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Report: Bulls could hire multiple people to work under John Paxson, Michael Reinsdorf

Report: Bulls could hire multiple people to work under John Paxson, Michael Reinsdorf

The Chicago Bulls could hire multiple people to work under vice president John Paxson and COO Michael Reinsdorf, according to Joe Cowley of the Chicago-Sun Times. The Bulls are expected to reassign general manager Gar Forman after the season ends. They used the All-Star break to begin the legwork on the upcoming restructuring of their […] The post Report: Bulls could hire multiple people to work under John Paxson, Michael Reinsdorf appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints 2 hours ago
Bulls’ Lauri Markkanen reacts to Zach LaVine’s infamous ‘First Take’ appearance

Bulls’ Lauri Markkanen reacts to Zach LaVine’s infamous ‘First Take’ appearance

Chicago Bulls shooting guard Zach LaVine was a guest on ESPN’s First Take last Friday and things got a little awkward for the high-flyer, something his teammate Lauri Markkanen is aware of. Bulls fans started chanting, “FireGarPax” when LaVine was asked a question about whether he trusts Bulls VP John Paxson to build a winner in Chicago. […] The post Bulls’ Lauri Markkanen reacts to Zach LaVine’s infamous ‘First Take’ appearance appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints 22 hours ago
Bulls’ Wendell Carter Jr. expects to play Thursday, but not ready to commit yet

Bulls’ Wendell Carter Jr. expects to play Thursday, but not ready to commit yet

Chicago Bulls second-year center Wendell Carter Jr. has been out since Jan. 6 due to a sprained ankle. He injured his foot when he landed on the foot of Dallas Mavericks big man Dwight Powell. Carter is hoping to play for the Bulls on Thursday against the Charlotte Hornets, but he can’t make any promises: Wendell Carter says […] The post Bulls’ Wendell Carter Jr. expects to play Thursday, but not ready to commit yet appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints 22 hours ago
Joakim Noah believes Bulls would have won 2012 title if not for injuries

Joakim Noah believes Bulls would have won 2012 title if not for injuries

Believe it or not, the Chicago Bulls were once a top contender in the Eastern Conference in the not-too-distant past. Led by NBA MVP point guard Derrick Rose, with a frontcourt anchored by Defensive Player of the Year center Joakim Noah, the Windy City franchise went to five consecutive postseasons under head coach Tom Thibodeau. […] The post Joakim Noah believes Bulls would have won 2012 title if not for injuries appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 18, 2020
Bulls star Zach LaVine focusing on playoff push after disappointing All-Star weekend

Bulls star Zach LaVine focusing on playoff push after disappointing All-Star weekend

After a rather uneventful All-Star weekend that saw him fail to win in the 3-Point shootout, Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine is now turning his attention to the second half of the season. The Bulls are only five games away from playoff contention in spite of a 19-36 record, so they’re not far off in […] The post Bulls star Zach LaVine focusing on playoff push after disappointing All-Star weekend appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 17, 2020
RUMOR: Senior advisor Doug Collins has never been a fan of Bulls GM Gar Forman

RUMOR: Senior advisor Doug Collins has never been a fan of Bulls GM Gar Forman

Chicago Bulls senior advisor Doug Collins has never been a fan of general manager Gar Forman, according to Joe Cowley of the  Chicago Sun-Times. The Bulls exec apparently never agreed with Forman’s decision to hire Fred Hoiberg as head coach: This would be in line with a Sun-Times report from November that said general manager […] The post RUMOR: Senior advisor Doug Collins has never been a fan of Bulls GM Gar Forman appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 17, 2020
Are Bulls’ rumored front office changes enough?

Are Bulls’ rumored front office changes enough?

The Chicago Bulls are looking to shake up their front office, with Joe Cowley of The Chicago Sun-Times reporting that the team is looking to replace Gar Forman with a new general manager. The Bulls probably won’t be firing Forman. Cowley notes that they will probably just move him into the scouting department. But nevertheless, […] The post Are Bulls’ rumored front office changes enough? appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 17, 2020
Dwyane Wade claims NBA career would have been incomplete had he not played for Bulls

Dwyane Wade claims NBA career would have been incomplete had he not played for Bulls

Dwyane Wade claims his Hall of Fame NBA career would have been incomplete had he not played for his hometown Chicago Bulls. Wade signed with the Bulls in the summer of 2016 and played one season in Chicago after Miami Heat president Pat Riley didn’t offer him a deal he liked. Dwyane Wade said on […] The post Dwyane Wade claims NBA career would have been incomplete had he not played for Bulls appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 17, 2020
Kevin Garnett reveals why he never wanted to play for Bulls

Kevin Garnett reveals why he never wanted to play for Bulls

Future Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett, who played his high school ball in Chicago, says he never wanted to play for the Chicago Bulls during his NBA career. Garnett cited how Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf treated Michael Jordan toward the end of his career as a main reason why he didn’t want to play for […] The post Kevin Garnett reveals why he never wanted to play for Bulls appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 17, 2020
Report: Bulls’ Kris Dunn might be done for the season with knee injury

Report: Bulls’ Kris Dunn might be done for the season with knee injury

Chicago Bulls guard Kris Dunn may be out for the remainder of the season due to a knee injury, according to K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago. Dunn initially suffered the injury back on Jan. 31, when Thaddeus Young took a charge and collided with Dunn’s right knee in a loss to the Brooklyn Nets. […] The post Report: Bulls’ Kris Dunn might be done for the season with knee injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Hoops Habit Feb 17, 2020

Chicago Bulls: Will reported front office changes be enough?

The Chicago Bulls are reportedly seeking to make some big front office changes soon. Will any changes be worthwhile? Or will it be more of the same? The NBA All-Star Weekend 2020 hosted by the Chicago Bulls was supposed to be an unveiling of sorts. The city would usher in the best of the Association, […] Chicago Bulls: Will reported front office changes be enough? - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
ClutchPoints Feb 16, 2020
RUMOR: Bulls start search for new GM during All-Star weekend

RUMOR: Bulls start search for new GM during All-Star weekend

It has been a busy weekend at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois as players and fans alike gathered for the All-Star weekend. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, the Bulls’ front office has begun a widespread search for a new general manager. Chicago Bulls fans are surely disappointed as to the organization’s weekend involvement. Zach Lavine […] The post RUMOR: Bulls start search for new GM during All-Star weekend appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 15, 2020
Zach LaVine reacts to Bulls fans chanting ‘FireGarPax’ during First Take interview

Zach LaVine reacts to Bulls fans chanting ‘FireGarPax’ during First Take interview

Chicago Bulls shooting guard Zach LaVine was a guest on ESPN’s First Take on Friday, and things got a little awkward for the high-flyer. Bulls fans started chanting, “FireGarPax” when LaVine was asked a question about whether he trusts Bulls VP John Paxson to build a winner in Chicago. All LaVine could do was smile […] The post Zach LaVine reacts to Bulls fans chanting ‘FireGarPax’ during First Take interview appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 15, 2020
Jimmy Butler says return to Bulls is a ‘definite possibility’

Jimmy Butler says return to Bulls is a ‘definite possibility’

Current Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler started his career with the Chicago Bulls after being selected with the last pick of the first round of the 2011 draft. From sitting on the end of the bench as a rookie to making his first All-Star appearance as a Bull in his fourth season, Butler is one […] The post Jimmy Butler says return to Bulls is a ‘definite possibility’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 15, 2020
Bulls C Wendell Carter Jr. confident he’ll be a future All-Star

Bulls C Wendell Carter Jr. confident he’ll be a future All-Star

Wendell Carter Jr. didn’t play during the Rising Stars Challenge due to his injured ankle, but that doesn’t mean he’s not playing particularly well. In fact, the young Chicago Bulls center is confident that he’ll make an All-Star team in the future. Legendary Bulls writer Sam Smith talked to the second-year center ahead of the […] The post Bulls C Wendell Carter Jr. confident he’ll be a future All-Star appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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    Bulls’ Lauri Markkanen reacts to Zach LaVine’s infamous ‘First Take’ appearance

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    Lauri Markkanen

    Bulls’ Lauri Markkanen reacts to Zach LaVine’s infamous ‘First Take’ appearance

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    Wendell Carter Jr.

    Bulls’ Wendell Carter Jr. expects to play Thursday, but not ready to commit yet

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    Coby White

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