To start with I would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving! Tonight's contest, at 9:30pm on WGN, ends the league's two year hiatus from games played on Thanksgiving. The Bulls enter tonight's game losing 3 of the first 4 on the annual "circus trip" facing a Jazz team that is coming off a 104 94 home loss to Oklahoma City. The Bulls must start to rebound. Period. During the current 3 game losing streak they have been outrebounded by over 10 boards a game. The Bulls must keep an eye on Carlos Boozer. He missed both meetings vs Chicago last season and is averaging 18.9 points on the season. The team heads home tonight after the game for a few nights sleeping in their own beds before having to go to Cleveland next Friday. Have a great Holiday! The Bulls Circus trip rolls into Portland this evening with the squad looking to make up for the loss Saturday night in Denver. This figures to be a tough test for Chicago tonight in The Rose Garden, where they have lost the last 2 meetings. Last season Portland swept the Bulls for the second consecutive season and the 10th time in franchise history. The Trail Blazers won by an average of 28 points in the two games, their largest average margin of victory against any team last year. The Bulls should be able to keep it much closer than that this year because they are a much better defensive team. Tonight the Bulls must contain LaMarcus Aldridge and Greg Oden. After tonight's game the Bulls will get a few days rest before facing the Jazz on Thanksgiving evening on WGN. Thanks for checking in and enjoy Bulls basketball on Channel 9! Even though John Salmons struggled early, you had to figure that his poor shooting would not last. John was settling for perimeter shots early in the season, instead of driving to the basket or driving and hitting some pull up jumpers. He has been getting back to that in the last couple of games and you can see his scoring and shooting numbers have gone up. I guess it's kind of like a baseball hitter who goes into a slump. You know he's going to come out of it eventually and as a coach, you just have to ride it out. Taj Gibson finds himself in a very enviable position of being in the starting line up as a rookie. He has played very well and is getting heavy minutes filling in during Tyrus Thomas' injury. He has proven to be a defensive stopper, which probably shouldn't be a surprise since he was the the Pac 10 defensive player of the year last year at USC. Usually it takes 2 years for a rookie to get used to playing defense in the NBA. Gibson has figured it out from the beginning. He is not late on rotations, he's blocking shots and his transition from college has been very smooth. This starting assignment for Taj is really going to pay off later in the season. 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Kobe Bryant scored 40 points on Tuesday against the Pistons, the 100th game of his career in which he scored at least 40 points. In NBA history, only Wilt Chamberlain (271) and Michael Jordan (173) have more career 40 point games. The Bulls play the first game of their annual "Circus Trip" tonight on Channel 9 from Arco Arena in Sacramento. The west coast trip for Chicago teams gives you a chance to bond a little bit and get closer as a team. You are out on the road for two weeks, away from your family and your teammates are the only guys you are going to see. You are together almost 24/7. 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Download the Seattle Sports App or sign up for sports text alerts to have the final score sent directly to your mobile device I made a lot of plays in the open field, sniffing out screens and showing my coverage ability, Wright said. And it was Monday night football too so everybody was watching. It was against some really good players and a good offense. It just stood out, this game. Seattle's defensive performance against New Orleans was its most impressive of the season. The Seahawks allowed just 188 total yards to Drew Brees and a Saints team that came into the game with the No. 2 pass offense in NFL. The 188 total yards were the fewest allowed by Seattle this season and fewest since giving up 154 yards to Arizona in December 2012. Most of the attention coming into the game was on the depleted Seahawks secondary with cornerbacks Brandon Browner (injury) and Walter Thurmond (suspension) out, the night became a display of Seattle's talent at linebacker with Wright and Wagner the standouts. Despite his belief, Carroll wanted proof that his linebackers could handle the problems the Saints' offense would present. With Seattle having a bye week before facing the Saints, Carroll asked his coaches to come up with film clips showing Wright could handle Graham in coverage and Wagner could stay with Sproles. The hope was to provide evidence that Seattle would not need elaborate schemes to slow down two of the Saints' biggest offensive threats. I was challenging the fellas with all of the options that we could go to, Carroll said. There's a variety of ways that you can try and match things up and the coaches really felt like we could do it with the matchups that were kind of normal for us. I said, OK, well show me.' So they did and they were right. Seattle used a different tactic than others in keeping Graham from having a huge game. There was a thought that the Seahawks might use Richard Sherman and follow what New England did when the Patriots put cornerback Aqib Talib on Graham and held him without a catch. But instead the job fell mostly to Wright. He played Graham aggressively on the line of scrimmage and tried to alter his route from the start of the play. Graham had two receptions on the Saints' lone scoring drive and one catch on the first play of the fourth quarter when Seattle was well ahead. If you let him run free it's just like 7 on 7 to him. So you've got to get into his face and bother him a little bit and just win on your leverage, Wright said. At the same time I have help, so I trusted my guys to come over the top. You saw Kam (Chancellor) on one of those plays come over the top. So you have to win on your leverage too. The challenge doesn't get any easier for the Seahawks this week facing Vernon Davis and the 49ers offense. When the teams played in September, Davis had only three catches for 20 yards, but very little of San Francisco's passing game worked that night in a 29 3 loss. While it's certain he'll get help from others, there's a good chance Wright will see time defending Davis. He surprised us really. He surprised us early on and he was so stout about the game, Carroll said. He just could learn quickly and handle a lot of information and utilize all of the stuff and he surprised us again with his covering ability, in this manner. He's a very, very good cover guy and he has great instincts about it.
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