With the buyout between Wade and the Bulls now complete, the Bulls feel the hometown kid is likely going to be reunited with LeBron James.
The VP of basketball operations met with his players Monday as the Bulls look for unity in handling political divisiveness.
A source confirmed a report Sunday night that said the Bulls bought out Dwyane Wade’s contract, ending his homecoming after one season.
A Bulls source confirmed that Mirotic will indeed stay put, signing a two-year, $27-million deal.
It wasn’t much of a rookie year for Dunn in Minnesota last year, but with a new address and very little competition, that is set to change with Bulls.
ESPN reported that the Thunder will send center Enes Kanter, forward Doug McDermott and a 2018 second-round pick via the Bulls.
The former Bulls coach reiterated that giving up LaVine in a trade for Jimmy Butler was a tough decision, but one that had to be made.
In Episode 45 of “Know Your Job, Do Your Job,” Bulls beat writer Joe Cowley talks all things Doug Collins, and does it put people on the hot seat.
According to former Bulls forward Taj Gibson, leadership and attention to detail suffered once Gar/Pax showed Tom Thibodeau the exit.
That’s an unprecedented run of retention and an obvious source of pride for coaches across the league.
The Bulls announced Thursday that they’re home game tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. Friday.
I guess this is how Jerry Reinsdorf does his firings: He keeps everybody — John Paxson and Gar Forman — and hires one more guy — Doug Collins.
Gar Forman’s grip on the Bulls might be stronger than ever, so the idea that Collins has been hired to replace the GM or coach is simply unfounded.