The Chicago Bulls have waived shooting guard Rip Hamilton, according to a team release.
Somebody has to do something to make the coach understand that the goal of the regular season is not to pile up wear and tear on a team’s most important veteran players.
It’s not easy to watch a team in the process of waiting.
Some say that uncertainty regarding Noah’s badly-sprained ankle could be influencing the desire to keep Asik, which makes no sense in any larger context.
Hamilton will make his Turner Sports analyst debut at 6:30 p.m. CT on Wednesday.
What’s the point of playing 66 games with postseason determination if that doesn’t continue into the actual playoffs?
No need to be too concerned about the outcome, really, since one made free-throw at the end of regulation flips the script.
Bulls guard Richard “Rip” Hamilton returned to the lineup for the first time since injuring his right shoulder on March 5.
Derrick Rose continues to be listed as a game-time decision, which means he wont play for a while.
The Bulls have committed a great deal of money to the shooting guard and may be stuck with a bad deal.
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.
This may be simply because I watch so many Bulls games on DVR, but I’m itching to fast-forward to the playoffs. Push a button, blur it by, and get on with it.
It looks like Richard Hamilton won’t get to show off his new home to his former team.
There will be plenty of success for the Bulls, but those pleasant surprises – the kind that made last season so special – will have to wait.
The Bulls have signed free agent guard Richard “Rip” Hamilton, after he cleared waivers following his release from the Detroit Pistons.
Richard “Rip” Hamilton could be a member of the Bulls shortly. Hamilton has already been officially released by the Pistons and is in the process of going through waivers. If, or when, he passes through the waivers, the Bulls will be ready with a 2 year contract for the veteran shooting guard.
Chicago Bulls general manager Gar Forman had little to say about Richard Hamilton and Dwight Howard.
The Bulls have been chasing guard Rip Hamilton for almost 2 years and it looks like they will soon land him. Hamilton is in the process of being waived by the Detroit Pistons. Once that becomes official he would then have to pass through waivers which looks to be a formaility. Then the Bulls will sign him to a deal that sources are calling $10 million over 2 years.