Whether it’s the NBA, G-League or now the BIG3, Nate Robinson just loves to play basketball.
The reality about Jordan Bell and the Bulls ... it just might surprise you
Gar/Pax have deserved much of the criticism they’ve received the last five years, but trading Bell to Golden State on draft night for cash isn’t one.
Basketball Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman can’t seem to rid himself of the “bad boy” image.
With the Bulls playing as well as they are, Paxson and Forman must decide whether they want to make this team the nucleus of the future.
Illinois has produced many outstanding and game-changing athletes, but our Mark Potash hashed out his legendary top 10 list.
No young player has benefited more from the uptick of the three-ball than Bulls rookie Lauri Markkanen, who is nailing them at a historic rate.
The Bulls lost to the Warriors by 49 points in their first meeting, but that was without Nikola Mirotic and Zach LaVine. Will it matter in Round 2?
Following the impressive 119-111 win over Miami, Mirotic said that he has not spoken with Gar/Pax, and will only worry about what he can control.
Valentine has lost his starting job with the return of LaVine, and is not only understanding of it, but like the challenges it now presents.
The Bulls continue unleashing the pieces they acquired on draft night, while Minnesota sits in fourth place in the West, led by All-Star Jimmy Butler.
In his first game in 11 months, LaVine shot 5-for-9 and made three three-pointers in just more than 19 minutes.
Van Gundy found no shortage of things to praise when asked about the versatile forward.
Mirotic can be traded starting Monday. He said he’s happy in Chicago but didn’t say whether he wants to stay with the Bulls.
The knee rehab is now behind him, as LaVine gets the starting nod against the Detroit Pistons, and Denzel Valentine moves back to a bench role.