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Raging Bull: Counting the Cost of a Carmelo Anthony Trade

As the Chicago Bulls vainly struggled  to score against the Sacramento Kings (ranked 28th in defensive rating)  it was hard not to think, “They really need Carmelo Anthony.” Certainly, his multifaceted scoring abilities would be a great boon to an offense that often looks like a clogged heart working overtime to futilely pump thickened blood through plaque-covered […]

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The 2014 Plan, Part Two: You Can’t Teach Size

For years the Bulls have touted 2014 as the year the team would finally have spending flexibility. But with the summer approaching, management has thrown cold water on the possibility of bringing over long-awaited Real Madrid star Nikola Mirotic. With a franchise so well-versed in bracing its fans for disappointment, that got us at Bulls […]

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The 2014 Plan, Part One: The Case For Carmelo Anthony

 For years the Bulls have touted 2014 as the year the team would finally have spending flexibility. But with the summer approaching, management has thrown cold water on the possibility of bringing over long-awaited Real Madrid star Nikola Mirotic. With a franchise so well-versed in bracing its fans for disappointment, that got us at Bulls […]

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3-on-3: Luol Deng’s future

1. Does Deng fit into Chicago’s future plans? Avi Saini: I’m unsure. It’s hard to say mainly because no one really knows what the future plans are at the moment. There have been talks for a while now saying that the Bulls are potentially looking at making a run at one of the big name […]

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Luol Deng is Looking to Test Free Agency

Unfortunately the first important piece of Chicago Bulls related news in several months is not a good one. First reported by Aggrey Sam of CSN Chicago, Luol Deng’s agent, Herb Rudoy, that Deng will be testing the free agent waters next offseason and that any contract extension discussions are tabled until the conclusion of the […]

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Bulls giving Kyrylo Fesenko a chance

K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune writes: When Bulls training camp begins next week, center Kyrylo Fesenko will be there on a non-guaranteed contract, according to a league source. Fesenko, a 7-foot-1-inch former second-round pick, has averaged 2.3 points and 2 rebounds in 135 career games with Utah and Indiana. He worked out for the […]

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Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

Consistency is something the Bulls have had over the past two seasons. They kept most of the same players, signed just a few new guys, and kept winning games. But that consistency will be gone this upcoming year, with many of the wins possibly going with it. The Bulls got rid of almost their entire […]

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