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Bulls forward Chandler Hutchison still is surrounded by health questions

He has been on the shelf with a hamstring injury since the start of camp, but where will the minutes come from even when he is set to return?

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This You Gotta See: Bears-Saints, Notre Dame-Michigan, Bulls open regular season

Like a bridge over troubled water, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has stepped in for injured Drew Brees and led the Saints to victory in each of his four starts. In related news, we’re afraid to Google "Teddy Bridgewater" and "bridge over troubled water" lest we find out just how many times that bit has been tried.

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NBA Eastern Conference preview: It won’t be easy for the Bulls

Offseason upgrades by several teams could mean Bulls keep waiting for long-awaited playoff spot.

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Back from injury, Bulls swingman Denzel Valentine wants to prove he has staying power

After sitting out all of last season with an ankle injury, Denzel Valentine wants to show he has staying power.

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Dennis Rodman denies slapping guest at Florida party

Rodman’s attorney Lorne Berkeley denies the accusation and says an investigation will exonerate the retired player.

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Maze leads Jabari Parker to fresh start with Atlanta Hawks

Former Bulls and Simeon player strikes the right tune with Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce.

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In his new backup role, guard Kris Dunn helps Bulls dismantle Hawks

Dunn found out earlier this week that he had lost the starting point-guard spot to Tomas Satoransky, but rather than mope over it, he’s headlining a defensive-minded second unit.

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Despite blunt honesty from Luol Deng over the years, he’ll retire a Bull

Deng was signed on Thursday by his former team, and while he hasn’t always seen eye-to-eye with the decisions the Bulls have made, he’s going out the same way he came in.

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Michael Jordan opens first of 2 medical clinics in Charlotte

Tears streamed down Jordan’s cheeks as he said, "this is a very emotional thing for me to be able to give back to a community that has supported me over the years."

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Tomas Satoransky beats out Kris Dunn, will be Bulls’ starting point guard

Not that it came as much of a surprise Wednesday, but coach Jim Boylen will go with Satoransky in his starting lineup, and Kris Dunn will come off the bench.

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Sorting out fact from fiction during the last week of Bulls training camp

The talk out of camp and after four preseason games has all been positive. That’s nice on the ears for Bulls fans, but what can they truly latch on to and what is mere noise?

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Bulls guard Zach LaVine is getting defensive, and it’s about time

Tired of people "talking [bleep]" about his defense, LaVine knows he has to become dominant on both ends of the floor to be considered an elite player.

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Bulls guard Coby White catches the eye of coach Jim Boylen

White has shown he deserves playing time in back-to-back games, including Sunday’s victory against the Raptors. Coach Jim Boylen just has to figure out how to get him those minutes.

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Bulls veteran Thaddeus Young will keep preaching defense to his teammates

The Bulls have been inconsistent on the defensive end this preseason, so Young wants to see improvement Sunday against the Raptors.

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Undermanned Bulls fall to Pacers, but ‘baller’ Coby White has a night

Bulls coach Jim Boylen sat his starters, allowing the rookie White to be showcased for the first time this preseason. The Bulls, however, are now 0-3 in preseason.

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Bulls’ Zach LaVine is not thrilled with his analytics department

The guard is being asked to forfeit his mid-range game, focusing on either shooting threes or attacking the rim, and he feels it’s a decision that is killing a "lost art."

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Steve Kerr responds to President Trump’s ‘little boy’ comment: ‘It’s just sad’

Steve Kerr had a lengthy musing about the deterioration of American politics and its executive branch.

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More than enough cowards to go around in NBA-China controversy

Members of the NBA family have had an extremely difficult time locating their social consciences and their vocal cords. It’s the sort of thing that can happen when a sports league has a $4 billion relationship with a country.

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Caught on tape: Ex-Ald. Danny Solis sought money from Jerry Reinsdorf group

With the FBI listening, the alderman brushed off an aide’s concerns that it might be a problem asking for campaign money from Bulls and White Sox owner’s development team that was seeking his help at City Hall.

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Bulls coach Jim Boylen is mum, but point-guard competition is over

Boylen wouldn’t come out and name his starter Thursday, but he didn’t need to. Tomas Satoransky will be the starting "lead guard’’ and has the numbers to buttress that decision.

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Late meltdown dooms Bulls, but this game was all about Zach vs. Zion

Zach LaVine and Zion Williamson put on a show in the Pelicans’ victory, and now the attention turns to a possible showdown in the dunk contest.

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Bulls’ loss was Pelicans’ gain: The reign of Zion has begun

The Bulls were hoping that the lottery balls would somehow fall their way in the Zion Williamson sweepstakes last May, but they had no such luck. New Orleans is raising the man-child.

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Bulls are poised to get a firsthand look at the growing legend of Zion

Center Wendell Carter Jr. learned all about Zion Williamson from his former teammates at Duke, while rookie Coby White played against him last year. Ready or not, here comes Zion.

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Chicago Police officers continue to abuse parking privileges, inspector general says

Inspector General Joe Ferguson says Chicago police officers continue to use police placards to park illegally around City Hall and near Soldier Field and Wrigley Field.

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Preseason loss to Bucks has Bulls still getting defensive

Defense has been a problem throughout this rebuild, and the hope was strides would be made. The Milwaukee loss was a reminder of how much work is left.

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Battle for Bulls’ starting point guard spot still a stalemate

Kris Dunn got the starting nod in the team’s 122-112 loss to the Bucks at the United Center, but coach Jim Boylen said he would use the entire preseason to evaluate the position.

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Injuries continue to slow development of Bulls big man Wendell Carter Jr.

The second-year center came into camp with a lot of promise, but he has been slowed by an ankle injury and a bruised tailbone.

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Believe the Bulls’ hype about rookie Coby White? Time to start finding out

After mixed results in Summer League, No. 7 overall pick Coby White has been turning heads in training camp through the first week ... at least that’s what the Bulls are selling.

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Bulls veteran Thaddeus Young is preaching togetherness from the start

The schedule sets up for the Bulls to get out of the gate early, but Young keeps reminding his teammates it all starts in the locker room.

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Bulls unveil new ‘Statement Edition’ uniforms

A fan-favorite Bulls uniform is making a comeback this season.

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Bulls’ Lauri Markkanen welcomes a drama-free training camp

Markkanen has had a chance to use camp for one important thing: working to become an elite two-way player.

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This You Gotta See: Bears-Raiders, Sharks-Blackhawks and — hello — Zion Williamson

Which will be cooler for all the youngsters in attendance for Bulls-Pelicans at the United Center: the team with Zion Willamson and Lonzo Ball on its side, or the team with without Zion Williamson and Lonzo … you know what? Just forget the question.