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The Chicago Bulls (20th pick) and Cleveland Cavaliers (19th pick) have reportedly offered their 1st round picks to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Thomas Robinson. Should the Bulls get the forward who was last year’s No. 5 pick, they intend to use him in an additional deal.
The Rockets are trying to move Robinson to clear more cap space in order to offer Dwight Howard a max contract in free agency.
According to Marc Stein of ESPN.com:
Thomas Robinson to Cavs for No. 19 pick. Thomas Robinson to Bulls for No. 20. Word is both of those scenarios are on table for Rockets.
Follow-up trade rumble: Bulls intend to flip Thomas Robinson in subsequent (or connected) deal if they take him from Rockets for No. 20 pick
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A rumor surfaced earlier this week stating that the Chicago Bulls had exploratory discussions with the Washing Wizards about acquiring the 3rd overall pick in Thursday’s 2013 NBA Draft for All-Star forward Luol Deng. On paper, this seems like a terrible move considering the Bulls are a championship caliber team when healthy. Yet they haven’t been totally healthy over the past...
The Houston Rockets are reportedly closing in on a deal that will rid them of Thomas Robinson in an effort to make room to offer Dwight Howard a max deal in free agency. It is unknown what team the Rockets are in talks with, however, the Cavaliers and Bulls are reported to have shown interest.
According to the Houston Chronicle:
The Rockets are in advanced talks on a cap-clearing...
The Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs and Chicago Bulls are three teams talking to the Houston Rockets about trading Thomas Robinson. According to Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle, talks have intensified to the point that a deal might be "imminent." What the Rockets are asking for in return is pretty simple.
The Rockets would want to move Robinson...
The Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly one of a few teams who are interested in acquiring Houston Rockets forward Thomas Robinson. Jonathan Feigan of the Houston Chronicle reports that the Rockets are looking to clear salary, presumably in attempt to sign free agent center Dwight Howard, and that a salary cap-clearing trade involving Robinson is “imminent.”
“There are 16 teams...
Joakim Noah believes his Bulls will be the team to beat the Heat and end their championship streak next season.
According to USA Today’s For The Win:
“At first I said I didn’t care, but I was lying to myself,” Noah told For The Win at The Steve Nash Foundation Showdown in New York City Wednesday night. “I was driving in my car and I just didn’t feel good about it at all...
The Chicago Bulls have begun contract extension talks with Luol Deng.
Deng has one season and $14.3 million remaining on his contract.
Deng's agent had talks with the Bulls after their elimination from the playoffs and plan on resuming discussions in the near future.
The Bulls are conscious of how their roster will be constructed in relation to the luxury tax.
According to a report by Ben Golliver of SB Nation via Mike Mcgraw of the Daily Herald, Portland Trailblazers power forward LaMarcus Aldrige, wants to be traded to the Chicago Bulls, where he would have an opportunity to contend.
Word is, Aldridge wants to escape from Portland’s rebuilding project and has made it known that he’d like to land in Chicago.
Deng for Aldridge...
Carlos Boozer seems to be greatly enjoying the leisure and relaxation that comes with the NBA offseason. The veteran forward posted this photo to his Instagram today, and it would appear that he got photobombed by the Chris Bosh of dolphins.
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Former Florida superstar Joakim Noah sounded off about the Heat winning the 2013 NBA title instead of his Chicago Bulls.
Carlos Boozer just happened to get photobombed by a dolphin while cruising on his yacht in Miami on Wednesday – talk about perfect timing:
via @mrcbooz on Instagram
The Chicago Bulls have been scouting center and shooting guard prospects during the NBA Pre-Draft Combine in Chicago. However, the bulls draft targets should’t include a big man. They’ve positioned themselves to potentially land an impact rotational player, that can play alongside Derrick Rose in the backcourt.
The Bulls don’t have the salary cap space to sign an effective...
The Miami Heat are fresh off winning their second consecutive championship and that isn't sitting well with Chicago Bulls forward Joakim Noah.“At first I said I didn’t care, but I was lying to myself,” Noah told For The Win at The Steve Nash Foundation Showdown in New York City Wednesday night. “I was driving in my car and I just didn’t feel good about it at all after...
New details have emerged regarding the weekend altercation between
former Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen and an autograph-seeker.