Derrick Rose, Jimmy Butler, Mike Dunleavy, Pau Gasol and Joakim Noah got the nod Tuesday.
From Butler’s contract to minutes restrictions to Noah’s knee, there was plenty to talk about Monday.
As the Bulls get ready to open up training camp for the 2014/15 season it is not farfetched to say that this might be their most talented roster since the Michael Jordan era.
Mohammed will likely serve as Chicago’s fifth big man.
Derrick Rose’s apathy toward Carmelo Anthony means the pressure is on to be the man.
It’s not about the rift between Rose and the Bulls. It’s about the impact on the court.
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’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.
The Chicago Bulls have signed veteran big man Pau Gasol, the center tweeted Saturday.
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.
Everyone waits impatiently.
It appears the New York stage and superior money has won Carmelo Anthony over.
Pau Gasol is Plan B for the Bulls if they don’t get Carmelo Anthony.
The Bulls are in serious talks to bring Spanish League star NIkola Mirotic to Chicago.