CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago Bulls say they have signed forward Mike Dunleavy Jr. and backup guard Aaron Brooks. The deals were announced Tuesday. Both players reached agreements before the league's signing moratorium ended last week. Dunleavy, who turns 35 in September, got a three-year, $14 million contract. He averaged 9.4 points in 63 games - all starts - and shot 41 percent from...
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(Source: Jason Miller/Getty Images North America) By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff.. Contract: 3 seasons, 15 million dollars With all of the hilariously big contracts being given to role players, the Chicago Bulls were able to sign a starter and a big part of their rotation, Mike Dunleavy Jr. for just 5 million per season. This is an excellent contract for the...
So much for that. Yesterday, reports emerged suggesting that the Cavaliers (and LeBron James) were interested in acquiring sharpshooting small forward Mike Dunleavy. Today, Dunleavy has reportedly signed a three-year deal to stay in Chicago. Mike Dunleavy Jr., has agreed to a three-year, $14.4 million deal with the Chicago Bulls, league sources tell Yahoo Sports. — Adrian Wojnarowski...
Much of the country spent Thursday evening watching the NFL Draft. During game six between the Bulls and Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo made a hit that resembles one you would see on a football field. As a result, Antetokounmpo was assessed a Flagrant 2 foul and ejected from the game. After making a three-pointer late in...Read More
In the offseason, the Chicago Bulls signed Mike Dunleavy Jr. to help spread the floor and provide outside shooting for a Derrick Rose-centric offense. With Rose now out for the season, Dunleavy has had to take on a larger role handling the ball and creating offense for the Bulls. Expectations for Dunleavy were pretty high coming into the season, given the success of the men he was...
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