Joe Cowley from the Chicago Sun-Times joins us to discuss Thibs and his coaching decisions. Also, what he thinks may happen this offseason between him and the front office. How will the Bulls find more playing time for Niko? And what the future holds for Jimmy and Joakim in a Bulls uniform. For more on […]
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Rejoice, for Nikola Mirotic is finally here!
Nikola Mirotic has agreed to a three-year, $17 million deal with the Chicago Bulls. Let us rejoice and be glad.
If Carmelo Anthony won’t come, the Chicago Bulls must go get Kevin Love
If Carmelo Anthony isn’t willing to sign with the Bulls, the Bulls need to go get Kevin Love immediately.
Chicago Bulls Free Agency Primer
The NBA free agency window opened up at 12:00 AM this morning which means we are in the midst of the most exciting two weeks of the offseason. The Chicago Bulls are widely expected to make a splash in some form or the other this offseason as they try to get the final piece to […]
The Chicago Bulls have virtually infinite options this summer
The Chicago Bulls have too many options to count in the draft and free agency. Here are some of them.
Don’t be surprised if the Chicago Bulls trade a pick to save money
As you are presumably aware by now, the Philadelphia 76ers went on a one-team crusade to acquire the entire second round of this year’s draft at the trade deadline. Already in possession of a couple second round picks, they nabbed five more over this year and the next two by trading away Spencer Hawes and […]
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 […]
The possible fates of Ronnie Brewer and Kyle Korver
According to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, Bulls GM Gar Forman told Ronnie Brewer’s agent that — although they opted not to pick up Ronnie’s $4.37 million option — the team might re-sign him at a reduced salary. Said Brewer: “I will definitely test the market though. Whatever team I end up going to, […]
Brad Miller is taking his jumpers and hard fouls to Houston
The Bulls will have to look elsewhere for big man depth, because Brad Miller has agreed to a three-year, $15 million contract with the Houston Rockets. Losing Brad is a pretty big bummer, but there was no way the Bulls were going to tie up $5 million per year in cap space in a 34-year-old backup center who […]
The shooting quandaries of the Chicago Bulls
As the Bulls prepare for their game against the Los Angeles Clippers — the second stop on their current seven-game Western Conference road trip — Vinny Del Negro has some very real concerns to deal with. Forget the fact that his team could be without John Salmons, who spent Monday night in an Oakland hospital […]