The Chicago Bulls have hired Doug Collins as a Senior Advisor of Basketball Operations. In his new role with the club, Collins will report to Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations John Paxson. One of the most respected figures in all of basketball, Collins returns to the Bulls with more than 40 years of experience in [...]
Who remembers when Derrick Rose called the New York Knicks a super team last offseason? Who remembers the 2008 draft class? Rose was drafted by the Chicago Bulls as the first pick in the first round. Now, can you remember who went after Rose? That’s right, Michael Beasley. Show More Summary
Long before Doug Collins became an insightful analyst on ESPN’s game broadcasts and studio shows, he enjoyed a successful (though notably titleless) tenure as head coach of the Chicago Bulls. Now, 28 years after being fired from that...Show More Summary
CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago Bulls are bringing back former coach Doug Collins to help them rebuild, this time as senior adviser of basketball operations.
Collins has been working as a broadcaster, and previously coached the Bulls from 1986-89
The Chicago Bulls are renewing their ties with former coach Doug Collins.
Is Dwyane Wade goin' home to Miami? With all the whispers of him being bought out by the Chicago Bulls... we had to ask when we got D-Wade and Gabrielle Union leaving Catch in L.A. Wade played it super coy -- just like when we asked about…
Rebuilding and the Chicago Bulls have very little in common. Over the past decade, the Chicago Bulls have missed the postseason just once. The Bulls have been to the Eastern Conference Finals once, along with advancing to the second round on a few occasions. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls have signed center Diamond Stone
The Chicago Bulls signed center Diamond Stone today. Stone (6-11, 255) was selected by the New Orleans Pelicans with the 40th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft and landed with the L.A. Clippers after a draft-night trade. In 2016-17, Stone averaged 1.4 points in 3.4 minutes through seven games for the Clippers. Through 13 games [...]
The Los Angeles Lakers continue to improve their roster since they started a full-scale rebuild. The summer of 2018 will be vital for the purple and gold as they reportedly planned to pursue two big names in the free agency market. But...Show More Summary
Nemanja Nikolic tied it in the 66th minute and the Chicago Fire held on for a 1-1 draw with the New York Red Bulls
Payne had surgery to repair the fifth metatarsal in his right foot on Wednesday.
CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago Bulls say guard Cameron Payne had surgery on his broken right foot and is expected to be out three to four months.
Rather than putting a ton of effort into an outing and then just hitting one spot, why not extend the adventure? This week, we’re pairing a Spanish meal at Black Bull with cocktails and entertainment at Bordel. Main attraction: Black Bull 1721 W. Division St. 773-227-8600 How much: $10-$45 Impress...
The New Orleans Pelicans say they will receive the draft rights to overseas professional Ater Majok as part of a trade that is sending veteran small forward Quincy Pondexter, a second-round draft choice and cash to the Chicago Bulls
It seems as if the Chicago Bulls are having a little buyers remorse. One anonymous member of the Bulls’ staff is not even close to impressed with Cameron Payne, one of their deadline acquisitions from last year, stating he realized it almost immediately that he was not a fit for this team at all, according […]
The Chicago Bulls have acquired guard/forward Quincy Pondexter, the Pelicans 2018 second-round pick, and cash considerations from the New Orleans Pelicans in exchange for the draft rights to Ater Majok. The Bulls acquired the rights to Majok (58th overall selection in the 2011 NBA Draft) from the L.A. Lakers on July 7, 2016. Pondexter (6-7, 220) is [...]
A person familiar with the situation says the Pelicans have agreed in principle to trade veteran forward Quincy Pondexter and future second-round draft choice to the Chicago Bulls _ a move giving New Orleans more financial flexibility
The Chicago Bulls have hired former Michigan State star Shawn Respert as their director of player development