A sports editor for CBSChicago.com and 670TheScore.com, Cody Westerlund also covers the Bulls. Prior to coming on board in January 2014, he previously had covered college and high school sports in the Champaign, Ill., and Ames, Iowa areas. Westerlund graduated from the University of Illinois in 2010 and lives on the North Side.
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Chicago holds the No. 14 and No. 48 picks in the June 23 draft.
The 22-year-old Valentine brings a versatile skill set that intrigues NBA teams.
Notre Dame’s Demetrius Jackson believes the Bulls will select a guard, and he could fit the bill.
The Bulls are in line to get the No. 14 pick. Who will they be looking at there?
The chances of Sacramento conveying its first-round pick to Chicago are infinitesimal.
A crucial offseason awaits, one that management has promised will include roster turnover.
“Fred is going to have to work at it,” Paxson says.
“This year wasn’t acceptable,” executive John Paxson says.
The NBA Draft lottery will take place May 17.
Felicio scored a career-high 16 points to help the Bulls past the Cavs on Saturday.
Hoiberg believes there’s a misconception regarding his relationships with players.
Butler’s 25 points and quality decision-making led Chicago to a victory at Milwaukee.
Rose is dealing with a left elbow injury, while Gibson has a rib fracture.
A triple-double from Jimmy Butler wasn’t enough for Chicago, which sits two games out of a playoff spot.
Rose needs to see improvement in his left elbow if he’s to play Sunday.
Additionally, Taj GIbson is tending to a personal matter back home.
The Bulls are 36-37, the latest they’ve been sub-.500 in a season since April 2010.
“It starts with competing with this group,” coach Fred Hoiberg says.
Chicago fell to 36-34 and sits a game behind Detroit for the East’s final playoff spot.
Chicago remains tied with Detroit for the final playoff spot in the East.