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Phil Rosenthal: The Bulls are terrible … and Jim Boylen is only making it worse

CHICAGO - Pamplona has the running of the bulls.

For the ruining of the Bulls, there's Chicago.

In the tradition of the stock yards and slaughterhouses for which this city once was known, the Bulls are getting cut down, gutted, roasted and chewed up this season.

The United Center is looking less like the House that Michael Jordan Built than the Fixer-Upper that Gar Forman and John Paxson

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