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 in the Lake View area now.
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The Bulls view Pau Gasol as a unique facilitator and finisher they haven’t had in years past.
“I’ll do whatever they want me to do,” Doug McDermott says.
“All indications” are that Derrick Rose will join Team USA in late July.
Chicago got its man in Doug McDermott and now turns its eyes toward Carmelo Anthony.
There could come a Kevin Love-vs.-Carmelo Anthony moment of truth for Chicago management.
The Bulls will have their chance to woo Carmelo Anthony to Chicago.
An often forgotten rule appears lost on Doc Rivers and those rushing to judgment.
Joakim Noah drew notoriety after a career year.
Gar Forman also said the Bulls will “evaluate” whether to use the amnesty provision on Carlos Boozer.
“The future’s bright, but it’s been bright for a while now,” Taj Gibson says.
Tom Thibodeau called Donald Sterling’s banishment a statement that needed to be made.
There’s only a few tomorrows left for Chicago without a go-to guy late.
Chicago will have its hands full in a first-round series it now trails 1-0.
Ninety-nine seconds Monday displayed why Miami would rather delay a matchup with Chicago.
Just when we think we’ve diagnosed the Bulls, they have another dose of will in them.
Taj Gibson says, “When we’re right, we feel like we can beat anybody.”
It’s no longer about if D.J. Augustin is wanted. It’s about how much someone will pay.
Tom Thibodeau believes it’s only a matter of time before Brad Stevens has Boston winning big.
When shots aren’t falling within the system, there’s little to no recourse for the Bulls.
Taj Gibson says playing Indiana is “like looking at your twin.”