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Bulls re-sign Mike Dunleavy

The Chicago Bulls have re-signed guard/forward Mike Dunleavy. Dunleavy (6-9, 230), a 13-year NBA veteran, has appeared in 145 games (124 starts) the last two seasons with Chicago and averaged 10.5 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 2.1 apg and 0.71 spg in 30.5 mpg. He has also shot.432 from the field,.392 from downtown and.837 [...]

Bulls sign guard Aaron Brooks

The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has signed guard Aaron Brooks. In 82 games (21 starts) with the Bulls last season, Brooks (6-0, 161) averaged 11.6 ppg, 3.2 apg, 2.0 rpg and 0.66 spg in 23.0 mpg. He also posted shooting averages of.421 from the field,.387 (23rd in the NBA) from downtown [...]

Bulls' Joakim Noah selling Lincoln Park mansion he bought last year

Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah has decided Lincoln Park is not to his liking after all.

Bulls News: Rounding Up Latest on Team's Efforts to Round out Roster

Whether it's Jimmy Butler or some other revelation, the Chicago Bulls continue to steal the headlines. For the front office in the Windy City, this offseason was all about making sensible decisions when it comes to free agents and keeping...Show More Summary

Bucher 1-on-1 with Fred Hoiberg: Bulls Coach Talks New Job, D-Rose, Blackjack

New Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg has been a college coach, a front-office executive and an NBA player. This season, The Mayor takes over the job of Tom Thibodeau, who led the Bulls to the 2015 Eastern Conference Semifinals before...Show More Summary

Bulls sign Brazilian Cristiano Felicio

The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has signed free agent forward/center Cristiano Felicio (cree-STEE-YAHN-oh). In accordance with team policy, terms of the contract were not announced.

Bulls sign Cristiano Felicio

The Chicago Bulls have signed free agent forward/center Cristiano Felicio (pronunciation: cree-STEE-YAHN-oh). “We’ve been impressed with Cristiano’s work ethic and potential,” said Chicago Bulls General Manager Gar Forman. “We’re looking forward to working with him and having him come to camp with us this fall.” Felicio (6-10, 275) played with C.R. Flamengo of the NBB (Novo [...]

Fred Hoiberg on the Debut of Rookie Bobby Portis in the NBA Summer League

New Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg had his NBA head coaching debut at this year's summer league, while Bulls rookie Bobby Portis had his big league debut as well. The Bulls selected Portis with the No. 22 pick overall and theShow More Summary

Rare Michael Jordan High School Footage Shows the G.O.A.T. Dunking with Ease (Video)

A lot of people can claim to have followed Michael Jordan from his time at North Carolina through his second three-peat with the Chicago Bulls. Very few can say they saw him play as a 17-year-old for the Buccaneers of Emsley A. Laney High School in Wilmington, North Carolina. That won’t be the case for […]

Jimmy Butler's Game Ready to Explode to New Heights After Signing Max Contract

Jimmy Butler is the proud new owner of a five-year, $90 million max contract from the Chicago Bulls. It's a deal he earned with an incredible season, showing huge improvement as an offensive player, making his first All-Star team and winning the league's Most Improved Player Award. Show More Summary

All-Star Butler returns to Bulls with $95.5M max deal

Jimmy Butler envisions the Chicago Bulls contending for a championship next season and he and Derrick Rose forming one of the NBA's best backcourts.

Bulls re-sign Jimmy Butler

The Chicago Bulls have re-signed free agent guard Jimmy Butler. According to the Chicago Tribune, it is “a five-year deal that could be worth $95 million should Butler pick up the fifth-year player option.” “We are thrilled that Jimmy has committed to remain a Chicago Bull for years to come,” said Chicago Bulls General Manager Gar Forman. [...]

Bulls announce re-signing of Butler

The Chicago Bulls are set to announce a maximum contract for All-Star guard Jimmy Butler.

Chicago Bulls Re-Signing Aaron Brooks to One-Year Deal

The Chicago Bulls are bringing back free agent guard Aaron Brooks, having reportedly come to terms on a one-year pact. ESPN sources say Aaron Brooks has struck a one-year deal The post Chicago Bulls Re-Signing Aaron Brooks to One-Year Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.

Chicago Bulls Rumors: Team Signs Free Agent Guard, But Are Bulls Doomed In Improved East?

Chicago Bulls rumors have the team re-signing guard Aaron Brooks. Brooks gave the Bulls an oral commitment to come back on a one-year deal, giving the team much-needed dept off the bench again. A report from the Chicago Tribune on Tuesday (July 7) indicates that he plans to finalize the deal on Thursday (July 9). Show More Summary

Bulls sign top pick Portis, ass two assistants

The Chicago Bulls have signed first-round draft pick Bobby Portis and added Randy Brown and Charlie Henry as assistants to new coach Fred Hoiberg.

Aaron Brooks agrees to 1-year deal to stay with Bulls

He will again back up Derrick Rose. The Chicago Bulls have agreed to re-sign backup point guard Aaron Brooks on a one-year contract, reports ESPN's Marc Stein. Contract terms are not yet clear. Brooks signed for the veteran's minimum...Show More Summary

Bulls hire Randy Brown and Charlie Henry as assistant coaches

The Chicago Bulls announced today that Randy Brown and Charlie Henry have been hired as assistant coaches, while Mike Wilhelm will be retained as an assistant coach on Fred Hoiberg’s coaching staff. Brown, 47, has spent the last six seasons with the Bulls as assistant general manager (2013-15), special assistant to the general manager (2010-13) and [...]

Zoo bear smashes glass in front of famous NBA heckler

If you're a Wizards (née Bullets) fan, you're most likely familiar with Robin Ficker. He is said to be "one of the greatest hecklers in sports history," to the point where he got hired by Charles Barkley to annoy the Chicago Bulls during...Show More Summary

How Gatorade, a College Coach's Concoction, Created a $12.5 Billion Industry

Michael Jordan made Gatorade famous the night he nearly killed himself. It was Game 5 of the NBA finals in 1997, the series tied at 2-2. The Chicago Bulls' legendary shooting guard was sick as a dog with the flu. Jordan should have been in a hospital bed. Show More Summary

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