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A healthy Chicago Bulls team could make a lot of noise in the Eastern Conference playoffs as a unit. The problem is that the Bulls have rarely played together as a unit during the playoffs the past two seasons.
That enticing thought of a fully loaded Bulls team competing together might keep Luol Deng in Chicago a little bit longer. The Sun Times is reporting that Bulls GM Gar Foreman said the team has no plans to move Deng.
Foreman also hinted that the organization could talk extension with Deng as well.
“Well, we love Luol,’’ Forman, who arrived into Vegas on Monday to watch Summer League play, said. “We see Luol as a valuable member of this team moving forward, so the window is open to talk about an extension. We’ve had some conversations. Whether something gets done, I don’t know. But whether it’s this summer or next summer, those are conversations we’ll continue to have….
“I mean our goal has been to bring this group back, and I know [Deng’s] name was floated out there [in trade
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Brian Scalabrine seems to be enjoying his retirement just fine. The latest and greatest from the ‘White Mamba’ involves his appearance at a minor league baseball game during the Red Sox-affiliated Lowell Spinners’ Irish Night. During his appearance he naturally wrestled a little person dressed as leprechaun. Carry on. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Finally, some clarity.
Not just speculation or offseason rumors, but some good old fashioned, here’s-the-plan talk from Bulls general manager Gar Forman.
A plan that will include All-Star forward Luol Deng staying put for at least one more season.
“Well, we love Luol,’’ Forman, who arrived into Vegas on Monday to watch Summer League play, said. “We see Luol as a valuable...
Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls visited Madrid, Spain where he coached a basketball skills clinic with over 300 kids at Campus Gigantes del Basket. Following the clinic Rose surprised fans by visiting the adidas Store at El Corte Ingles where he spoke with fans and signed autographs.
The following day adidas hosted a basketball event at Canal de Isabel II Sports Centre where...
Jimmy Butler had a breakout series in the playoffs against the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference semifinals, but that was the last thing the Chicago Bulls forward wanted to talk about when LBS caught up with him at the Bear Trap Entertainment All-Star Celebrity Kickoff Party at the Playboy Mansion on Monday night. The [...]
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Derrick Rose says he is healthy, and ready to come back. As in, to play actual basketball.
"I should be able to play in the first game of season," Rose said. "I know I'm anxious right now to play. My health is everything right now, it's 100 percent. But right...
The Chicago Bulls beat the Portland Trail Blazers by a final score of 80-78 in Summer League play on Tuesday.
Tony Snell led the Bulls with 14 points, six rebounds and four assists. Marquis Teague scored 25 points on 7-for-14 shooting and 8-for-12 from the line.
C.J. McCollum led the Blazers with 27 points and six rebounds, while Thomas Robinson had 12 points and 18 rebounds.
The Chicago Bulls defeated the Denver Nuggets by a final score of 93-81 in Summer League play on Monday.
Andrew Goudelock had 31 points on 10-for-13 shooting, while Malcolm Thomas had 13 points and 22 rebounds.
Evan Fournier led the Nuggets with 20 points.
Over the next week, we are going to turn back the clock and reexamine the Summer of LeBron by attempting to figure out what would have happened had he signed with a different team in 2010. As he met with five teams besides Miami, we are going to look at all five. Today’s Part 4: the Chicago Bulls.
Part 1: Los Angeles Clippers
Part 2: New Jersey/Brooklyn Nets
Part 3: New York Knicks...
Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose expects to be ready to play in the opening game of the 2013-14 NBA season, reports HoopsHype.com. “I should be able to play in the first game of season,” Rose said. “I know I’m anxious right now to play. My health is everything right now, it’s 100