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Guard Zach LaVine isn’t the only Bull being looked at by other teams

Rumors continue to swirl around the Bulls based on the possibility of a significant trade. At least that’s the hope of a handful of teams who think there could be collateral damage after key decisions are made in the next few months by the new-look front office.

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Blackhawks in the playoffs? Chicago’s sports fans might as well rally around it

If we don’t get all geeked up for Saturday’s best-of-five opener between the Hawks and Oilers, we might as well stay stuck on our last playoff game involving a Chicago team in one of the big four professional leagues. Hint: It involved a double-doink.

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Tom Thibodeau keeps getting hired, and the Bulls keep losing

He just landed what he calls his "dream job,’’ agreeing to a five-year contract to coach the Knicks.

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Bulls players concerned they aren’t being heard by the new front office

From Day 1 of the new regime, the idea of "players first’’ was stressed by Arturas Karnisovas and Marc Eversley, but the current feeling shared by some Bulls is that very little they say is being heard.

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Scottie Pippen downplays rift with Michael Jordan in wake of ‘Last Dance’

"Why would I be offended by anything that happened 30 years ago?" Pippen said.

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Wisconsin being added to Chicago’s travel quarantine order, Lightfoot says

Indiana is not quite there yet, according to Mayor Lori Lightfoot, but that state is being closely watched.

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Hiring of coach Tom Thibodeau puts Knicks’ rebuild ahead of Bulls’

In hiring the former Bulls coach, the Knicks sent a loud message that their days of being an NBA punch line are over.

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Economic hits are coming to the NBA, but Bulls shouldn’t be crying broke

The Bulls are set up to deal with the impact of a decline in coaching salaries and a historic salary-cap hit, so a franchise valued at $3.2 billion should be shedding the fewest tears.

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What will be the ‘new normal’ at the ballpark?

Even as sports return to Chicago with the White Sox and Cubs opening Friday, it won’t be the same until the coronavirus pandemic ends. And it will end. In the meantime, a lot of what makes the games communal will be missing.

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Bulls uniforms will carry Michael Jordan’s Jumpman logo

The logo will appear on Statement Edition uniforms for all 30 NBA teams.

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Bulls rookie Daniel Gafford does no favors for his coach on Twitch

The second-round pick from last year’s NBA Draft took to his Twitch account Monday, and he didn’t exactly throw coach Jim Boylen the life preserver he was looking for.

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Jerry Reinsdorf says Michael Jordan had talent to reach the major leagues

"If he had played another year, I really believe he would have made the big leagues," Reinsdorf said of Jordan.

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Bulls know how a Rajon Rondo injury can burst bubbles

The Bulls lost the lead guard back in the 2017 playoffs and could never recover. Rondo, now a Laker, suffered a similar thumb injury last weekend, as life in the NBA bubble intensifies.

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Polling Place: Here’s where voters stand on athletes kneeling during the national anthem

Will we see baseball, basketball and hockey players take knees in support of Black Lives Matter inside mostly empty stadiums and arenas? And what will be the public reaction to it?

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Bulls have a lot riding on the ‘Chicago 8 Bubble’ becoming a reality

It starts with new vice president of basketball operations Arturas Karnisovas, but there are others who need a bubble to show their worth. Better believe coach Jim Boylen is at the top of the list.

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Bulls draft talk: Should team look at a point guard or stay in-house?

The Bulls have struggled to find consistency at the position throughout their rebuild.

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Polling Place: Did MLB start things back up sooner than it should have?

Baseball was reborn on the 3rd of July, at Guaranteed Rate Field, Wrigley Field and everywhere else on the major league map.

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Bulls draft talk: Settle on guard Zach LaVine or chase a shooting star?

Georgia two guard Anthony Edwards might be the best player in the entire draft. Is he flawed? Yes. But if the Bulls have the opportunity should they take that leap at his potential or hope LaVine has more ceiling to grow?

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Chicago could be ‘bubble’ for eight teams left out of restart

Bulls executive vice president of basketball operations Arturas Karnisovas hoped the NBA would give the teams not headed to Orlando some sort of minicamp or scrimmage time, and he might get his wish in his backyard.

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Bulls draft talk: Organization might need to start thinking small

There has been a huge hole at small forward — especially defensively — since the team traded Jimmy Butler. Could the new-look front office try to start filling that void in the 2020 draft?

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As Bulls voice Chuck Swirsky sees it, there's always something worth saying

If you follow Swirsky on Twitter, you’ve likely noticed by now that he uses the platform not for self-aggrandizement, not as a bully pulpit, but rather as a warm, heartfelt hug. Here’s why.

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NBA, players sign off on final terms for restarted season

With all necessary details completed and agreed upon, the league said it would release the game and national broadcast schedule.

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16 NBA players test positive for coronavirus as season restart approaches

Those 16 players were part of a pool of 302 tested on Tuesday.

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Bulls draft talk: The force is with Obi, but would he be a good fit?

Dayton power forward Obi Toppin is arguably the most dynamic scorer in the upcoming draft, but the Bulls have a logjam at the position. Will they take the best available player or will they draft for need?

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The discourse in sports these days? It’s a pile of horse-you-know-what

Bless Tiz the Law’s big, strong heart for keeping his yap shut after winning the Belmont Stakes. It was about time something happened in sports that wasn’t laden with empty rhetoric, tedious ignorance or outright lies.

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It’s time for Bulls’ Arturas Karnisovas to make coaching decision

Being deliberate was fine a few weeks ago, but with the Knicks now interviewing targets that were potentially on the Bulls’ list, it’s time for Karnisovas to make some immediate decisions.

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Bulls draft talk: James Wiseman is the real center of attention come October

The center position starts and ends with James Wiseman. The days of the statue standing in the paint are long gone, but even at 7-1, the former Memphis prospect fits the modern NBA ... questions about him and all.

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Thibs back to Bulls? Ideal scenarios vs. what’s likely to happen

Former Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau is by far the best candidate to take over the soon-to-be-vacant coaching seat, but these are the Bulls. Reality often wins out over what should take place.

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Bulls players have concerns about NBA’s Orlando ‘bubble’

The Bulls remain on the outside looking in as far as the 22-team season restart, but that reboot of the season could play a part in what happens to the other eight teams.

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NBA gives teams, players more detailed schedule for restart

The league is still working on completing the health and safety protocols that will essentially become the rulebook for the restart at the Disney campus near Orlando, Florida.

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Bulls guard Zach LaVine has the weight of his legacy on his shoulders

LaVine admittedly knows his career remains incomplete as long as he fails to get his team to the postseason, and that turnaround has to start now. Getting on the same page with Lauri Markkanen is a good first problem to tackle.

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Michael Jordan’s boat nabs 442-pound marlin

The six-time NBA champion and the crew of his 80-foot fishing boat named "Catch 23" hauled in a 442.3-pound blue marlin on Tuesday at the Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament in North Carolina.