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Bulls play long game, grab hometown kid Ayo Dosunmu

The Illinois standout fell to the second round of the NBA Draft, and the Bulls took him with the 38th overall pick.

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Bulls’ preseason schedule is announced, and there’s lots of home cooking

The Bulls will play a four-game preseason schedule, with three of the games at the United Center. The lone road game is in Cleveland.

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Bulls exec Arturas Karnisovas is no stranger to second-round pay dirt

With the first-round pick lost to the Magic in the Nikola Vucevic trade, Karnisovas and Co. still have a chance to impact the roster in the second round of Thursday’s NBA Draft.

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U.S. men’s basketball team routs Iran

Damian Lillard scored 21 points and the Americans got back to winning — and winning easily — with their first victory of these Olympics, romping past Iran 120-66 on Wednesday.

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NBC brings back John Tesh’s iconic NBA theme for Olympics

"Roundball Rock" is being used again by NBC at the Tokyo Games as the theme music for men’s and women’s basketball on its broadcasts.

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France ends U.S. men’s basketball’s Olympic winning streak

A 25-game Olympic winning streak for the United States ended when France closed with a 16-2 run for an 83-76 victory Sunday in the Tokyo Games.

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Joe Cowley’s annual ‘Mock Draft Surely to Go Wrong by Pick No. 4’

Unless Bulls executive Arturas Karnisovas has a major trick up his sleeve, the first round of Thursday’s NBA Draft will be all but empty for the franchise. What could have been? A Jalen Suggs if winning meaningless games at the end of the regular season wasn’t a priority.

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Michael Jordan not having much success in first year as a NASCAR owner

Driver Bubba Wallace has one top-10 finish this season and needs a win over the next four races to earn a playoff berth.

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Bulls guard Zach LaVine cleared to rejoin Team USA

LaVine had been in USA Basketball’s health and safety protocols, but there was an announcement late Tuesday that he would rejoin the team Thursday afternoon. That means LaVine can chase gold and get back on the recruiting trail.

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Zach LaVine doesn’t travel to Tokyo with Olympic team after entering health protocols

"We hope that Zach will be able to join the team in Tokyo later this week," USA Basketball said in a tweet.

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The Summer Olympics are here — whether Tokyo is ready for them or not

The Japanese capital is under a state of emergency as vaccination rates lag. Also: Cubs-Cardinals, White Sox-Brewers and a Bucks-Suns climax. This You Gotta See.

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Bulls star Zach LaVine has work to do at Olympics

If LaVine can leave Tokyo with a gold medal, that will speak volumes in the recruiting process that undoubtedly has been going on among Team USA players since they arrived in Las Vegas for the Olympic training camp.

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‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’: Please, make the rapping Porky and clapping Pennywise stop

LeBron James and Bugs Bunny aren’t the only icons embarrassed in this tedious sequel.

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Scottie Pippen is renting out his Chicago home for Olympic watch parties

Three one-night stays for up to four people will be available.

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Bulls upgrade South Side park’s basketball court with stunning new design

One of the coolest basketball courts in Chicago now sits in Burnside Park.

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Bulls guard Zach LaVine is chasing the gold standard of greatness

LaVine has had many individual accomplishments, but he has never been part of a successful championship team in college or the NBA. Team USA can change all that for him, and he’s hoping to take some valuable lessons back to the Bulls.

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NBA commissioner Adam Silver says league weathered pandemic well financially

The NBA may emerge from the pandemic on better financial footing than it first anticipated, though Silver warned that it’s too early to declare things fully back to normal.

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Offseason to-do list has already started for key Bulls

Veteran Thad Young is really only one of the few players the Bulls can use to try to bolster the roster in a trade, while Zach LaVine and Patrick Williams have major lessons to learn with Team USA.

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Blue-collar style makes Bucks’ Bobby Portis a fan favorite

This has been an immensely satisfying season for Portis after he didn’t experience much winning earlier in his career with the Bulls, Wizards and Knicks. His only previous postseason experience was the Bulls’ first-round loss to Boston in 2017.

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Scottie Pippen slams Phil Jackson, Michael Jordan

In a recent appearance on "The Dan Patrick Show," Scottie Pippen called Phil Jackson racist and Michael Jordan selfish.

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Bulls position breakdown: Nikola Vucevic remains center of attention

After years of trying to find some consistency in the middle since the days of Joakim Noah and Pau Gasol, the Bulls found it with Vucevic. Now it’s about adding depth to the position.

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Time for a well-deserved vacation from Scottie Pippen and his many opinions

The former Bulls star is implying that coach Phil Jackson was racially biased when he called a play for Toni Kukoc late in a 1994 playoff game against the Knicks.

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Recruiting time for Bulls guard Zach LaVine as he commits to Olympics?

Not only will the Bulls guard now have a chance to chase gold with Team USA, but he’ll follow a trend of trying to recruit high-level talent to join him in the next few seasons.

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Central intelligence could catch up to Bulls in the next three years

The Eastern Conference Central Division definitely could improve in the wake of Tuesday’s draft lottery as potential star power is headed to the have-nots.

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Poof! Bulls 2021 first-round draft pick Magic-ally goes to Orlando

Lady Luck looked the other way on the Bulls on Tuesday, as their 2021 first-round pick went to Orlando in the aftermath of the Nikola Vucevic trade; but they can still score in free agency.

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How to watch the 2021 NBA Draft Lottery

Which team will win the Cade Cunningham sweepstakes? We’ll find out Tuesday night.

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Bulls hoping lottery gods will smile on them

They have only a 20.3% chance of landing among the top four teams. If they don’t, their first-round pick will go to the Magic.

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Bulls’ NBA draft lottery hopes boil down to one-in-five chance

There’s a one-in-five shot the Bulls will be celebrating after Tuesday’s NBA draft lottery. What does that have to do with Aaron Rodgers, Dennis Rodman and the Jackson 5? This You Gotta See.

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Bulls position breakdown: It’s forward thinking time for Pat Williams

The No. 4 overall pick out of the 2020 NBA Draft had a nice season, resulting in being selected to the NBA’s All-Rookie Second Team. But the skillset demands more from Williams, as he has a chance to be the dominant two-way forward the league covets.

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Bulls position breakdown: There’s a reason to be guarded at the point

Some financial concerns regarding the future of Zach LaVine remain, but the offseason shoulder surgery for point guard Coby White is the latest misfortune at a position the Bulls need to address.

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Bulls guard Coby White undergoes shoulder surgery

White was injured over the weekend and will be re-evaluated in four months, according to the team.

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Scottie Pippen dancing to different music with new autobiography

The new book details how Pippen cringed at being labeled Jordan’s sidekick and claims he was the "real" leader in the Bulls locker room.