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Bulls Introduce Pau Gasol and Nikola Mirotic

With Carlos Boozer amnestied and Anthony Randolph traded, the Bulls finally had the cap space to officially sign their big additions of the offseason, Pau Gasol and Nikola Mirotic. First, you put the pen to the paper… @nikolamirotic12 pic.twitter.com/Vz3dIBe8Eq — Chicago Bulls (@chicagobulls) July 18, 2014 …then each had their own press conference this morning with the […]

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Bulls Fulfill Their Destiny And Re-Sign Kirk Hinrich

Once Charlotte, the other main suitor for Kirk Hinrich, signed Brian Roberts, it seemed to be a fait accompli that the veteran would return to Chicago yet again, though hope remained another team might jump in. Those hopes were quickly dashed by Adrian Wojnarowski: Charlotte had been pursuing free agent Kirk Hinrich, but belief is […]

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Las Vegas Summer League Player Evaluation Game 1- Bulls vs Clippers

The NBA’s annual Las Vegas Summer League kicked off today for the Chicago Bulls as they faced off with the Los Angeles Clippers. The Bulls started out the game with strong Thibodeau-esque defense against the Clippers and uncharacteristic offense firepower. But from there any semblance of defense dissolved and both teams began scoring at will. […]

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Joakim Noah and Jimmy Butler Voted To All-Defensive Teams

The NBA All-Defensive teams are usually an annual guarantee to cause uproar among NBA Twitter. How did Carlos Boozer get a vote? How did the Defensive Player of the Year not make First Team? Which declining legend will cease being grandfathered in for their respective sport’s defensive honor first: Kobe Bryant or Derek Jeter? This year, however, […]

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2013-14 Year in Review: Mike Dunleavy

“Oh, you can’t always get what you want. But if you try sometimes, you just might find You get what you need.” Those iconic lines from The Rolling Stones essentially sum up the 2013-2014 season for Mike Dunleavy. The 33 year-old came to Chicago after 11 seasons with three franchises and only one playoff win […]

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Jimmy Butler swagged out

2013-14 Year in Review: Jimmy Butler

Let’s get the obvious out of the way immediately: Jimmy Butler did not have a great season. And that is most likely an understatement. Having said that, I don’t think it’s much of a stretch to say that the 2013-14 Chicago Bulls would not have won 48 games without Jimmy. He stepped into the void […]

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Tony Snell

2013-14 Year in Review: Tony Snell

Tony Snell’s rookie season was not a terribly smooth one. He spent the first 12 games or so barely playing, then was suddenly thrust into the starting lineup, then became something of a key bench cog, then went back to not playing very much. His calling card coming in was his shooting, something that never […]

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Nene Hilario Suspended for Game 4

  Nene Hilario has been a thorn in Chicago’s side this season, especially during the playoffs. His physical play defensively has impeded Noah’s passing from the high post and kept Chicago out of the paint for easy layups while his offense has been strong and bruising. With Nene on the court the Bulls are only […]

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