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Player breakdowns: Forward Lauri Markkanen and the front office dilemma

With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had, and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Markkanen and how the latest front office news will impact his stay long-term.

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Player breakdowns: Meet Otto Porter Jr., the lame duck Bulls small forward

With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had, and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Porter.

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Chicago athletes spend quarantine like us: Posting on social media

Here are some of the best posts from stars of the Bulls, White Sox and more.

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Player breakdowns: Bulls’ Wendell Carter Jr. wants a position change

With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Carter.

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ABC/ESPN moving up Bulls documentary release date to April 19

The 10-part series titled "The Last Dance," which follows the team’s 1998 title run, originally was set for June, before the coronavirus pandemic put the sports world on hold.

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Player breakdowns: The ‘Bench Mob,’ they’re not — the Bulls’ backup guards

With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up are the backcourt reserves.

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Project CURE to host equipment drive at United Center

With essential medical supplies running low due to the coronavirus outbreak, Project CURE, with the support of Illinois Sens. Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth, announced Friday its plans to host an equipment drive at the United Center this weekend.

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Player breakdowns: Bulls guard Denzel Valentine is a rebel with a cause

With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Valentine.

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United Center to become ‘logistics hub’ for food distribution, medical supply collection

The home arena of the Blackhawks and Bulls will help Chicago in another way over the coming weeks.

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Player breakdowns: Bulls’ Tomas Satoransky is his own harshest critic

With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is the guy called "Sato."

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Dennis Rodman’s path to superstardom was ahead of its time

He was a hero of nothing. He had no cause. He had nothing at all. Except fame.

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Player breakdowns: The Bulls will be Coby White’s team in 2 years

With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is White.

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Player breakdowns: Bulls guard Kris Dunn has finally embraced a role

With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Dunn.

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Player breakdowns: Heck, yeah, Bulls guard Zach LaVine deserves better

With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. First up is the face of the franchise.

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Bulls traveling party will self-quarantine through Sunday

Because four Brooklyn Nets players have tested positive for the coronavirus, the Bulls have been asked to self-quarantine the entire traveling party through Sunday in the wake of their March 8 game in Brooklyn.

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Bulls GM Gar Forman had a slow rise to power and an even slower demise

Forman could do no wrong when he was named the team’s GM in 2009. By the time 2011 had come and gone, he was the NBA Executive of the Year. By 2012, however, the missteps began, and a seat built on paranoia and mistrust eventually led to his downfall. The demise of Forman has been slow, but it’s all but complete now.

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With CDC’s latest coronavirus recommendations, NBA must get creative

There are a number of scenarios for the NBA to weigh as it figures out how to eventually end the 2019-20 season after the coronavirus shutdown, but maybe an unusual ending in unusual times is the answer.

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It’s time for the Bulls to start rethinking their roster construction

Once the business of basketball resumes, the Bulls have to think seriously about trading Lauri Markkanen or Zach LaVine and find an athletic, talented wing to build around. Chasing a title with backcourt players is a losing philosophy.

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In the strange stillness of a sports shutdown, we’ll do the best we can to give fans their fill

The coming weeks will be challenging for the Sun-Times sports department and hard on you, too.

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Like rest of NBA, Bulls feel impact of league shutdown

Every team will have its storylines in the wake of the stoppage because of the coronavirus, and when it comes to the Bulls, the player most affected is rookie guard Coby White.

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An unthinkable Thursday: Coronavirus brings the sports world to a screeching halt

A dizzying day hit fans, athletes and all others involved with the games we enjoy, play in and write about seemingly from all sides.

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Bulls return to Chicago with a lot going on and little to say

The Bulls announced in a statement that while no player or staff member has shown signs of the coronavirus, they are shutting down operations for the time being and want everyone in the organization to practice social distancing.

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NBA suspends season, as Bulls look for exit strategy out of Orlando

In the wake of Jazz big man Rudy Gobert reportedly testing positive for the coronavirus, the NBA announced that after Wednesday’s games the league was shutting down. Meanwhile, the Bulls were trying to get back to Chicago, with their game against the Magic cancelled.

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As the NBA shuts down, a reminder that dealing with the fear of coronavirus is at least as important as the disease

Expect the NHL and Major League Baseball to follow suit soon.

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Bulls’ Tomas Satoransky lost a starting job, but not his confidence

The Bulls acquired Satoransky in a sign-and-trade with the Wizards last offseason, but don’t write him off as just another failure by the franchise just yet.

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Bulls guard Coby White pulls out victory in first NBA start

It hasn’t been the easiest few weeks for the Bulls rookie, especially as a self-proclaimed germophobe during the coronavirus outbreak. But he can at least say he won his first game as a starter.

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Bulls’ Zach LaVine talks coronavirus, returning from quad injury

The Bulls guard admitted that Tuesday was a strange day, not only for players in the locker room, but because of the new rules on how to deal with the media in the wake of the coronavirus scare.

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Bulls rookie Coby White finally moving into starting lineup

Despite a season of disappointment and uncertainty, the Bulls are rewarding their first-round pick by making him the starting point guard.

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Bulls’ latest loss means development flag is about to be hoisted

Losing to the Nets basically squelched what little playoff hopes the Bulls held. Even coach Jim Boylen admitted it might be time to focus on development.

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Bulls forward Chandler Hutchison tuning out idea that he’s injury-prone

The 2018 first-round pick has only played in 72 games since he was selected out of Boise State and is on the verge of being shut down for the season. Just don’t call him injury-prone.

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Rookie Coby White as a starter and other things we need to see from the Bulls

The Bulls have 19 games left and many questions in Year 3 of their rebuild. Starting White would be a good first step, but it’s only one of several boxes that need to be checked.

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Bulls lose to Pacers as forward Lauri Markkanen struggles again

The third-year forward was playing in only his second game since missing 15 in a row with an injured right pelvis, and he looked like a guy who had missed a lot of time.

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Forget Doug Collins; Bulls coach Jim Boylen has bigger issues looming

Bulls players are aware that the front office is looking to restructure, and that could mean the end of Boylen’s tenure. The problem is, not many seem upset about it.

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Jim Boylen looking to bring ‘boot camp’ mentality back to Bulls practices

Boylen had no problem throwing suicide sprints and push-ups at his players last season when he first took over. But will his players tune him out this time as questions about his future linger?