The Chicago Bulls are at a proverbial fork in the road with their current roster. On the one hand, the core of their team is the team that won the most games in the NBA's regular season in each of the last two seasons. On the other hand, they have seen both their postseasons end badly. Two years ago they lost to the Heat in heartbreaking fashion, and last year they effectively saw two seasons go down the drain when Derrick Rose tore his ACL.
Luol Deng knows that the Chicago Bulls could trade him at any time. The Bulls are 7-7—tied for eighth in the Eastern Conference—and they flirted with the idea of shipping him off for a 2012-13 rookie in the offseason. That didn ’t h... Read Post
Luol Deng is a core ingredient to the success of the Chicago Bulls. This is particularly evident through the league-leading 40.3 minutes per game he's currently logging. But, in the grind of an 82-game season, there's reason to wond... Read Post