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... four years of college ball, Brown was selected by the Chicago Bulls in the third round of the 1985 NBA Draft ... (1986-1997) in the NBA as a member of the Bulls, the Utah Jazz, the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Philadelphia 76ers, and the Phoenix Suns ... worked as an assistant coach for the Chicago Bulls ...
... Red Bull became somewhat of a flashback to the Ateneo Blue Eagles squad of UAAP 2002 when Larry Fonacier and Paolo Bugia were drafted by the team in the second round of the 2005 PBA Draft in August ... The Bulls won their third PBA title during the 2005–06 Fiesta Conference defeating the Purefoods Chunkee Giants in six games ... During their title run, the Bulls replaced import Quemont Greer in place of a more team-oriented James Penny at the start of the quarterfinals ...
... Bulls is a small town near Palmerston North on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand ... Royal New Zealand Air Force base at Ohakea live in Bulls ... The former Lake Alice Psychiatric hospital is 8 km north of Bulls, the hospital closed in 1999 ...
... The 1989–1990 Chicago Bulls finished the regular season with a 55-27 record, averaging 109.5 points per game and being led by Michael Jordan's league-leading 33.6 ... and a third seed in the playoffs, the Bulls advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals before losing a seven game series to the eventual champion Detroit Pistons ...
... Player Position Club Heini Adams Scrum-half Bulls Jano Vermaak Scrum-half Lions Willem de Waal Fly-half Stormers Earl Rose Fly-half Griquas Rugby Morgan Newman Centre Stormers Deon van Rensburg Centre ...
Famous quotes containing the word bulls:
“What more is to love than I have loved?
And if there be nothing more, O bright, O bright,
The chick, the chidder-barn and grassy chives
And great moon, cricket-impresario,
And, hoy, the impopulous purple-plated past,
Hoy, hoy, the blue bulls kneeling down to rest.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“As fathers, men often feel either like guests in their own homes or clumsy bulls in china shops, deferring to their wives as the emotional experts and squelching their own wish to be fully involved.”
—Ron Taffel (20th century)
“It is a fruitful island of the sea-world, a great Ithaca, there parched and stony and here trodden by flocks and curly- headed bulls and heavy with thick-set grain.”
—Christina Stead (19021983)