Derrick Rose is showing off his old explosiveness.
Michael Jordan signed a $33 million contract in 1997-’98, the largest in NBA history.
“If we feel there’s opportunity, we’ll always explore it,” Bulls GM Gar Forman says.
The inclusion of Doug McDermott could change the dynamic.
Both will be expected to provide depth off the bench.
Cleveland holds all the power so long as it’s willing to part with Andrew Wiggins.
Kirk Hinrich will be relied upon for backcourt depth.
The Bulls will have more options but don’t plan to alter their identity.
The Bulls view Pau Gasol as a unique facilitator and finisher they haven’t had in years past.
If he fulfills his promise, Nikola Mirotic will change the equation for the Bulls.
Carlos Boozer will get the chance to team up with Kobe Bryant.
The Cubs are rated the 21st-most valuable, while the Bulls check in at 37th.
Carlos Boozer’s $16.8 million cap hit will be wiped off the 2014-’15 books of Chicago.
Will Golden State include Klay Thompson in a deal? That’s the big question.
“Nothing is guaranteed wherever you sign,” Pau Gasol says. “I’m happy with my choice.”
Anthony Randolph’s stay in Chicago was short-lived.
This is an intriguing hypothetical exercise.
Doug McDermott’s really good when he’s wide open.
Pau Gasol has been Chicago’s Plan B in free agency.
Chicago is casting a wide net in the free agent market, but it all depends on Carmelo Anthony.