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Chicago Bulls: Three Goals for Kris Dunn in 2017-18

Kris Dunn was part of the blockbuster trade that sent Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves and is expected to be a key part of the Chicago Bulls' rebuilding process. They are hoping that he will break out and reach his full potential, which would mean that he would earn the starting point guard role long-term. Chicago is going to go through a bit of a rough season unless something
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Dwyane Wade Should Definitely Join Cavaliers if Bought out by Bulls

Last week, Dwyane Wade opted into the second year of his contract with the Chicago Bulls, which will pay him $23 million for next season. Accepting the contract guarantees Wade will get paid for next season. But in reality, the Bulls probably wish that Wade didn't opt in for next year given their route for next season. On the night of the 2017 NBA Draft, the Bulls traded their best
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2017 NBA Draft: Why The Chicago Bulls Should Trade SG Jimmy Butler

As draft day approaches us, multiple teams are sitting in their "Draft War Room", preparing deals, going through mock drafts, and answering phone calls. And if I were the Chicago Bulls, I would be making multiple phone calls, shopping their best player Jimmy Butler, but let me explain to who and why. The first team, and the team most likely to accept at trade, that Chicago should be calling is
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NBA Playoffs Round 1: Chicago Bulls Swat Away Boston Celtics for a 2-0 Series Lead

Chicago Bulls Do the Impossible, Beats Boston Celtics in Boston Twice for a 2-0 Series Lead Jimmy Butler comes up big for the Chicago Bulls, scoring 22 points along with Rajon Rondo being one rebound shy of a triple-double in their 111-97 win over the Boston Celtics. The No. 8 seed have managed to beat the Celtics twice in a row on their home court, which was highly unpredicted. Dwayne
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NBA: The Cavaliers Have Competition in the Eastern Conference

For the past few seasons the Eastern Conference has been known as the weaker of the two in the NBA. Teams in the East were viewed as "easy wins" for opposing teams, but this year is proving to be different. The Cleveland Cavaliers are still the great team many expected, the problem for the Cavaliers is the other Eastern Conference teams are better than expected. In 2015-2016, the NBA has
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Chicago Bulls: Injuries Once Again A Thorn For Derrick Rose

There have been plenty of “franchise players” with all the talent in the world who ended up COSTING the franchise because of an inability to stay healthy. Names like Sam Bowie, Jay Williams, Brad Daugherty and even Yao Ming come to mind. All of these players had all the talent in the world, and when healthy and given a chance to show what they can do, none of them would
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The Inscriber 2015-16 NBA Season Preview

There is now a little more than a month away from the start of the 2015-16 NBA season. This will the second full season that the league will be under the leadership of commissioner Adam Silver, who will be navigating behind the scenes in order to avoid a lockout in 2017. In the meantime he will also guide the NBA as it continues to grow as a brand globally, have a developmental league
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Chicago Bulls: Why Fred Hoiberg Is The Man For The Job

It took very little time for the Chicago Bulls to find a head coach. After firing coach Tom Thibodeau, the Bulls had his successor ready to sign on the dotted line. And make no mistake about it, Fred Hoiberg is the man for the job. Hoiberg's basketball resume is quite extensive.  Not only was he a successful coach at the collegiate level, he was also a First-team All-Big East in
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NBA: Hiring Of Fred Hoiberg A Giant Flop By Bulls Front Office

CHICAGO – With the official introduction of Fred Hoiberg as the new head coach of the Chicago Bulls Tuesday, the Bulls front office flopped big time in his hiring. [caption id="attachment_41262" align="alignleft" width="283"] (Jamie Squire/Getty Images North America)[/caption] Hoiberg, 42, who signed a five-year $25 million deal to replace recently departed Tom Thibodeau, takes over a Bulls roster with almost no cap space to add additional pieces, and faces a
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2015 NBA Playoffs Recap: Cavs, Warriors and Hawks Clinch, Rockets Force Game 7

Thanks to series-clinching wins by the Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors, the conference finals playoff picture is taking shape. Atlanta Hawks 94, Washington Wizards 91 (Friday): Thanks to a potential game-tying three-pointer by Paul Pierce being reversed by instant replay, the East-leading Atlanta Hawks defeated the Washington Wizards, 94-91, eliminating them 4-2. With the win, they advance to the East Finals for the first time since 1970.