Unless they’re blown away, the Bulls could be idle at the trade deadline, K.C. Johnson says.
Mike Dunleavy hadn’t heard about DeMarcus Cousins’ criticism, but he wasn’t surprised.
Pending a physical, the Bulls traded Kyle Korver to the Atlanta Hawks Friday.
Entering the playoffs, the Bulls appeared to be a lock to defeat the 76ers in the first round as they prepared to make a run at a championship.
One Bulls expert said that after Rose’s 1-for-13 performance from the field in last night’s win over the Heat, he’ll need to play as much as possible before the playoffs begin.
A shoulder injury threatens more games for the 34-year-old, and the Bulls may be forced to make a trade before the March 15 deadline.
As Derrick Rose continues to sit with an injured back, Luol Deng has stepped up nicely in place of the point guard.
A reoccurring theme during this shortened NBA season has been the health of Derrick Rose and whether or not he should be playing on a nightly basis.
Though the Heat edged the Bulls in the end, there a several positives that can be taken from the thrilling finish in Miami.
Despite a torn ligament in his wrist, Luol Deng will play Sunday against the Heat. At least that’s what he’s telling people.
In a shortened NBA season, injuries are bound to happen.
The usually-durable Derrick Rose missed his second game of the season Monday and it appears he’ll likely miss Tuesday’s game.
Terry Boers started a spirited Score debate with listeners Tuesday when he said Charles Tillman is the best Bears cornerback ever. That statement probably said more about the team’s mostly nondescript recent history at the position than anything.
Four full weeks of the NBA season have been canceled by commissioner David Stern, and while early reports indicate the league and Player’s Association are “95 percent” finished with a deal, one NBA insider doesn’t think it’s that close.
There’s still time for the NBA to salvage an entire 82-game season, but that time is quickly running out.
Many fans and members of the media expected the Bulls to pursue a bigger trade than the one they made during Thursday night’s NBA Draft.
What should be a very important offseason for the Chicago Bulls could be shortened, or limited, thanks to an impending lockout and the uncertainty of a new collective bargaining agreement.
The Chicago Bulls made it clear that they’re going to be one of the elite teams in the NBA for the foreseeable future. But if Chicago wants to take the next step, and get to the NBA Finals, they’re going need to add some pieces in the offseason.
When the dust settled on the free agent frenzy last summer, the Chicago Bulls were left with several key role players and one player who was supposed to be a difference maker: Carlos Boozer.
After losing in the conference finals, Chicago Bulls fans are excited to see what moves the organization makes in the offseason to help them improve on the 2011 season.