Bulls Explain The Plan To Stay Competitive, Which Includes Counting On Rajon Rondo"We didn’t want to rebuild where we become possibly a lower-lottery team long term," GM Gar Forman says.
Gar Forman Hints At Low-Profile Free Agency For Bulls"What we got to keep in mind is not only short term but long term," Forman says.
The Bernstein Brief: Bulls' Gar Forman Is Attempting Damage ControlForman is afraid of Jimmy Butler feeling slighted after his name ended up in so many trade talks.
Gar Forman: Bulls Didn't Shop Jimmy Butler"We never made a single call," Forman says. "We're not looking to move Jimmy."
Bernstein: Bulls' Action Is Better Than NothingChicago should continue to shop Jimmy Butler.
Westerlund: New Era Dawns For The Bulls With Derrick Rose's ExitThe Bulls traded Rose to the Knicks in an effort to get "younger" and "more athletic."
The Bernstein Brief: Bulls' Embarrassment On DisplayJimmy Butler will represent the Bulls at the NBA Draft lottery, a human shield for the executives' failures.
The Bernstein Brief: Bulls Hurry To Keep The Status QuoIt won't be anybody in a suit, but somebody's going somewhere.
No Changes At Top For Bulls, Who Say Everything Else Is On Table"This year wasn't acceptable," executive John Paxson says.
Bernstein: Good Riddance To These BullsNone of this is good, other than it being over.
Baffoe: Consideration Of The Bulls Trading Jimmy ButlerThe Bulls moving on from Butler is vague speculation right now, but it shouldn’t be dismissed outright.
The Bernstein Brief: Bulls Make No SenseThere's no sense that general manager Gar Forman is watching the same games as us.