Both coach Fred Hoiberg and Dunn feel the second-year player has shown enough that the team need not be in the market for a starting point guard.
The 11th-seeded Ramblers will take on seventh-seeded Nevada (29-7) in an unlikely Sweet 16 matchup in Atlanta at 6:07 p.m. Thursday.
The Bulls were blown out at home by the Nuggets, but there was even more bad news after the game: No ground was gained in the tank-a-thon.
The Bulls’ G League affiliate saw its defense improve and made a late push for the postseason.
The tendinitis in LaVine’s left knee was still an issue Wednesday, so the organization decided to keep him out of games for now and will re-evaluate.
To Loyola, Sister Jean is so much more than the 98-year-old basketball-loving nun.
A diversity report released Wednesday on college sports finds little progress in improving racial and gender hiring practices.
Hopefully Loyola’s Sweet 16 matchup against Nevada goes better than its trip to the arena Wednesday.
The high-scoring Oklahoma star is projected to go to the Bulls in the latest NBA mock draft from ESPN.
While Loyola thrives under coach Porter Moser, DePaul flounders under athletic director Jean Lenti Ponsetto.
Loyola could very well be the fourth No. 11 seed to make it to the Final Four.
LaVine is working through tendinitis in his surgically repaired left knee, but he isn’t ready to shut down the season with 12 games left.
By losing Monday to the Knicks, the Bulls stayed locked into the eighth-worst record and inched toward the Nets for the seventh spot.
Hoiberg has a pretty good sense of what Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue is going through these days. He twice has had major health scares.
What must it be like to be 20 and part of something so big, joyous and ridiculous? To succeed wildly with people you spilled sweat and blood with?