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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 for 2012-13. Korver fills the Hawks' traded-player exception slot created by dealing Joe Johnson to the Nets, which guarantees the Bulls a second-round pick (via Minnesota) in return. Hinrich played for the Hawks last season and could be included in the deal as part of a sign-and-trade agreement. Otherwise, he's committed to sign with the Bulls as an unrestricted free agent. If he first signs with the Hawks, the Bulls could retain their $3 million mini midlevel exception. Korver, 31, averaged 9.5 points per game in his first nine seasons, including the past two with the Bulls. He's a care...
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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...
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...
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 [...]
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, [...]
The Atlanta Hawks signed former Philadelphia 76ers guard Lou Williams to a multi-year contract Thursday.
Williams, who has played his entire seven-year career with Philadelphia, grew up 25 miles northeast of Atlanta in Snellville, Ga.
Financial terms of Williams' deal were not announced by the Hawks.
Williams, 25, has career averages of 11.3 points, 3.0 assists, and 2.0 rebounds...
Today was the day that the National Basketball Association franchises could make their official offers with the players they had been talking to. One of them was former North Carolina Basketball player Jerry Stackhouse. The 17 year veteran, who spent most last year coming off the bench for the Atlanta Hawks while averaging 3.6 points per game, has signed a one year deal worth $ 1...