBA Draft Lottery. Also conversation goes over the Bulls – Heat series, the Sharks and other NHL playoff news. Grant talks about […]
NBA Playoff announcer, Mike Breen, comes on The Grant Napear to talks about the Maverick’s game, the Bulls / Heat series and a little of the Mets.
Sports Illustrated NBA writer Ian Thomsen chimes in on the NBA playoffs and whether the Heat should be panicking after a big loss in game 1.