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Hard Count: Urlacher answers questions from fans, Butler

In this edition of Hard Count, Brian Urlacher answers questions from fans and Bulls guard Jimmy Butler.
Via CSN Chicago
1 hour ago

Denzel Valentine a candidate for minutes at the point for Bulls

The common refrain among coaches in the first days of training camp is “this guy had an incredible summer”, a phrase Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg
Via CSN Chicago
5 hours ago

Position battles to watch for at Bulls camp

CSN's Mark Schanowski takes a look at two position battles to watch for as the Bulls prepare for their season opener in less than a month.
Via CSN Chicago
7 hours ago

Dwyane Wade continues to expand his game

Steph Curry isn’t looking for tips yet. And no one’s intimidated that he might enter the All-Star Three-Point Shootout. But Dwyane Wade’s getting his three ball warmed up and ready to go. “My game translates anywhere,” Wade told reporters after Wednesday’s second day of Bulls training camp workouts. “I’ve played with so many different players before. I’m not worried...
Via Bulls.com
14 hours ago

A Leader is Emerging from the Advocate Center at Bulls Training Camp

Halfway through week one of the 2016-17 season and a new leader is emerging from the depths of the Advocate Center.   Newly acquired point guard Rajon Rondo is taking the Chicago Bulls by storm not only with his communication on the floor, but in the locker room.   The feeling has been mutual with […] A Leader is Emerging from the Advocate Center at Bulls Training Camp - Pippen...
Via Pippen Ain't Easy
16 hours ago

Bulls Player Outlooks: Jimmy Butler

Our final player outlook of the offseason here at PAE will revolve around the face of the franchise: Jimmy Butler. Can he and the rest of the “Three Alphas” make it work in Chicago? Jimmy Butler’s first season as a “star” in the NBA didn’t exactly go according to plan. It wasn’t just that the […] Bulls Player Outlooks: Jimmy Butler - Pippen Ain't Easy - Pippen Ain...
Via Pippen Ain't Easy
18 hours ago

Bulls looking to rebound in 2016-17

The Bulls hope to rebound this season from a disappointing finish without a playoff appearance for the first time since 2008. They also hope to rebound. Which is why as training camp practices began Tuesday morning in the Advocate Center, Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg stressed that the starting positions weren’t decided. Well, maybe one or perhaps two because, well, rebounding and who...
Via Bulls.com
2 days ago

WATCH: Butler, Wade, Rondo ready for new Bulls season

Chuck Garfien visited the Bulls on media day and talked to the players about what they expect from the upcoming season.
Via CSN Chicago
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Rajon Rondo joins CSN panel during Bulls Media Day

New Bulls point guard Rajon Rondo joined the CSN crew as he talks about his role with the team, his summer and how he'll run the team's offense.
Via CSN Chicago
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bulls Media Day: Trying to sell a new culture

Who said what in the big event to kick off the Bulls 2016 training camp [Welcome to new BaB contributor Jacob Bikshorn, who’s joining us this season at BaB after being at DRosesAndThorns the past few years -yfbb] The biggest omission from our Bingo card was a reminder that the 2015-16 Chicago Bulls went 7-1 against the top two teams in the conference last season. It was uttered...
Via Blog a Bull
2 days ago

Jimmy Butler is the 13th Best Player in Basketball

Throughout the offseason, we will rank the top 50 players in the NBA. To be clear, these are the 50 best players for the 2016-17 season. Regardless of team situation, past performance or future potential. If you’re trying to win a championship in 2016-17, these are the 50 players you’d want most. Looking for the entire list? Click here. Why He’s Great: Take a look at these...
Via The Sports Post
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Rondo: ‘I guess being black is worse than being a terrorist’

Chicago Bulls point guard Rajon Rondo usually makes the news on the court or within the confines of basketball itself. He’s an enigmatic personality — one that has had his fair share of issues with coaches and teammates in the past. But he rarely speaks out about the hottest topics touching society as a whole. That changed with an Instagram post on Tuesday that showed Rondo...
Via Sportsnaut
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade thanks the city of Miami with billboard

Now a member of the Bulls, Dwyane Wade wanted Miami to know he’s appreciative of the support he received from the city during his time with the Heat. Wade may be gone, but there is a lasting image of him high above the ground in the place he called home for the first 13 years of his NBA career. A billboard can be found near Interstate 95 and Interstate 395 with Wade’s picture...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Bulls owner: We let Noah walk because he's not a 'frontline guy'

Chicago Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf explained that there was a very simple reason Joakim Noah is no longer with the team. Reinsdorf, who was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame on Friday, told K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune that the team simply didn’t see Noah as a big-time player anymore. “What we felt was it was time,” Reinsdorf said of the Bulls’ myriad...
Via Larry Brown Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Jimmy Butler and Doug McDermott Are Crushing Beach Workouts in Cabo to Get Ready for the Upcoming NBA Season

As serene a setting as the beach can sometimes be, it can also provide the backdrop to some incredibly grueling workouts. With the sand acting as a natural resistance trainer, any agility or footwork exercise is made much more difficult when performed by the ocean. Case in point? The latest workouts of Chicago Bulls teammates Jimmy Butler and Doug McDermott. RELATED: How Jimmy...
Via Stack
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Dwyane Wade: Return to Chicago ‘bigger than basketball’

Dwyane Wade says his return to his hometown of Chicago is about more than basketball. Wade appeared on “Good Morning America” on Friday, saying that he hoped his decision to join the Bulls could help unite the city in light of recent events. “My purpose for being back in the city is bigger than basketball. Basketball is a big part of it, of course; it’s what I do for a...
Via Larry Brown Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss
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