Bulls' Trade Of Nikola Mirotic 'Consistent With The Direction' Of RebuildThe Bulls received a first-round pick from the Pelicans, one that's likely to convey this summer.
Bulls, Pelicans Continuing Discussions On A Niko Mirotic TradeThe Bulls are seeking a first-round pick.
Watch: Taj Gibson Posterizes Old Buddy Omer AsikOld friends met at the rim. One came away a winner.
Rockets Surge Past Bulls 120-97Omer Asik enjoyed his trip back to Chicago. And he got help from James Harden and Jeremy Lin.
Bernstein: Did Bulls Make Wrong Call On Asik?Get a load of what this idiot said in July, when the Bulls were deciding whether or not to match the Houston Rockets’ offer to backup center Omer Asik.
Bulls Won't Match Asik's OfferAccording to a report, the Bulls will announce they have declined to match Omer Asik's three-year, $25.1 million offer sheet from the Rockets.
Rockets Officially Sign Asik To Offer Sheet; Bulls Have 3 Days To Match No surprises here: the Houston Rockets have signed restricted free agent Omer Asik to an offer sheet worth $25.1 million over three years.
Report: Bulls Pursuing Milicic The Bulls are one of several teams interested in former Timberwolves center Darko Milicic, several news outlets have reported.
Bernstein: Matching Asik Would Send Bad MessageSome 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.
Bernstein: I Hate The HeatThis hellacious, Saharan furnace attacking Chicago has roasted any attempt to crystallize a compelling thought about sports, turning them into some kind of burned, twisted, pointless gristle.
Bulls Mum On Asik's Offer From RocketsThe Rockets can't officially sign Omer Asik to the 3-year deal worth roughly $25 million until July 11.
Rockets, Asik Agree To Terms On 3-year Deal Chicago Bulls restricted free-agent center Omer Asik has agreed to a three-year, $25 million deal with the Houston Rockets, according to a person with direct knowledge of the deal.
Thunder Stomp Bulls, 1 Game Back For Best RecordRussell Westbrook scored 27 points, Kevin Durant added 26 points and 10 rebounds and the Oklahoma City Thunder used a dominating third quarter to beat Chicago 92-78 on Sunday and move within a game of the Bulls in the race for the NBA's best record.
Bernstein: Stacey King Needs To Pull BackStacey King’s TV analysis of Bulls games is zooming over the water toward the ramp, as onlookers crowd the beachfront.
Bernstein: These Bulls Look FamiliarThere will be plenty of success for the Bulls, but those pleasant surprises – the kind that made last season so special – will have to wait.