Chicago Bulls Vice President of Basketball Operations John Paxson often drafts players from brand name programs who stayed in school at least three years.
E’Twaun Moore fits that mold, as he’s the Purdue Boilermakers’ all time leader in minutes played, games started and games won. This fall, Moore will gets his chance to make the Bulls roster. It comes as a free agent signee...
John Paxson has been VP of Basketball Operations for the Chicago Bulls since 2003. Gar Forman has been Bulls General Manager since 2009. Both men made it clear with the 2014 offseason moves that were made that this roster is a make it or break it team for Chicago, and their tenure depends on it.
Chicago sports fans often have a championship or bust mindset. Despite recent...
NBA: On this Day June 20th 1993 Chicago Bulls John Paxson’s three-point shot in Game 6 of the NBA Finals helps the Chicago Bulls secure a 99-98 win over the Phoenix Suns, and their third consecutive championship.
Chicago Bulls News - Everyone and their mother knows that plan A for John Paxson and Gar Forman this summer is to find a way to get Carmelo Anthony in black and red. In addition, they would also like it if they can get Nikola Mirotic to come across the pond and suit up for the Chicago Bulls.
What if this plan falls through? What if Melo stays in New York with Phil Jackson and they...
Chicago Bulls Basketball - On Thursday, John Paxson revealed that no action would more than likely be happening for the Chicago Bulls at trade deadline next week.
We’ve got the trade deadline a week from now. You have to put yourself in the other team’s position — people don’t just give up great players. So we obviously talk and keep our eyes and ears open, but to anticipate...
The Chicago Bulls are unlikely to make a deal at the trade deadline.
Several Bulls players have been in speculation this season, including Kirk Hinrich and Carlos Boozer.
“You have to put yourself in the other team’s position,’’ John Paxson said. “People just don’t give up great players. We obviously talk and keep our eyes and ears open. But to anticipate something...
February 13, 2014
The Chicago Bulls will waive Andrew Bynum to save $20.6 million in salary and luxury tax.
The Bulls have been the most fiscally conservative big market team in the NBA throughout the past decade.
"We are confident we are going to take these resources and put them back into our team," said John Paxson.
Ownership and Gar Forman spoke with Derrick Rose about the deal and Paxson described...