The Bulls are reportedly front-runners to land Carmelo Anthony — but we’ve heard this sentiment before.
The Bulls will have their chance to woo Carmelo Anthony to Chicago.
Through back channels, the Bulls need to let LeBron know they’ll move mountains to acquire him.
Chicago’s pursuit of Kevin Love remains serious as well.
Chicago has its eye on Michigan’s Nik Stauskas and Michigan State’s Gary Harris.
The Heat are discussing how to create financial flexibility to add Anthony.
The deal is reportedly for five years and worth $25 million.
The Bulls are the NBA’s third-most valuable franchise, per estimates.
Carmelo Anthony has said previously he wants to test the open market.
The Knicks’ impending coaching hire could play an important role in Anthony’s decision.
Anthony would likely need to take a pay cut to join a Chicago team with a championship roster still intact.
Kerr played in Chicago for Phil Jackson, who now runs the Knicks’ basketball operations.
It’s the first big move made by Phil Jackson as head of basketball operations.
Chicago could be the third or fourth seed, and it will face either Brooklyn or Washington in the first round.
Sadly, Derrick Rose is more Mark Prior than Michael Jordan nowadays in Chicago sports lore.
Just when we think we’ve diagnosed the Bulls, they have another dose of will in them.
Mirotic is in a great situation in Spain, but the big money will eventually be in the NBA.
After watching the Knicks allow 51 points in the third quarter, Phil Jackson had had enough.
When Phil Jackson’s not in the Knicks’ office, James Dolan still will be — and that’s the problem.
Several prominent boosters are reportedly pushing for coach Tom Crean’s exit at Indiana.