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Chicago Tribune Feb 23, 2017

Bulls' odd deal suggests Jimmy Butler trade delayed, not necessarily denied

Once your blood pressure drops back to normal, Bulls fans, realize the team not trading Jimmy Butler now to start a necessary rebuild hardly means it won't trade him later. The Bulls deserve your doubt and have earned every ounce of skepticism but reserve your rancor for June 23, the day after...
Peachtree Hoops Feb 23, 2017
Atlanta Hawks made “aggressive” trade offers for Paul George and Jimmy Butler, per report

Atlanta Hawks made “aggressive” trade offers for Paul George and Jimmy Butler, per report

It ended up being a relatively quiet deadline but it reportedly wasn’t for a lack of trying. The Atlanta Hawks picked up a bench upgrade in Ersan Ilyasova at the 2017 NBA trade deadline and, as a result, the team is in better shape for the stretch run than it was one week ago. However, that relatively quiet trade deadline showing reportedly wasn’t because the Hawks weren’t aiming high. Marc Stein of ESPN brings word that the Hawks made “aggressive” trade offers to the Indiana Pacers and Boston Celtics for Paul George and Jimmy Butler, respectively. The Atlanta Hawks made...
Blog a Bull Feb 23, 2017
The Bulls and Celtics could not work out a Jimmy Butler deal

The Bulls and Celtics could not work out a Jimmy Butler deal

both sides leaking to make themselves look good So the trade deadline has passed, and while the Bulls made a significant trade for once, they did not deal Jimmy Butler. Leaks are coming out all over in the postmortem. It’s tough to know what to believe. First, let’s laugh at Boston. They not only didn’t get Butler or Paul George, they didn’t make a single move. This is the look of a guy who played things PERFECTLY. Danny Ainge : "Nothing was good enough for us to do." #Celtics pic.twitter.com/w2TsqRMrUB— gary washburn (@GwashburnGlobe) February 23, 2017 Now the question is...
Pippen Aint Easy Feb 24, 2017

Chicago Bulls Blurbs: Trade Deadline Aftermath

The trade deadline has come and gone, with the Chicago Bulls making one perplexing move. Jimmy Butler is still in a Bulls uniform, but the roster surrounding him has become worse. Will the front office ever hold itself accountable? On Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m. Eastern, the NBA trade deadline officially came to a close. […] Chicago Bulls Blurbs: Trade Deadline Aftermath - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Pippen Aint Easy Feb 26, 2017

Chicago Bulls at Cleveland Cavaliers Takeaways: Another One

The Chicago Bulls have won their second straight game since the deadline trade, third this season against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and fourth in a row overall. Jimmy Butler led the way with a triple-double, Dwyane Wade just missed his, and Cameron Payne made his Bulls debut. The Bulls marched into Cleveland to play their second […] Chicago Bulls at Cleveland Cavaliers Takeaways: Another One - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Chicago Bulls New Player Profile: Anthony Morrow

The Chicago Bulls made a move at the trade deadline. No, it wasn’t moving Jimmy Butler and it wasn’t acquiring Jahlil Okafor. They sent out Taj Gibson and Doug McDermott, along with a pick, for Cameron Payne, Anthony Morrow, and Joffrey Lauvergne. This is the first real roster movement of any kind by the Chicago […] Chicago Bulls New Player Profile: Anthony Morrow - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Chicago Tribune Feb 24, 2017

Jimmy Butler on Bulls' direction: 'I just want to win'

Jimmy Butler on the direction of the Bulls after the deadline trade on Feb. 24, 2017. (K.C. Johnson/Chicago Tribune)
Akron Beacon Journal Feb 25, 2017
Bulls 117, Cavaliers 99: No LeBron, no victory as Cavs fall to Jimmy Butler-led Bulls

Bulls 117, Cavaliers 99: No LeBron, no victory as Cavs fall to Jimmy Butler-led Bulls

CLEVELAND: Sooner or later, the Cavaliers will make the psychological breakthrough of winning a game without their leader, LeBron James.As the numbers of futility mount, the task could seem more daunting with every loss.But with James sitting out Saturday’s nationally televised game because of what ABC reported as strep throat, there were reasons to feel positive.Coming in, the Cavs boasted an 8-1 record in February and were the winners of four consecutive games. They acquired 3-point sharpshooter Kyle Korver in a January trade and are on the verge of signing ex-Dallas Maverick Deron...

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