Thursday , Nov , 18 , 2004 C.Y. Ellis

Chicago Bulls Team Report – November 18

=== Chicago Bulls Team Report – November 18 ===

(Sports Network) – The Chicago Bulls failed to pick up their first win of the
season on Wednesday, as they dropped a 98-85 decision to the Golden State
Warriors at The Arena.

Kirk Hinrich had 15 points and 10 assists for the Bulls, who have dropped
their first six games and are off to their worst start since 1967-68 when the
club began 0-9. Andres Nocioni and Eric Piatkowski each chipped in 13 in the

Chicago and the New Orleans Hornets (0-7) are the only two winless teams in
the NBA. The 1967-68 Bulls team ended the season 29-53.

Rookie Ben Gordon scored 12 points in 12 minutes off the bench against the
Warriors after getting shut out Tuesday at Sacramento. He has scored at least
10 points in each game following a single-digit performance.

After recording consecutive double-doubles, center Tyson Chandler and forward
Eddy Curry each had games to forget. Chandler scored just three points on 1-
of-9 shooting and grabbed eight rebounds, while Curry scored four points and
recorded just two rebounds.

Curry, who could be on the move soon, also turned the ball over seven times in
17 minutes.

Chicago continues its seven-game road trip in Denver on Friday.