Michael Jordan Still Owns An Impressive Playoff Stat Since 1992
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by Ernesto Cova
1h ago
(Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)   Michael Jordan hasn’t played in the NBA for over two decades. However, according to most NBA players on yearly polls, he’s still considered to be the greatest player of all time. Multiple players have attempted to challenge that status, yet Jordan’s name still stands tall among some of the most impressive marks in NBA history. As pointed out by StatMuse on Twitter, that includes the record for the most points in a single playoff run (759 in 1991). LeBron James (748 in 2018), Kawhi Leonard (732 in 2019), and Hakeem Olajuwon (725 in 1995) round out ..read more
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Insider Says Bulls Remain Hopeful In Trading Star
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by Brandon Marcus
4d ago
(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)   When the offseason began, nearly everyone expected Zach LaVine to leave the Chicago Bulls, but that hasn’t happened yet. And a new report says it might not happen at all. According to Evan Sidery, the Bulls and LaVine are “hopeful” for a trade but the market for the star has “dried out.” LaVine is owed $138 million over the next three years, which is a scary number for other teams. “Unless Chicago reaches desperate levels to move LaVine, this might be a relationship both sides must begrudgingly continue into the season,” Sidery said. The Bulls and ..read more
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Details Emerge About Bulls’ Plans With Zach LaVine
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by Andrew Elmquist
5d ago
(Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)   The last few years haven’t gone as well as the Chicago Bulls might have hoped. They have added some marquee talent to their roster to try and make a deep postseason run, but unfortunately for them, that has not been the case. The Bulls did make the playoffs in the 2021-2022 season, but before that, their last playoff appearance was during the 2016-2017 campaign. With this in mind, the Bulls are seemingly trying to reset their roster, hoping to build for the future with young players, rather than holding on to their veterans. The team made this abunda ..read more
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Analyst Says NBA East Team Needs To Rethink Their Roster Plans
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by Ernesto Cova
1w ago
(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)   The Chicago Bulls seem to be transitioning towards a rebuild and a new era. Nonetheless, they can’t do things half-heartedly, as that kind of approach rarely works out in this league. At least, that’s how NBA analyst Joe Cowley feels about them. Talking to Brian Geltzeiler on SiriusXM NBA Radio, Cowley claimed that the Bulls are walking a fine line right now. “They’re really on a fine line of what they’re trying to do.”@JCowleyHoops tells @BGeltzNBA and @SamMitchellNBA Chicago's management may need to rethink their roster plans. pic.twitter.com/8pSB ..read more
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Report: Spurs Are Emerging As A Team To Help Facilitate DeMar DeRozan Trade
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by Ernesto Cova
1w ago
(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)   The Chicago Bulls are on the verge of a rebuild, meaning they have no more use for DeMar DeRozan. The former All-Star can still be a major contributor to a playoff-caliber team, but the Bulls aren’t even close to that at the moment. With that in mind, the Sacramento Kings could look to lure him back to his home state, making him their starting shooting guard for years to come. Of course, the Kings will need the Bulls to play ball with them and do a sign-and-trade to facilitate this transaction, but they could need a third team to enter the scene a ..read more
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DeMar DeRozan Continues To Be Linked To West Team
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by Brandon Marcus
1w ago
(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)   It’s not clear where he is heading but DeMar DeRozan is probably leaving the Chicago Bulls. Many players have already moved around the league over the last few days but DeRozan remains with the Bulls, at least for now. But according to Barry Jackson, a couple of Western Conference teams are in conversation with Chicago about acquiring DeRozan. Jackson reported that the Sacramento Kings have spoken with the Bulls about a DeRozan sign and trade deal. Additionally, the San Antonio Spurs are also a possibility when it comes to a new home for the six-t ..read more
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Bulls Are Being Linked To Kings Veteran
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by Ernesto Cova
1w ago
(Photo by Tim Bradbury/Getty Images)   It’s the dawn of a new era for the Chicago Bulls. Following years of struggles and not competing at the highest level, the front office has finally come to terms with the decision to go in a different direction and rebuild. That means they’re not likely to keep DeMar DeRozan and almost every player on their roster should be available. Likewise, they could also target young players who fit their system and timeline, and they might be involved in several trade rumors throughout the course of the offseason and even the season. With that in mind, Bulls i ..read more
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Analyst Notes Big Missed Opportunity By Bulls’ Front Office
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by Ernesto Cova
1w ago
(Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)   The Chicago Bulls are finally entering rebuilding mode. And while it’s always better late than never, this was long overdue, and they were the last ones to realize that. For years, analysts and fans have urged the team to just pull the plug and start from scratch. They were clearly not good enough to compete, but they still had some valuable players who they could’ve turned into assets, and they chose not to do so. With that in mind, Evan Sidery of Forbes Sports called them out for the way they handled their assets last season. The Bulls had the ..read more
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Video Shows Lonzo Ball Back On The Court
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by Robert Marvi
1w ago
(Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)   A couple of seasons ago, it looked like the Chicago Bulls were emerging as contenders, but they quickly fell from grace, and they have missed the playoffs in each of the last two years. A big reason for their disintegration has been the meniscus injury guard Lonzo Ball suffered midway through the 2021-22 campaign that has prevented him from playing ever since. Ball has picked up his player option for the 2024-25 season, and he’s apparently working to attempt a return soon, as he was seen working on his basketball skills in the gym, per NBACentral. L ..read more
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Insider Reveals DeMar DeRozan’s Potential Plans In Free Agency
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by Brandon Marcus
1w ago
(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)   DeMar DeRozan has been with the Chicago Bulls for a few years but he may have played his last game for the historic team. Many reports say that DeRozan could be headed for the exits, although it’s not clear where he will go next. According to Adrian Wojnarowski, per Legion Hoops, DeRozan might sign a one-year deal with a team in order to enter free agency in 2025 when more teams have cap space. So he could sign a short-term deal to have better luck in the future. REPORT: DeMar DeRozan may sign a 1-year deal with a team in order to enter free agenc ..read more
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