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Chicago Bulls: Zach LaVine has highest expectations of career for 2019-20

Two players will have the bulk of the expectations for this Chicago Bulls team falling on their shoulders this season, including SG Zach LaVine. The Chicago Bulls have a much more loaded roster than the past two seasons under first-year official head coach Jim Boylen. But the Bulls need to rely on their...

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21 hours ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

Cash Considerations Pod: Wendell Carter Jr.

all things Wendell On the latest episode of Cash Considerations, Jason and Ricky continue their deep dives on the Bulls’ core players with a look at Wendell Carter Jr. We look back at Carter’s injury-shortened first season and discuss the need to let his offensive game blossom after he was mostly limited...

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22 hours ago, Blog a Bull, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: Can Derrick Rose follow the Shaun Livingston mold?

Shaun Livingston recently announced his retirement from the NBA. Can former Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose follow his successful path? NBA history is riddled with devastating injuries to star players. It’s the most disappointing part of the sport, but it’s the reality that we live in. One...

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1 day ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: Preparing the perfect preseason plan

Chicago Bulls fans are likely growing anxious with the NBA preseason two weeks away. After a solid offseason, what else can be done ahead of the 2019 season? We are fast approaching the start to another NBA season and the Chicago Bulls are looking to turn the franchise’s recent fortunes around....

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2 days ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: Can Zach LaVine go to the next level?

Chicago Bulls shooting guard Zach LaVine is ready to take the next jump in his career. After a breakout season in 2018 where he had his best year from a production standpoint, LaVine is now looking to translate this production into team wins. What factors can play into him becoming one of the best players...

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2 days ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

New Bull Tomas Satoransky lit it up in the FIBA World Cup

Photo by Yifan Ding/Getty Images Satoransky good, Felicio bad, some former Bulls in there too There has technically been Chicago Bulls basketball going on over the last month, as FIBA World Cup action has been playing out since Aug. 31. The Bulls had no players on Team USA after Thad Young was cut...

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3 days ago, Blog a Bull, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: 3 players that should’ve made Team USA for FIBA World Cup

Which of the many young and talented players for the Chicago Bulls would’ve made a big difference for Team USA in the FIBA World Cup? The showing for the United States at the 2019 edition of the FIBA World Cup in China was less than stellar. Team USA broke their lengthy undefeated streak in actual...

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3 days ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: 4 slow period trade package ideas

The Chicago Bulls have around one month remaining before the start of the upcoming regular season to round out the final roster. The dead period of the NBA offseason officially arrived with the beginning of the month of August. AAU, college basketball, the playoffs, and free agency are all in the rear...

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3 days ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: 3 teams that could have ruined Scottie Pippen’s prediction

Chicago Bulls great Scottie Pippen recently commented that the team could have won at least two more championships if they had stayed together. Let’s take a look and see if that was probable. The Chicago Bulls of the nineties were considered one of the best if not the best team in NBA history....

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4 days ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: 3 bold predictions for 2019-20 NBA season

A look at three bold predictions for the Chicago Bulls from the upcoming 2019-20 NBA season. To say that Chicago Bulls and their fans have had more than their fair share of painful moments over the past few seasons would be an understatement. Thanks in part to injuries, it has been difficult to...

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5 days ago, Hoops Habit, Chicago Bulls

Wendell Carter to be a leader for the Bulls' defense

Bulls second-year center Wendell Carter will be the foundation of the team’s defense, Mark Strotman of NBC Sports Chicago writes. Carter will do most of the dirty work, along with being used as an offensive facilitator. The Bulls will rely on him for shot-blocking as well as to mask some of his teammates’...

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5 days ago, Yardbarker, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: 4 factors that will determine if Kris Dunn stays a Bull

The Chicago Bulls are currently carrying six players that can log minutes at point guard. The assumption is Kris Dunn won’t stick with the team. Let’s look at 4 ways Dunn can still win over his coach and management. It is no secret that the Chicago Bulls were high on Kris Dunn when he was...

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6 days ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

Former Chicago Bulls: Kirk Hinrich eligible for 2020 Hall-of-Fame induction

A weird name was added to the Hall-of-Fame induction list for 2020 who is a notable former Chicago Bulls point guard Kirk Hinrich. An interesting consideration to most NBA fans would be the former Chicago Bulls lottery pick and point guard Kirk Hinrich. A long time member of the Bulls for just over a...

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6 days ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: Tomas Satoransky’s Strong FIBA a good sign

Team USA’s FIBA World Cup ended Wednesday as did the Czech Republic’s. But Tomas Satoransky’s strong tournament bodes well for the Chicago Bulls. When the Chicago Bulls signed Tomas Satoransky over the summer it was generally met with approval. Whether he starts or comes off the bench...

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1 week ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

Bulls, Justin Simon Agree To Exhibit 10 Deal

Bulls, Justin Simon Agree To Exhibit 10 Deal

Justin Simon, who played his collegiate ball at St. John’s, will sign an Exhibit 10 contract with the Bulls, Adam Zagoria of ZagsBlog reports. Simon entered the 2019 draft but was no selected. The 6’5″ guard played for Chicago’s Summer League team in Las Vegas, scoring 6.8...

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1 week ago, SLAM Magazine, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls: Greatest moments in franchise history summed up

Chicago Bulls fans have been privileged to witness some famous moments in their teams rich history. Which of these moments will live on forever in NBA folklore? The Shot – Game five, 1989 Eastern Conference first round Chicago Bulls v Cleveland Cavaliers Michael Jordan’s buzzer beating series...

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1 week ago, Pippen Ain't Easy, Chicago Bulls

Sept. 12, 1984: The ?signs his first contract with the Bulls.

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1 week ago, ESPN, Chicago Bulls

Scouting the Enemy: Chicago Bulls

Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports Can the young Bulls take a leap this year? Over the next several weeks, we’re going to be “scouting the enemy,” as we’ll be covering the outlook for the 29 other teams in the league ahead of the 2019-2020 season. Chicago Bulls Former Grizzlies: None Offseason in Review The...

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1 week ago, Grizzly Bear Blues, Memphis Grizzlies, Chicago Bulls

Cash Considerations Pod: Otto Porter Jr.

plus a little Sato and Jimbo Cash Considerations is back, and on this week’s episode Jason and Ricky continue the offseason series look at the Chicago Bulls’ core players. After a brief discussion about Tomas Satoransky and Jim Boylen’s recent comments about Sato, which included a shot at Jabari Parker,...

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1 week ago, Blog a Bull, Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls 2019-20 NBA Season Preview

Did the Chicago Bulls do enough this offseason to turn the corner in a now wide-open Eastern Conference? Basketball Insiders takes a look at the Chicago Bulls in this 2019-20 NBA Season Preview.

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1 week ago, Basketball Insiders, Chicago Bulls

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