Michael Jordan Appeals For Calm In Wake Of Charlotte ProtestsMichael Jordan is appealing for calm following violent demonstrations that erupted in Charlotte after a black man was shot dead by a police officer.
Bulls' Over/Under Wins Total For 2016-'17 Set At 38.5The Bulls went 42-40 last season in coach Fred Hoiberg's first season, missing the playoffs for the first time since 2008.
Derrick Rose Is Feeling More Love In New York Than He Did In Chicago"I can only imagine how they’re going to act when we start winning," Rose says of Knicks fans.
Accuser's Lawyers: Derrick Rose Couldn't Define 'Consent' During DepositionRose's gang rape civil case is set to go to trial Oct. 4.
Bulls Name Nate Loenser Coach Of D-League Windy City BullsBulls assistant general manager Brian Hagen will add to his duties the role of Windy City Bulls GM
Accuser In Derrick Rose Rape Case Speaks OutKeeping her Mexican immigrant parents, siblings and many nieces and nephews in the dark is critically important to her and gets harder as the Oct. 4 trial date looms with more attention focused on the case.
Bulls Star Dwyane Wade Advises Young Black Men About Overcoming HardshipsWade shared the story of his early years in Chicago, in hopes of inspiring the next generation. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Watch: Bulls' Robin Lopez Gets Serenaded By Mariah Carey On StageLopez is getting quality celebrity camera time.
Levine: Jerry Reinsdorf Enters Naismith Hall Of FameMany people have been bailed out and put forth in new directions by the Reinsdorf's generosity and kindness.
Baffoe: Remember When We Lost Interest In Derrick Rose's Sexual Assault Case?We ignored it for a long time, but Rose is set to go to trial Oct. 4 in a civil suit accusing him and two others of gang rape.
The Bernstein Brief: Derrick Rose Rape Case Demands CoverageThere's some genuinely awful stuff uncovered already, even before the actual trial that's set to begin Oct. 4.
Dwyane Wade Calls For Tougher Gun Laws After Cousin Shot And KilledWade has lashed out against his hometown of Chicago's gun laws, calling them weak and saying he's already urged city officials to enact changes to help both citizens and police.