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Kris Dunn

The Chicago Bulls Can’t Stop Winning. WTF?!

Posted on 19 Dec, 2017, by in NBA

From tanking to, well, we’re not quite sure. But after six consecutive wins, the Chicago Bulls no longer look nor does their record suggest they’re the worst team in the NBA. Nikola Mirotic came back, some luck finally fell into their laps and who knows, maybe this season can become about more than just playing for a high draft pick. More

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NBA Rumors: Chicago Bulls Went for the Long, Painful Rebuild

Posted on 23 Jun, 2017, by in NBA

Trading Jimmy Butler wasn’t the worst thing in the world to do for the Chicago Bulls – a rebuild was probably going to happen at some point. But the trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves didn’t really put them in a position to head in the right direction right away. It probably means this is going to be a long, painful process. More

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Chicago Bulls Trying to Make the Playoffs and Redefine ‘Happy Ending’

Posted on 12 Apr, 2017, by in NBA

This has been a weird season for the Chicago Bulls. A team built without thinking about the future or about the now, that fell apart along the way only to be put together near the end. This might be over with a playoff appearance, but in the long run, losing to the worst team in the NBA that’s going to rest six rotation players could be the best thing for the Bulls. More

NBA Rumors: Chicago Bulls Size Helping Overcome Other Weaknesses

Posted on 2 Nov, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls have bullied their way through their opponents on the first week of the new NBA season. No problems on the Butler-Rondo-Wade front. Very good big-man combination between Gibson and Lopez. Excellent shooting all around. Mirotic and McDermott sizzling off the bench. The Bulls are undefeated, and off to a much better, drama-free start than expected. More

Chicago Bulls Preview: Dwyane Wade, Rajon Rondo & Following the Jimmy Butler Lead

Posted on 5 Aug, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls are going to look very different compared to recent years, as they head into the 2016-2017 NBA season with a weirdly put together team, led by Jimmy Butler on the court and Fred Hoiberg on the sidelines, while Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo arrive, still unclear if to help or to provide unwanted distractions. More

NBA Rumors – Chicago Bulls Backcourt of Butler & Rondo Can Go Either Way

Posted on 4 Jul, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls signed Rajon Rondo, not too long ago a sworn enemy playing for a rival. Now, in the midst of some weird changes and an unknown direction, the Bulls pair him up with their anointed new face of the franchise in the backcourt, Jimmy Butler. More

NBA Rumors – Chicago Bulls With a Big Jimmy Butler & Derrick Rose Problem

Posted on 12 Apr, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls have one more game before the season is over. They won’t make the playoffs for the first time in eight years. Fred Hoiberg failed to implement his offensive philosophy with a roster that doesn’t fit it. They seem to have too many big men in Pau Gasol, Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson. And there’s the Derrick Rose-Jimmy Butler elephant in the room. More

NBA Rumors – Golden State Warriors, Chicago Bulls Season Maintains Opposite Direction

Posted on 11 Apr, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls didn’t play on Sunday, but their fate on a couple of levels was determined by results. From a present day angle, they lost all hope of making the NBA playoffs due to the Indiana Pacers winning their game. On a historic, franchise level kind of angle, they no longer hold sole possession of the NBA record for most wins in a regular season, now sharing it with the Golden State Warriors. More

NBA Rumors – Bulls Team Talk Won’t Get Them Into the Playoffs

Posted on 28 Mar, 2016, by in NBA

The Chicago Bulls see the playoff ship sailing away from them. So the best thing to do is have a team meeting and figure out what’s not working, right? More

NBA Rumors – Chicago Bulls Begin Offseason Early, Derrick Rose & Jimmy Butler Need Help

Posted on 27 Mar, 2016, by in NBA

While the Chicago Bulls still have 10 games left, it looks quite difficult for them to make the playoffs the way they’re playing right now, injuries and form. Derrick Rose and Jimmy Butler will continue to be the focal point of this team next season, but around them (and they themselves) a lot of things have to change. More