Carter Jr. was officially named a starter on Wednesday, and will have a huge test in the season opener, locked up with All-Star Joel Embiid.
Portis and his camp decided to walk away from a contract extension at the Monday deadline, but that doesn’t mean he wants to be elsewhere next season.
The Bulls and Zenni Optical announced a five-year partnership that will make the eyewear company the franchise’s first patch sponsor.
LeBron James left a huge vacancy atop the Eastern Conference, but the Bulls aren’t even close to taking advantage of it yet. And other NBA storylines.
While the talks were described as amicable Monday, the Bulls now seem willing to let Portis become a restricted free agent and wait out the market.
LaVine knows there are doubts about his game and his value. Now he has a chance to silence them.
The signing of Ulis might affect whether Ryan Arcidiacono sticks on the roster.
The loss of Lauri Markkanen to an elbow injury is a huge setback, but don’t tell that to coach Fred Hoiberg, who has his team thinking it is ready.
McDermott credits Butler for taking him under his wing during their Bulls days, insisting, “He pushes people, but pushes you the right way.’’
Parker refused to speak to the media after learning of his demotion to the bench Wednesday, but on Thursday, he told his side of the story. Sort of.
Trying to find some energy after two dismal preseason performances, coach Fred Hoiberg moved Parker to the bench in the victory over the Pacers.
Winter, who was the architect of the famed triangle offense, died on Wednesday at the age of 96.
The 6- to 8-week timetable for Markkanen’s right-elbow injury to heal is not exactly on the fast track, and his absence is being felt on many fronts.
Parker says learning his teammates — and them learning him — won’t be a quick process. But does the rebuild have time for that right now?
The Bulls lost 110-104 to the Hornets, but LaVine scored a game-high 26 points on 9-for-15 shooting in 25 minutes.