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  • Jabari Parker agrees to deal with Chicago Bulls

    Jabari Parker agrees to deal with Chicago Bulls

    Chicago native and former Milwaukee Buck Jabari Parker inked a 2-year, $40 million deal with the Chicago Bulls. The former No. 2 overall pick battled several ACL injuries while in Milwaukee, but he enjoyed a strong close to the 2017-18 season. Parker’s injury history made teams reticent to offer him...
  • Zach LaVine likely to remain with Chicago Bulls after big offer sheet

    Zach LaVine likely to remain with Chicago Bulls after big offer sheet

    Zach LaVine was the big haul for the Chicago Bulls when they traded away franchise star Jimmy Butler last summer, but even LaVine’s stay could have been short lived. The electric shooting guard, who played sparingly last season while rehabbing a torn ACL incurred while playing with the Minnesota...
  • Kris Dunn returns from injury for Chicago Bulls

    Kris Dunn returns from injury for Chicago Bulls

    Chicago Bulls fans will finally have a chance to see their talented young backcourt, as Kris Dunn is set to return after an 11-game absence. Dunn had been absent with a concussion suffered following a dunk, and his systems persisted until recently. According to head coach Fred Hoiberg, the Bulls...
  • Chicago Bulls find rhythm with Nikola Mirotic, Bobby Portis

    Chicago Bulls find rhythm with Nikola Mirotic, Bobby Portis

    The Chicago Bulls were without two of their better players for the start of the season due to a preseason altercation, but Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis are both back in the fold–and playing well for the suddenly surging Bulls. Common thinking had the Bulls dealing one of the two after Mirotic...
  • Zach LaVine, Nikola Mirotic set to practice with Bulls’ G League affiliate

    Zach LaVine, Nikola Mirotic set to practice with Bulls’ G League affiliate

    The Chicago Bulls have gotten off to a slow start to the 2017-18 season, but reinforcements are on their way. Not only is Zach LaVine nearing a return from an ACL injury, but teammate Nikola Mirotic is ready to return, as well. Both players will embark on a rehab assignment with the Windy City Bulls...
  • Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine cleared for contact

    Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine cleared for contact

    Zach LaVine, a key piece in the Chicago Bulls’ offseason deal involving Jimmy Butler, is reportedly nearing a return for his new team. Despite suffering an ACL injury last season with the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Bulls wanted LaVine in the trade. A dynamic and athletic scorer, LaVine should one...
  • Top 10 best Chicago Bulls players ever

    Top 10 best Chicago Bulls players ever

    The Chicago Bulls have as many fans as any franchise in the NBA, and much of it can be attributed to their success in the mid-1990s. Michael Jordan might go down in history as the best basketball player to ever play the game, making his partnership with Phil Jackson one for the record books. But...
  • Lauri Markkanen provides a spark for Chicago Bulls

    Lauri Markkanen provides a spark for Chicago Bulls

    In what has amounted to a tumultuous offseason, the Chicago Bulls received a breath of fresh air in their preseason win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Rookie Lauri Markkanen, the centerpiece of the Jimmy Butler deal with Minnesota, displayed all the attributes that made him one of the nation’s best...
  • LeBron James reunited with Dwyane Wade

    LeBron James reunited with Dwyane Wade

    What seemed like a foregone conclusion has come to reality: Dwyane Wade and LeBron James are teammates once again. Following a buyout from the Chicago Bulls, Wade opted to take a veteran minimum contract to join the Cleveland Cavaliers. Wade, who was owed some $23 million by the Bulls, was a prime...
  • The Chicago Bulls have added Doug Collins to help with the direction of the team.

    Chicago Bulls turn to Doug Collins as adviser

    The Chicago Bulls have turned to a familiar face to help with the new direction of the franchise. The team has added TV analyst and former coach Doug Collins to serve as a senior adviser. Collins will help the Bulls as they navigate their rebuild. The team parted with perennial All-Star Jimmy Butler...
  • Dwyane Wade anticipating exit from Chicago Bulls

    Dwyane Wade anticipating exit from Chicago Bulls

    Dwyane Wade will ultimately leave the Chicago Bulls at some point during the 2017-18 season, and the only question now is when? Prior to the start of the season, Wade has reiterated his preference to play for a contender. “We would all love to compete for a championship at the end of my career. That...
  • Lakers had interest in Dwyane Wade depending on circumstances with Bulls

    Lakers had interest in Dwyane Wade depending on circumstances with Bulls

    The Los Angeles Lakers weren't planning to do anything major this summer with all the focus on the 2017 NBA Draft and bringing in the right young players to build around Brandon Ingram. Once the team draft Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, Josh Hart, and Thomas Bryant, it was mission accomplished for Magic...
  • Five winners from the 2017 NBA Draft

    Five winners from the 2017 NBA Draft

    The 2017 NBA Draft, which took place June 22 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, provided a number of winners. Either through trade or talent evaluation, five teams stood out from the rest. 1. Minnesota Timberwolves The Timberwolves walk out of Barclays Center with Jimmy Butler, a top 15 player in the...
  • Former NBA commissioner takes aim at Brooklyn Nets

    Former NBA commissioner takes aim at Brooklyn Nets

    Former NBA commissioner David Stern did not take too lightly to the recent trend of the league resting its players, and curiously he singled out the Brooklyn Nets to make his point. On the final day of the regular season, Nets head coach Kenny Atkinson opted to rest starters Brook Lopez and Jeremy...
  • Chicago Bulls turn to Isaiah Canaan in Rondo’s absence

    Chicago Bulls turn to Isaiah Canaan in Rondo’s absence

    The Chicago Bulls’ 2-0 series lead against the Boston Celtics seems like a distant memory, due in large part to the hand injury to starting Chicago point guard Rajon Rondo. Since Jerian Grant and Michael Carter-Williams have been largely ineffective replacing Rondo, Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg is...
  • Celtics face daunting task to avoid historic loss

    Celtics face daunting task to avoid historic loss

    Playoff seeding is a funny thing. In 2016-17, both the Indiana Pacers (No. 7) and Chicago Bulls (No. 8) are playing markedly better than their seeds would indicate. In fact, had they played the entire regular season this way, they might be ranked in the upper half of the conference. While the...
  • Chicago Bulls to match Chance The Rapper's $1 million donation for CPS

    Chicago Bulls to match Chance The Rapper's $1 million donation for CPS

    Just three weeks after announcing that he would be donating $1 million to Chicago Public Schools, Chance The Rapper helped announce more good news on Friday, March 31. So, what could top an already extremely noteworthy gesture? That the Chicago Bulls will be matching his donation of $1 million, the...
  • Wade’s injury provides opportunity for Bulls’ Valentine

    Wade’s injury provides opportunity for Bulls’ Valentine

    Even though Dwyane Wade stayed healthy for most of the season, a fractured elbow will sideline him for the remainder of the Chicago Bulls’ games. In the meantime, head coach Fred Hoiberg will start forward Paul Zipser, but rookie shooting guard Denzel Valentine has an opportunity to gain some value...
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