The Chicago native was drafted 42nd by the Los Angeles Lakers in 2009 and then traded to the Miami Heat but decided to play in Europe. Since 2008 he has played overseas, most recently for Russia’s Spartak St. Petersburg, where he earned 2012 All-Eurocup First Team and 2012 Eurocup MVP. He averaged 13.3 points, 3.7 assists, 4.1 rebounds, and 1.9 steals in 16 Eurocup games. He’s admired for his quick first step with the ability to finish in traffic, long defensive stature despite his 6’1 height, and his signature floater. His ability to create his own shot and be a defensive stopper would be of great value to the Bulls should they decide to give him an offer.
I know, I know all you want to see is how this kid has earned the right to be compared to DRose oversea’s – so here you go, definitely check out these Pat Beverley highlights:
Derrick Rose’s brother isn’t a doctor, he possibly stayed in a Holiday Inn Express last night, so this should be encouraging news for Bulls fan. Unless Rose can be cleared to play before the All-Star game next year, I would just shut him down for the entire season to make sure he is completely healthy, [...]
Jimmy Butler recently sat down with Adam Fluck of Bulls.com (good read!) to talk about his excitement for the upcoming Vegas Summer League next week that he has been diligently preparing for – and of course Fluck was able to squeeze in a question about this summer’s biggest mystery, Derrick Rose, one of Butler’s closest teammates who he sees daily at the Berto:
In the days leading up to April 28, Chicago Bulls fans were clamoring excitedly about the upcoming playoffs. It was as if everyone were standing in line at an amusement park waiting to get onto a brand new roller coaster that promised to deliver on all fronts. The regular season ended and we all got [...]
The Bulls have agreed to inform Kyle Korver on Sunday as to whether or not they will pick up his option for the 2012-2013 season. Until then the Bulls are reportedly exploring trades that would send the 3-point specialist to Atlanta or Minnesota.
Per the Chicago Sun-Times: “A different source said the Bulls were exploring sign-and-trade possibilities that could send Kyle Korver...
The Bulls traded Kyle Korver to the Atlanta Hawks, putting them one step closer to bringing back veteran guard Kirk Hinrich, the Chicago Tribune reported. The Bulls had talks with Portland and Minnesota break down but wanted to move Korver to avoid paying a $500,000 buyout that would have been triggered Sunday, the deadline for the team to decline a $5 million option on Korver...
According to KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Bulls have traded Kyle Korver to the Atlanta Hawks. Could be a sign-and-trade deal with Kirk Hinrich which would free up the Mini Mid-Level Exception. Chicago had planned to use the MMLE on Hinrich, and if a sign-and-trade is used, it will give them the ability to use it on another free agent. Either way, Bulls wanted...
The Chicago Bulls knew they wouldn't be able to make a big splash in free agency this summer, so they brought back an old favorite. The first player to agree to terms in July was veteran guard Kirk Hinrich, who spent seven seasons with the Bulls from 2003-10. He was traded to the Washington Wizards in what amounted to a salary dump so the Bulls would have enough money to pursue...
Of course teams are waiting for Korver to pass the physical, but seems the trade to Atlanta is imminent. It could be a sign-and trade involving Kirk Hinrich via K.C. Johnson. Pending passed physical, Bulls have traded Kyle Korver to Atlanta. Could be sign-and-trade w/Hinrich. Details soon at http://chicagotribune.com . Kyle Korver has a career aver of 41% [...]
Will the Chicago Bulls lineup have less “hot sauce” and more sour cream next season? It was expected that sharpshooter Kyle Korver would be dealt out of Chicago this year.
Pending a physical, the Bulls traded two guard Kyle Korver to the Atlanta Hawks Friday, according to the Chicago Tribune’s K.C. Johnson.
The Trib scribe reports that the trade “is via Minnesota into Atlanta’s...
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