The Sun-Times reported the Butler-Kyrie Irving connection a month ago, but did Gar/Pax drop the ball on attempting to get them together in Chicago?
Almost a month after he was traded to Minnesota, Butler continued to open up about his last meeting with the Bulls’ front office.
The Bulls’ restricted free agent said he remains surprisingly “calm” as he awaits offers, but the goal remains to stay in Chicago.
Rookie Lauri Markkanen showed promise in Summer League, but that shouldn’t takeaway from the continued missteps currently sitting on the roster.
In Episode 37 of “Know Your Job, Do Your Job,” Bulls beat writer Joe Cowley talks Bulls Summer League, who stood out and who went home.
Holiday was around during the Jimmy Butler takeover two years ago, then spent last season with the dysfunctional Knicks. Joining a tanking team? Easy.
Beating his chest about a so-called “level of success” before the decision to rebuild was made this offseason, Forman defends his front office.
Dunn left Vegas for “family reasons” Monday, but even with only one Summer League game under his belt, he’s still leading the point-guard competition.
The second-year player was more enigma than stud as a rookie, but he maintains that he has always known what he can be in the NBA.
That could’ve been tested if Ohio State had contacted Hoiberg about its vacancy, but — at least for now — he still seems loyal to the front office.