Archive for July 2012

Bulls to sign Nate Robinson

Bulls to sign Nate Robinson
Multiple sources are reporting that the Bulls will finalize a deal with PG Nate Robinson sometime today. Details of the deal were not reported, but it is obviously for the league minimum as the Bulls have nothing else to offer. Robinson is a former 1st-round pick (21st overall) in the 2005 NBA draft. Ironically, he... Read more »

Bulls' Jimmy Butler, Malcolm Thomas named 2012 Las Vegas Summer League All-Stars

Bulls' Jimmy Butler, Malcolm Thomas named 2012 Las Vegas Summer League All-Stars
Jimmy Butler and Malcolm Thomas were named All-Stars for the 2012 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. Butler, who was the Bulls’ first-round draft pick in 2011, was the 4th-leading scorer in Vegas (20.8 ppg). In the four games he played, he shot 43.1% overall but 50% (4/8) from behind the arc. Most impressively, he... Read more »

NBA announces Chicago Bulls 2012-13 schedule

NBA announces Chicago Bulls 2012-13 schedule
It’s official, only 96 days until the Bulls tip-off the 2012-13 NBA season when they host the Sacramento Kings on Halloween night. This might be the most favorable early-season schedule I have ever seen the Bulls get. 10 of their first 16 games are at home, and the Circus Trip is only 5 games this... Read more »
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Bulls sign Marco Belinelli

Bulls sign Marco Belinelli
The Bulls made official their signing of free agent shooting guard Marco Belinelli on Tuesday. Reports are that he will receive the Bi-Annual Exception, which is worth just under $2 million this season. There is also a team option for next season. Belinelli is an outstanding shooter who averaged career-highs of 11.8 points and 29.8... Read more »

It's official: Hinrich signs with Bulls

It's official: Hinrich signs with Bulls
What had been rumored for a couple of weeks became official late Monday when the Bulls announced that they have signed Kirk Hinrich. Terms of the deal were not officially revealed, but reports have the contract being a two-year deal for about $7 million. Not a lot of analysis is needed here, since every Bulls... Read more »

Nazr Mohammed agrees to sign with Bulls (per Peter Vecsey)

Nazr Mohammed agrees to sign with Bulls (per Peter Vecsey)
Peter Vecsey is reporting on Twitter that center (and Chicago native) Nazr Mohammed has agreed to sign with the Bulls. did learn during function that Nazr Mohammed agreed to sign w Bulls (vs. Nets) meaning they won’t match Houston offer match sheet to Asik I’m biased as a Kentucky fan, but I really like this... Read more »
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Bulls have not received Offer Sheet on Asik- Forman

Bulls have not received Offer Sheet on Asik- Forman
Despite reports to the contrary, Bulls GM Gar Forman just stated live on NBA-TV that the Bulls have yet to receive an offer sheet yet on Omer Asik. The Rockets, who allegedly had already signed Asik to an offer sheet, completed a trade today with Boston, sending Courtney Lee to the Celtics. Forman stated in... Read more »

It's official: Korver to Hawks for cash considerations

It's official: Korver to Hawks for cash considerations
There has been lots of talk of the Bulls and Hawks working out a sign-and-trade involving Kyle Korver and Kirk Hinrich, but that didn’t happen. My very good friend Zach Klein of WSB-TV in Atlanta has just reported via Twitter that Korver will be joining the Hawks in a trade, and that the Bulls are... Read more »

Hey Kobe: Forget the Dream Team, 2012 Team USA couldn't beat the 1996 Bulls

Hey Kobe: Forget the Dream Team, 2012 Team USA couldn't beat the 1996 Bulls
Forget about the Dream Team Kobe, your current squad couldn’t beat the greatest TEAM ever, the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls. First of all, the ’96 Bulls’ offensive team was unstoppable- with three-point shooting from Kerr (52%), Jordan (43%), Kukoc (40%) and Pippen (37%) with Rodman to chase down the misses? The two greatest point forwards of... Read more »
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