O.J. Mayo is off the board

The Bulls reportedly had shown some interest in unrestricted free agent shooting guard O.J. Mayo. No matter. Mayo is off the board. Jeff Caplan of ESPNDallas writes: The Dallas Mavericks and shooting guard O.J. Mayo have agreed to a multiyear deal, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. Mayo, 24, spent the first […]

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The Kyle Korver trade is official

K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune writes: The Bulls completed the trade of Kyle Korver to the Hawks reported last Friday, however the Timberwolves dropped out of the thoroughly discussed three-team deal. Korver’s $5 million contract becomes guaranteed for the 2012-13 season and slides into the Hawks’ trade exception created when they dealt Joe Johnson […]

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Kyle Korver has been traded

K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune writes: Pending a passed physical, the Chicago Bulls have traded Kyle Korver to the Atlanta Hawks via the Minnesota Timberwolves in a move that saves them $500,000 and nets what is expected to be either a second-round pick and traded player exception or a player with a small contract […]

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Derrick Rose is a fast healer

According to his brother and manager Reggie Rose (via ESPNChicago’s Nick Friedell), Derrick Rose’s rehab is going well and ahead of schedule. Said Reggie: “He’s walking without a (brace). He’s way ahead of schedule. It’s just keeping him focused, and we’re not trying to rush him. Basically, just rehab, rehab, rehab. We haven’t put nothing […]

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Kyle Korver free agency update

Earlier today, Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution tweeted the following: “Source says Hawks had interest in Bulls F Kyle Korver but he’s likely headed to Minnesota in trade.” K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune added the following tweet: “If Bulls trade Korver, which is likely, they aren’t on hook for $500,000 partial guarantee of his $5 […]

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The Bench Mob no more

Even as Bulls fans welcome Kirk Hinrich back to Chicago, they must also bid a fond farewell to the Bench Mob. One of the Bulls’ great strengths the past two seasons — during which they won a league-best 112 games — was a prolific second unit consisting of C.J. Watson, Ronnie Brewer, Kyle Korver, Taj […]

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Welcome back, Captain Kirk

Allow me to present the Kirk Hinrich Timeline: June 26, 2003: The Bulls select Kirk Hinrich with the seventh overall pick in the NBA Draft. July 16, 2003: Hinrich signs a four-year rookie deal with the Bulls that includes a team option for the 2006-07 season. October 24, 2005: The Bulls exercise their option on […]

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