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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...
  • Chance the Rapper joined Kendrick Lamar on stage during his performance at Chicago's United Center on Thursday. 

    Watch: Chance The Rapper joins Kendrick Lamar on stage during Chicago concert

    Kendrick Lamar was in Chicago on Thursday night, performing at the United Center as part of his DAMN. summer tour. To celebrate the occasion, Kendrick surprised fans by welcoming out Chicago’s favorite son at the moment, Chance The Rapper. Together the two performed a cover of Chance’s “No Problem...
  • Watch Eddie Vedder join Roger Waters on stage for performance of ‘Comfortably Numb’

    Watch Eddie Vedder join Roger Waters on stage for performance of ‘Comfortably Numb’

    Roger Waters’ Us + Them Tour was in Chicago over the weekend for a pair of shows at the United Center. During the show on Sunday evening, Waters invited up one of the city’s favorite rock and roll sons, Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, to help close out the 23-song set with a performance of the Pink Floyd...
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    Chicago experiences multifaceted John Mayer

    Musician John Mayer and his "The Search For Everything World Tour" made a stop at the United Center in Chicago last night. Longtime fans found everything they needed during a show that eclipsed the two-hour mark. L.A. rockers The Record Company warmed the crowd with a tight set that was their...
  • Buzzer Eater: 3 reasons BYU basketball got upended 75-73 at Illinois

    Buzzer Eater: 3 reasons BYU basketball got upended 75-73 at Illinois

    Anytime you let your chances boil down to one last prayer of a shot at the end of a game, you're letting fate slip out of your own hands and into your opposition. That's exactly what happened this weekend at Illinois, as BYU let its opportunity to win at the United Center in Chicago rest on a half...
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