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Chicago Bulls defeat Minnesota 102-87

Joakim Noah's triple-double led the Chicago Bulls to a 102-87 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center on Wednesday.

Chicago Bulls beat the Atlanta Hawks 105-92

D.J. Augustin scored 23 points, and the Chicago Bulls defeated the Atlanta Hawks, 105-92, on Wednesday night.
NBA: Chicago 89, Indiana 77

NBA: Chicago 89, Indiana 77

The Chicago Bulls grinded out an 89-77 win over the Eastern Conference-leading Indiana Pacers at United Center.
NBA: Chicago 111, Houston 87

NBA: Chicago 111, Houston 87

Mike Dunleavy took Chandler Parsons' best shot, left the game in a bloody mess, but returned in the third quarter with a vengeance and buried the Rockets.
Bulls top Heat in OT

Bulls top Heat in OT

The Chicago Bulls prevented LeBron James from making a trip to the foul line in their 95-88 overtime victory against the Miami Heat on Sunday.

NBA: Chicago 100, Dallas 91

DALLAS, Feb. 28 (UPI) -- Taj Gibson supplied 20 points with 15 rebounds Friday and the Chicago Bulls used a fourth-quarter surge to get past Dallas 100-91.

NBA: Chicago 107, Atlanta 103

ATLANTA, Feb. 25 (UPI) -- Mike Dunleavy pumped in 22 points to lead a balanced attack that sent the Chicago Bulls over Atlanta 107-103 Tuesday.

NBA: Chicago 94, Toronto 92

TORONTO, Feb. 19 (UPI) -- Carlos Boozer netted 20 points and Jimmy Butler provided a key blocked shot in the final seconds Wednesday, lifting the Chicago Bulls over Toronto 94-92.

NBA: Chicago 92, Los Angeles Lakers 86

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 9 (UPI) -- Joakim Noah's 20 points and 13 rebounds Sunday helped the Chicago Bulls wrap up six-game road trip with a 92-86 win over the Los Angeles Lakers.

NBA: Washington 96, Chicago 93

WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 (UPI) -- Marcin Gortat gave Washington a five-point lead with 2:50 to play Friday and even though they did not score again the Wizards held on to defeat Chicago 96-93.

NBA: Oklahoma City 107, Chicago 95

OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. 19 (UPI) -- Kevin Durant continued his recent torrid performance Thursday by scoring 32 points and sending Oklahoma City to a 107-95 win over Chicago.

NBA: Chicago 99, Detroit 79

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Nov. 27 (UPI) -- Luol Deng scored a season-best 27 points Wednesday to send Chicago roaring past Detroit 99-79.

NBA: Portland 98, Chicago 95

PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 23 (UPI) -- Wesley Matthews put Portland in front during a game-closing, 7-0 run Friday that gave the Trail Blazers a 98-95 win over Chicago.

NBA: Chicago 110, Indiana 94

CHICAGO, Nov. 16 (UPI) -- Chicago's Luol Deng scored 23 points Saturday and the Bulls handed previously unbeaten Indiana its first loss in nine games, 110-94.

NBA: Chicago 96, Toronto 80

TORONTO, Nov. 15 (UPI) -- Luol Deng led all five starters in double figures Friday, allowing Chicago to coast past Toronto 96-80.
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Kirk James Hinrich (born January 2, 1981) is an American professional basketball player, currently a guard for the NBA's Atlanta Hawks. He has also been a member of the USA National Team. Growing up in Sioux City, Iowa, Hinrich was exposed to basketball at an early age. His father, Jim, coached him from the third grade through high school.

As a high school senior, Hinrich was named the 1999 Co-Iowa Mr. Basketball, along with future college teammate and roommate Nick Collison. Hinrich originally committed to play basketball at Iowa State but when the coach at the time, Tim Floyd, took the head coaching position for the NBA's Chicago Bulls, Hinrich changed his mind and decided to attend the University of Kansas. While playing college basketball for Kansas, Hinrich helped his team reach the Final Four in the NCAA basketball tournament in 2002 and the championship game against the Carmelo Anthony-led Syracuse University in 2003. Hinrich played all four years at Kansas before being drafted into the NBA. He is often referred to as "Captain Kirk" because he has been voted a team captain for the Bulls for four consecutive years. Hinrich is the Bulls' all-time leader in three point field goals. After seven seasons with the Bulls, he was traded to the Washington Wizards on June 8, 2010. He then was traded to the Atlanta Hawks on February 23, 2011.

Hinrich was born to Jim and Nancy Hinrich of Sioux City, Iowa. His father had played college basketball at Briar Cliff College and later became a coach for Sioux City West High School. When Hinrich was about seven years old, Jim Hinrich visited Ray Nacke, his old college coach, and asked if Kirk could enroll in Nacke's summer camp for fourth, fifth, and sixth graders. Despite Nacke's hesitations, Hinrich was allowed to attend the camp, and played well against the older children. After just two years, Hinrich advanced to Nacke's camp for young teenagers, and excelled there, as well.

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