Coach Fred Hoiberg has two new toys to add into his offense, but both players have the mindset of come in and work hard, but importantly, win games.
Bulls radio voice Chuck Swirsky got caught up in the moment after the NBA Draft and is going all-in on the playoffs.
He will produce and play hard and, more important, will keep front-office jobs protected for a few more years.
General manager Gar Forman was working the phones to make something happen, but with Wendell Carter Jr. now on board, Robin Lopez can play mentor.
The Bulls played it “safe,” picking Carter Jr. No. 7 overall, and stayed in that mode, grabbing Hutchison with the 22nd selection of the NBA Draft.
The Bulls have two picks in Thursday’s NBA Draft. Will Gar/Pax play it safe or do they follow up last year’s aggressive draft night? Clock’s ticking.
The NBA has a history of smaller point guards trying to make a mark, and it’s a very short one. Young won’t change that.
Young went through his workout for the Bulls on Thursday, but the draft picture is still blurry, especially with the latest news on Michael Porter Jr.
The Bulls have been less than thrilled with Kris Dunn’s offseason, but will that be enough for them to select a point guard in a couple of weeks?
Carter spent his one season at Duke in the shadows of Marvin Bagley III, so now he has to convince teams of his value. Bridges has a much easier sell.
The Bulls continue going through the interview process and private workouts, as the June 21 NBA Draft approaches. Friday was Bamba’s turn.
LeBron James will have a big decision to make in July — one that could shift the power in the Eastern Conference for years to come.
James is likely headed for a 3-6 NBA Finals record, and while his critics love to point that out, they continue to overlook his true greatness.
Markkanen has started collecting postseason hardware for what he accomplished during his rookie season.