2:59 AM EST, Thu February 21, 2019
ClutchPoints 2 hours ago
Bulls coach Jim Boylen, staff ‘have not discussed’ a diminished role for Robin Lopez

Bulls coach Jim Boylen, staff ‘have not discussed’ a diminished role for Robin Lopez

The Chicago Bulls aren’t quitting on the season they still have in front of them. Head coach Jim Boylen will continue to roll with Robin Lopez in the big man spot following the All-Star break, according to K.C. Johnson of The Chicago Tribune. “We have not discussed a diminished role for (Robin Lopez) at all,” […] The post Bulls coach Jim Boylen, staff ‘have not discussed’ a diminished role for Robin Lopez appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Pippen Ain't Easy 2 hours ago

Chicago Bulls: Zion Williamson knee injury impacts draft plans?

If there is anything that keeps the Duke Blue Devils forward Zion Williamson hindered for a while with injury, do Chicago Bulls draft plans change? With the Chicago Bulls general manager Gar Forman spotted at Cameron Indoor Stadium on Feb. 20 for the Duke Blue Devils-North Carolina Tar Heels rivalry showdown, the impact felt from […] Chicago Bulls: Zion Williamson knee injury impacts draft plans? - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints 7 hours ago
Bulls news: Jim Boylen adding offensive wrinkles featuring Zach LaVine, Otto Porter Jr.

Bulls news: Jim Boylen adding offensive wrinkles featuring Zach LaVine, Otto Porter Jr.

Chicago Bulls shooting guard Zach LaVine told local reporters after practice on Wednesday that head coach Jim Boylen added some offensive wrinkles featuring him and small forward Otto Porter Jr. The Bulls acquired Porter Jr. from the Washington Wizards at the trade deadline in exchange for Jabari Parker and Bobby Portis. The swingman has played […] The post Bulls news: Jim Boylen adding offensive wrinkles featuring Zach LaVine, Otto Porter Jr. appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Pippen Ain't Easy 13 hours ago

Chicago Bulls: 3 underrated players worth keeping through summer

Who should the Chicago Bulls like to stick around entering the 2019-20 regular season when it comes to crunch time this summer? The Chicago Bulls roster could look drastically different heading into the 2019-20 regular season compared to what it leaves after the deadline. It’s always difficult to foresee what this Chicago Bulls front office […] Chicago Bulls: 3 underrated players worth keeping through summer - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Blog a Bull 13 hours ago
Cash Considerations Podcast: Bulls at the break featuring The Athletic’s Stephen Noh

Cash Considerations Podcast: Bulls at the break featuring The Athletic’s Stephen Noh

a wide-ranging convo about the Bulls at the ASB It may be the All-Star break, but there’s no break for Cash Considerations. On this episode, Ricky and Jason are joined by The Athletic’s Stephen Noh to talk all things Bulls. Stephen gives reasons why you should watch the rest of this season, and there’s plenty of chatter about Otto Porter Jr., Lauri Markkanen and the Bulls’ improved offense under Jim Boylen. They go on to hit on a variety of other topics surrounding the Bulls and their future, and Ricky also has some thoughts about Jerry Reinsdorf’s other team, the White Sox,...
Pippen Ain't Easy 16 hours ago

2019 NBA Draft: Chicago Bulls absurdly rational trading down idea

Alright, before you guys go ballistic, hear me out. Currently, the Chicago Bulls are sitting at the 4th overall slot in April’s Draft. With the first three selections, let’s take a look at who I would expect to be taken (excluding the Chicago Bulls)… First Overall to New York: Zion Williamson, F, Duke University Second […] 2019 NBA Draft: Chicago Bulls absurdly rational trading down idea - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Blog a Bull 16 hours ago
Otto Porter Jr. is helping the development of his teammates, an actually good rebuild move

Otto Porter Jr. is helping the development of his teammates, an actually good rebuild move

optimistic Bulls take from The Ringer A smart person believes in the Chicago Bulls. Over at The Ringer, Jonathan Tjarks writes that not only is the Bulls rebuild trending in the right direction, but also that the pre-trade deadline acquisition of Otto Porter Jr. was a critical move for a franchise looking for traction and stability. There was concern that Porter would be asked to do too much outside the shadow of John Wall and Bradley Beal, but instead he’s blossomed so far. Porter has averaged 22.5 points per game on 62.1/57.9/77.8 shooting splits in four games with the Chicago Bulls....
Pippen Ain't Easy 16 hours ago

Chicago Bulls: Pat Riley “regrets” letting Dwyane Wade leave Miami Heat

Although he was successful in his one season with the Chicago Bulls, the home for Dwyane Wade is with Pat Riley and the Miami Heat. When the Chicago Bulls signed future Hall-of-Fame guard Dwyane Wade in free agency back in 2016, it appeared to be a solid get that could provide a veteran voice in […] Chicago Bulls: Pat Riley “regrets” letting Dwyane Wade leave Miami Heat - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Pippen Ain't Easy 17 hours ago

Chicago Bulls: Lauri Markkanen continues Rising Stars Challenge momentum?

What does the Chicago Bulls second-year big man Lauri Markkanen need to do to continue his emergence after the Rising Stars Challenge? The 2019 version of NBA All-Star Weekend was thoroughly entertaining and refreshing compared to what we got from the previous two years. A few key adjustments and changes played well to the benefit […] Chicago Bulls: Lauri Markkanen continues Rising Stars Challenge momentum? - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints Feb 19, 2019
Former Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg focused on returning to coaching but would be interested in front office opportunity

Former Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg focused on returning to coaching but would be interested in front office opportunity

Former Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg is now looking for his second NBA head coaching opportunity after his initial stint in the “Windy City” was anything but successful. Nonetheless, Hoiberg recently made a point to note that making a return to the sideline is definitely in the cards, but might not be the only […] The post Former Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg focused on returning to coaching but would be interested in front office opportunity appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Pippen Ain't Easy Feb 19, 2019

Chicago Bulls: Players grades through the All-Star break

The NBA is currently on pause. The annual All-Star break is in full effect and teams are gearing up for the last leg of the season. How have the Chicago Bulls done thus far? It’s no secret that the NBA season is a grind. The travel schedule is tough, back-to-back games are exhausting, and sometimes […] Chicago Bulls: Players grades through the All-Star break - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints Feb 19, 2019
Zach LaVine finally getting a grasp for Bulls coach Jim Boylen after 34 games

Zach LaVine finally getting a grasp for Bulls coach Jim Boylen after 34 games

Zach LaVine is finally seeing the integration his new head coach Jim Boylen had envisioned when first taking control of the Chicago Bulls’ roster on Dec. 3 after former boss Fred Hoiberg was fired by the franchise. The young shooting guard didn’t see eye-to-eye with Boylen and his brash, old-school style of coaching — yet […] The post Zach LaVine finally getting a grasp for Bulls coach Jim Boylen after 34 games appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Hoops Habit Feb 19, 2019

Chicago Bulls: 3 big questions following 2019 NBA All-Star break

The Chicago Bulls managed just 14 wins through their first 58 games of the 2018-19 season. Here’s a look at the three biggest questions for this team following the 2019 All-Star break. In 2017-18, the Chicago Bulls finished with a 27-55 mark, which was the sixth-worst record in the NBA. Furthermore, it was the first […] Chicago Bulls: 3 big questions following 2019 NBA All-Star break - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
Pippen Ain't Easy Feb 19, 2019

2019 NBA Draft: 3 best Chicago Bulls point guard targets

Before we know it, the 2019 NBA Draft will have arrived and the Chicago Bulls will have to decide what to do with its likely lottery selection in the first round. Point guard is one of the biggest areas of positional need for the Chicago Bulls come this summer. In this list, we’re not including […] 2019 NBA Draft: 3 best Chicago Bulls point guard targets - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Pippen Ain't Easy Feb 18, 2019

Chicago Bulls: Scottie Pippen draws Anthony Davis comparison

A former Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen made his opinion known regarding the trade rumors with Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans. The trade rumors surrounding the New Orleans Pelicans star big man Anthony Davis haven’t slowed down since the start of the 2018-19 regular season. Even before the start of the current regular […] Chicago Bulls: Scottie Pippen draws Anthony Davis comparison - Pippen Aint Easy - Pippen Aint Easy - A Chicago Bulls Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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    Bulls news: Jim Boylen adding offensive wrinkles featuring Zach LaVine, Otto Porter Jr.

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    Zach LaVine

    Bulls news: Jim Boylen adding offensive wrinkles featuring Zach LaVine, Otto Porter Jr.

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    Robin Lopez

    Bulls coach Jim Boylen, staff ‘have not discussed’ a diminished role for Robin Lopez

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    Kris Dunn

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