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.
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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.
Apparently, LeBron James doesn’t always get his way. James reportedly told Cleveland management that he wanted Chicago Bulls forward — and unrestricted free agent — Mike Dunleavy Jr., on the Cavaliers’ roster for next season. Free agent I'm hearing that LeBron James would love the Cavs to sign: Chicago's Mike Dunleavy — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) […]
In the quest to secure a brighter future this offseason, the Chicago Bulls would appear to be better off than most. The team is coming off a 50-32 season and a trip to the Eastern Conference semifinals. They have notable talent at nearly...Show More Summary
Dunleavy will re-sign with Chicago instead of taking his talents elsewhere. Free agent swingman Mike Dunleavy is "closing in on a three-year, $15 million deal" with the Chicago Bulls, reports ESPN's Marc Stein. Dunleavy hit the open market this summer after the expiration of a two-year, $6 million contract he signed with the Bulls in 2013. Show More Summary
CHICAGO — The Chicago Bulls’ biggest offseason move has already taken place. The hiring of Fred Hoiberg to replace Tom Thibodeau as head coach signifies a change in culture and in style. Going from Thibodeau 's grinding, defense-first...Show More Summary
This is the final installment in a five-part series where we've discussed whether or not five of the NBA's biggest free agents are worth maximum-salary contracts. The first installment covered Chicago Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler. The second discussed San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls have officially done everything they can to assure Jimmy Butler remains their franchise cornerstone for as long as possible. Now all they can do is wait. According to Eric Pincus of Basketball Insiders: The Bulls' use of the maximum qualifying offer is unprecedented in the NBA's current collective bargaining agreement. Show More Summary
Chicago will not let the restricted free agent go, but Butler could sign a shorter-term deal to enter free agency again in the future. Chicago Bulls restricted free agent Jimmy Butler has postponed meetings with a host of other teams after the Bulls offered a five-year, $90 million maximum contract, according to ESPN's Chris Broussard. Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls rumors revealed some surprising news about Jimmy Butler. The Bulls have reportedly offered Butler a max contract that would pay the restricted free agent $90 million over the next five years. As reported by ESPN on Tuesday...Show More Summary
Butler will have a new contract with the Bulls, but how many years will it be? Chicago Bulls restricted free agent Jimmy Butler has postponed meetings with a host of other teams after the Bulls offered a five-year, $90 million maximum contract, according to ESPN's Chris Broussard. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls selected Arkansas power forward Bobby Portis with the 22nd pick in the 2015 NBA draft. With the long-term status of Bulls frontmen Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson up in the air, Portis fills a hole for future frontcourt insurance. What can we expect to see from Portis in 2015-16 with the Bulls? Chicago Tribune writer K.C. Show More Summary
After Chicago Bulls breakout star Jimmy Butler won the gamble he took on himself in 2014-15, the Bulls may have found a way to limit his leverage as a free agent this summer. Butler enters July as one of the NBA's best free agents, but...Show More Summary
I still get goose bumps when I recall the first time I saw them live. The year was 1987. I was 10 years old, and a buddy of mine -- whose father had season tickets to the Chicago Bulls -- asked me