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
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.
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. [...]
The Chicago Bulls are set to announce a maximum contract for All-Star guard Jimmy Butler.
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 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
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.
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
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 [...]
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
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
Mike Dunleavy Jr. chose to stay with the Chicago Bulls, agreeing to a three-year deal for $4.4 million. It wasn ’t the most notable of deals on a day that saw bigger names consent to far more significant amounts of money, but for Dunleavy,...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls are rumored to be in the running for polarizing guard Jeremy Lin, though they appear to have some stiff competition for the guard. The Bulls have been busy over the first few hours of NBA free agency, getting verbal commitments from starters Jimmy Butler and Mike Dunleavy. Show More Summary
On Day 1 of the NBA's 2015 free-agency period, the Chicago Bulls agreed to terms with Jimmy Butler and Mike Dunleavy, two unrestricted free agents whom Chicago was not ready to give up. Dunleavy verbally agreed to a three-year, $15 million...Show More Summary
There has been a whirlwind of free agent signings this week in the NBA, so its understandable that the President of the United States (...)
A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that All-Star guard Jimmy Butler and the Chicago Bulls have agreed to a five-year contract that could be worth about $90 million.
Lil' Dun back! The post Chicago Bulls Sign Mike Dunleavy to 3-Year, $14.4 Million Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Bulls locked up their star wing for at least the next four years. Restricted free agent Jimmy Butler has agreed to a five-year, $90 million contract with the Chicago Bulls, according to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski. Butler's...Show More Summary
After flirting with the Lakers, the All-Star swingman and restricted free agent has agreed to a 5-year max deal with the Bulls, according to Woj. The post Report: Chicago Bulls Signing Jimmy Butler to 5-Year, $95 Million Max Contract appeared first on SLAMonline.
A person with knowledge of the negotiations says Mike Dunleavy and the Chicago Bulls have agreed on a new three-year, $14 million contract.