Dwyane Wade speculates about trade deadline options and future with Chicago Bulls

Sitting in 3rd place in the NBA's central division with a record 21-22, the Chicago Bulls are struggling to stay afloat among the league's mediocre teams -- let alone be a relevant championship contender.This recent offseason, Dwyane Wade left the only franchise he's ever played for (Miami Heat) to join a Bulls team with star names of Jimmy Butler, Rajon Rondo, and obviously himself...
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Dwyane Wade admits he may be forced to leave Bulls if they rebuild

Dwyane Wade is not interested in being part of a full-scale rebuild.Wade admitted Wednesday that he would have to reassess his future in Chicago if the team elected to rebuild – particularly if that rebuilding involved moving Jimmy Butler.“At the end of the year, you sit back and see what the team is, what direction they’re going in,” Wade told ESPN’s Nick Friedell on Wednesday...
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Chicago Bulls Blurbs: We’re Not in This Alone

The Chicago Bulls are back under .500. It was a nice little win streak and it put the Bulls back into the playoff picture, but of course that ended and Chicago is now showing their true colors as a team that can’t be counted on to lose when they should or win when they should. […] Chicago Bulls Blurbs: We’re Not in This Alone - Pippen Ain't Easy - Pippen Ain't Easy - A Chicago...
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Rajon Rondo's post-playing career plans? NBA head coach

Rajon Rondo has said he wants to continue playing in the NBA for "six or seven more years." But once it's all said and done and his pro basketball career is at its end? The Chicago Bulls guard has been preparing for some time now for his next professional endeavor. “I absolutely want to coach,” Rondo said in the Bulls locker room following Tuesday’s 99-98 loss to the Dallas...
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Mavericks edge Bulls 99-98 for 3rd straight win

CHICAGO (AP) Wesley Matthews made a go-ahead 3-pointer from the wing with 12 seconds left, and the Dallas Mavericks beat the Chicago Bulls 99-98 on Tuesday night for their first three-game winning streak of the season. Six players scored in double figures for the Mavericks, including all five starters. Harrison Barnes had 20 points, Seth Curry added 18 and Dirk Nowitzki finished...
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Jimmy Butler: Being voted All-Star starter would mean ‘absolutely nothing’

Jimmy Butler doesn’t give a hoot about your #NBAVote. Before Tuesday’s game against Dallas, Butler, who was selected to his second career All-Star team last year and attended the festivities despite being injured, said that being voted an All-Star starter this year would mean “absolutely nothing” to him, per KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. Butler, who attended All...
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Bulls F Taj Gibson sidelined by left ankle soreness

CHICAGO (AP) Bulls forward Taj Gibson will not play against Dallas because of left ankle soreness. Coach Fred Hoiberg says it's nothing serious and described the rest as more of a precautionary move. He says Gibson could return for Chicago's next game at Atlanta on Friday night. Gibson had played in every game so far this season. He is averaging 12 points and 7.3 rebounds. With...
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Fred Hoiberg wants Rajon Rondo to be ‘leader’ of Chicago’s second unit

Slowly but surely, Rajon Rondo is returning to good graces in Chicago. Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg said on Thursday that he wants Rondo to be the “leader” of their second unit going forward, per Nick Friedell of ESPN. Hoiberg noted he wants Rondo to be the "leader of that second unit" moving forward. — Nick Friedell (@NickFriedell) January 12, 2017 Rondo was booted...
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Taj Gibson on former teammate Derrick Rose: 'Awesome dude’

With all the turmoil and drama surrounding Derrick Rose going AWOL earlier this week and the subsequent fallout from his disappearance, at least the New York Knicks point guard can count on one of his former teammates to go to bat for him. Rose and the Knicks face his former Chicago Bulls squad on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden. Taj Gibson, Rose’s teammate on the Bulls...
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Rajon Rondo rides the pine on his own bobblehead night

The Chicago Bulls on Monday night held Rajon Rondo Bobblehead Night at United Center. And the disgruntled point guard recorded his fifth-consecutive DNP-CD to help celebrate the event. It's Rajon Rondo bobblehead night at United Center. This might be his only moment out of warmup togs, though, vs. OKC. pic.twitter.com/IO1COFNvQW — Steve Aschburner (@AschNBA) January 9,...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

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