Salmons to Milwaukee?

David Aldridge's twitter:

Not finalized, but two sources say Bulls and Bucks may be
closing in on deal sending Salmons to MKE for Kurt Thomas, Francisco
Elson.

The deal probably helps both teams.   The Bulls could especially use this deal if they move Tyrus for an expiring and a pick since it gives them a couple big men even if neither are particularly great.

edit ----

Urgh, take that back, apparently, my views of Elson and Kurt Thomas are still biased by what they did three years ago.  Unlikely either guy plays notable minutes for the Bulls even as 9th/10th guys.

Still, you have to do this trade to ensure flexibility in 2010.

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  • i hope so..if we get two bigs tyrus is granted a new home.. mcgrady to chicago next? tyrus ,miller and jerome james for mcgrady n brian cook .. hope we include james johnson too for a pick or something that can contribute something atleast ..shesh.. trade pargo too

  • Sounds good to me.

  • Of all the rumors I have heard in the past few days this deal makes the most sense. When another team knows you have a desperate need, in this case the Bulls need to get out from under Fish's potential opt-in for 2010, they offer garbage. This is the NBA. It is not for pussys.

  • I heard this too....I like Kurt Thomas. But this is a crap trade. Why do this when you could probably get Roger Mason and Theo Ratliff from the Spurs. I guess this is where Devin Brown comes into play...

  • If Salmons is in fact being traded to the Bucks, then John Paxson and Gar-bage Forman need to be FIRED...IMMEDIATELY!!!

    Are these two IDIOTS on the Bucks payroll? Why don't they just let the Bucks knock the Bulls out of the playoffs? Wouldn't that be great?

    IDIOTS!!!

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Mr.Happy leave the real trades to the big guys. and jus keep your fantasy basketball trades to yourself cause all u do is post crappy trades.
    This one makes sense because of cap relief. Salmons has played like crap this year anyway. Ill take a Max free agent next year over salmons this year any day of the week

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    FU...dork.

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    There is NO GUARANTEE the Bulls will get any TOP free-agent.

    I'm just about ready to become an OKC fan.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Go.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Why isn't Warrick playing tonight? Yahoo's showing he hasn't played one minute.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    If you were on OKC fan, who would be the voice of reason around here and come up with all those wonderful trade scenarios that only benefit the Bulls?

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    What can we do to make that happen, get them to acquire Nick Young, I suppose.

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    You guys need to calm down. John Salmons does not elevate the Bucks that much..

  • In reply to jmwebb:

    he sure elevated us last season after the deal.

  • In reply to jmwebb:

    The STUPID BULLS' MANAGEMENT should of gone after Hakim Warrick.

    To Bulls: Hakim Warrick (UFA to be) and Kurt Thomas
    To Bucks: John Salmons

    Wouldn't that have been better?

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    I agree, but think that they should have gone after Jennings if they were going to deal with Milwaukee. But they're not as smart as you. Stupid Bulls Management.
    Can you put Salmons for Jennings in your trade calculator and let us know if that would work under the cap rules?

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    Yes, Mr. Happy. We are losers, so why don't you stop posting on Doug's blog and look for a Milwaukee Bucks fanpage and be a winner.

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    good please do so we dont have to hear all of your B.S. anymore.

    WATCH OUT THE BUCKS HAVE JOHN SALMONS NOW. THE BULLS BETTER BE CAREFUL CAUSE THEY JUST GAVE AWAY THEIR PLAYOFF SPOT!!!

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    Salmons is decent but I would have been more bothered by giving up Brad Miller, in terms of this season's chances. I do hope, however, that we get something of value for Tyrus -- someone that can actually get some real minutes.

  • In reply to jmwebb:

    Yep, based on how they have played this season, Salmons has contributed the least, and hurt us the most this summer, so he had to go. everyone else can play out the season, get us to the playoffs, and become an asset this summer in sign and trades.

    Maybe if we are really lucky, we can find a way to land Nick Young this summer

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    Thank God. We are now players in 2010, remember we needed to deal either John or Kirk to have enough cap to sign one max player. Bucks now may take our spot in the playoffs. Can we buy out Kurt Thomas or Elson?

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    It's a DUMB move. If anything the Bulls could have used Salmons in a sign-and-trade over the summer. Now, Milwaukee just became better than the Bulls.

    How are people happy about that? I guess people ON HERE are content with being LOSERS!!!

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Definitely could have packaged Salmons in a deal for Lebron. If not Lebron, then definitely Durant. You're the smartest.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    I guess John Salmons is better than anyone from the 2010 fa class right Mr. Happy?

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    Hell, Happy loves Salmons even more than Nick Young. And I think it goes without saying how much lovin' Nick gets from Happy.

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    FYI:

    I don't think it's Kurt Thomas. He's playing for the Bucks as we speak. Maybe, the Bulls did get Hakim Warrick.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    They didn't, and they won't. Drop it.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    If Houston can't find a buyer for T-mac they may end up buying him out. In which case, we would have a nice slot for him at the 2/3 and could sign him for a prorated portion of the veteran's minimum. I can't think of another team that would be a better landing slot, so maybe that is one scenario where we make out well. Another would be to pass on Kurt Thomas + cash to San Antonio for Roger Mason Jr. if they can't work out a deal with Memphis, as rumored.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    To Bulls: Warrick and Elson
    To Bucks: Salmons

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.php?tradeid=5478305

    I like this deal.

    Now, go get Mason Jr., Ratliff and a draft pick from the Spurs for Ty Thomas.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    this isnt the deal but the deal hasnt been official so anything is possible .. but hakim would have joe alexander take his place.. that sounds like the fair deal..hakim for salmons

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    I love this trade. I don't care if it is Warrick or Elson or Kurt Thomas. As long as Salmons is gone, that's all it matters. It definitely keeps us in the hunt for a D-Wade, Bosh or Joe Johnson next year. Also, the good thing here is we get to keep Hinrich, Deng and Tyrus. I hope they keep Tyrus. This way, if we sign a shooting guard next year, we can maybe do a sign/trade for Boozer, Amare or Bosh from Tyrus and a combo of Hinrich/Deng and other parts.

  • In reply to schaumburgfan:

    I starting to agree with your sentiments. Do we want to trade all of our assets for expiring deals? I mean we need to keep some talent for the playoff push and that talent could be used for a S&T.

    Plus don't we basically get to keep TT for free? If we don't want to pay him we can just not offer him much $ and make him essentially an expiring contract. So why trade away talent when it won't hurt next years cap space?

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    In reply to cuillini:

    Because that talent's contract will never ever be more movable. His team option is basically a free trial for any team willing to bet a draft pick on him.

  • In reply to cuillini:

    Milwaukee sportsradio is saying that the Salmons trade could involve Warrick and Alexander. They also are saying that it could be something even bigger. Nobody knows for sure.

  • In reply to cuillini:

    Tomorrow the dust will be settled....

  • In reply to schaumburgfan:

    With Kurt Thomas and Al Harrington coming in, Im a little worried about our back court...

  • In reply to schaumburgfan:

    Al Harrington will shoot us our of games.

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    In reply to MrHappy:

    Why do we always spend so much time discussing imaginary trades instead of the ones that are actually happening?

    Besides, FINALLY VDN has a Kurt to call his own. Look for Kurt to get an extension if he plays with "thrust"

  • In reply to Redwhitenblack:

    I vote this best comment.

  • In reply to WearShades:

    Yes we got Kirk Thomas! Either VDN is talking or we combined Captain Kirk's jumper with Ty's athletic ability. Sadly we'd still have a player that can't shoot and refuses to run the court.

  • In reply to Redwhitenblack:

    Hilarious!! The trade looks even better knowing a Kurt is coming aboard. I'm sure that was the real driving force behind this trade.

  • In reply to KenyattaWright:

    lmaoo i just thought about this too with the kurt situation. cant wait to see a post game talkin about a play both guys were involved in ...

  • In reply to Redwhitenblack:

    Leave the team as it is right now (after Salmons trade). Hope to add an all star over the summer to add to an already solid team. But just add now, no more subtracting.
    And bring back VDN! I don't understand why VDN gets a bad rap. He's as solid a coach as most other in the NBA.

  • In reply to Redwhitenblack:

    just a note i wonder if vinny calls kurt kirk n call kirk kurt ..lmao just a comment .. im estastic the bulls did this .. but we really need a shooter to end a good week .. 2-0 after all star break .. can we get 8 of the next ten? we got two already .. a basketball trade could help that ...mike miller ! lol p.s im not a fan of him i jus know he fits our need if we move tyrus now because of the move we did today...guard for big now big for guard.. p.s before pargo tries to be another ben gordon like player n just shoot before the team gets down the court can we move him for complainin n now just trying to do to much?

  • In reply to Redwhitenblack:

    Final trade is Salmons for Warrick and Joe Alexander

  • In reply to Dpauley23:

    Link?

  • In reply to cuillini:

    It's being reported on 1250 sportsradio in Milwaukee.

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.php?tradeid=5479068

  • In reply to cuillini:

    I just talked to K.C. Johnson (thru email) and he confirmed that report.

    Look for it to be released shortly.

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.php?tradeid=5479068

  • In reply to cuillini:

    It's now being semi-reported by ESPN:

    http://sports.espn.go.com/chicago/nba/news/story?id=4922618

    "The Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to a deal in principle that will send John Salmons to the Bucks.

    Chicago will get two expiring contracts in return. Initially, sources said that the Bulls would get Kurt Thomas and Francisco Elson, but the Chicago Tribune reported that they could receive those two or Hakim Warrick and Joe Alexander."

  • In reply to cuillini:

    Hmmmm... Warrick and Alexander sounds more promising than old fogeys Kurt and Cisco

  • In reply to boogernights:

    Agreed. I'd still do the original trade of Thomas and Elson. It's what we need to do to guarantee a shot at a FA.

  • In reply to boogernights:

    Whoa! I'm reading that the Rockets and Kings complete a huge deal for T-Mac:

    To Rockets: Kevin Martin, Sergio Rodridguez, Hilton Armstrong(notes) and Kenny Thomas
    To Kings: Tracy McGrady, Joey Dorsey and Carl Landry

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news?slug=ys-kingstrade021710&prov=yhoo&type=lgns

    This is huge, plus it keeps the Knicks from getting the cap space they desired.

  • In reply to jamatokwu:

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=4923777

    ESPN is reporting that "although the details of the complete construction of the trade could not immediately be confirmed, sources said that it's possible that the deal could be expanded into a three-way trade that lands Rockets guard Tracy McGrady with the New York Knicks before Thursday's 3 p.m. trading deadline."

    I'd hate to see the Knicks benefit from this trade.

  • In reply to jamatokwu:

    Maybe we can get Martin instead?

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.ph ... id=5479587

    Bulls Get: Kevin Martin, Kenny Thomas

    Houston Gets: Deng, Tyrus, Jerome James

    Sac Gets: McGrady

  • In reply to jrmart5:

    Modified:

    Bulls Get: K. Martin, K.Thomas, S. Rodriguez, J. Dorsey

    Houston Gets: Deng, Tyrus, J. James, H. Armstrong

    Kings Get: McGrady, C. Landry

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.ph ... id=5479782

  • In reply to jrmart5:

    Houston wouldn't do that deal. They want Kevin Martin, and they wouldn't do the deal otherwise.

  • In reply to Dpauley23:

    Joe Alexander? I though he died lol. Great to see us get Warrick.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Look MrHappy, let's see what happens if they give D. Brown a little more burn. He wasn't playing too much with Hinrich/Salmons. If he can give a little support, and the Bulls get some good minutes out of Thomas it's overall an OK trade. Beside I personally HATED Salmons game. He always seemed a step slow.

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    Well just spoke to a source and they told me when i asked about the kings and rockets proposal i was told that John is officially gone.

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    Why is Kurt Thomas still playing for the Bucks? I'm watching the Bucks game right now and he is on the floor.

    Did the Bulls get Hakim Warrick instead? I'd like that better.

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    Where's Doug? FIGURE THIS OUT...PLEASE!!!

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Hallelujah! Sure it's a crap trade but please keep your eyes on the prize people. We weren't going very far in the playoffs with this team as is. Especially without moving to a 5th or 6th seed. Now we at least can be a player for a max FA if the opportunity arises. Not even being PREPARED to take advantage of an opportunity would have been unacceptable.

    Now that Antawn is in Cleveland that, presumably, takes LeBron off the market. That leaves Wade, Bosh, Joe Johnson, Amar'e, Boozer, Rudy Gay and David Lee available. We currently have money to get at least one of them. Maybe we position ourselves tomorrow to get two.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    ur and idiot. why would the bucks give up warrick

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    They have been shopping Warrick and Ridnour Ozzy.

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    The reaction just blows my mind. We know we're trading Salmons for expirings, we need to trade him for expirings. We trade him for expirings and people freak out. I don't get it. And for the seventieth time, can we wait to reach any conclusion about the trade deadline until it actually passes? Yesterday, it was frenzy that the Bulls wouldn't do anything. Well, they did something. I can almost guarantee you we acquired bigs for a reason that will be pretty clear this time tomorrow. You don't have to like it, but at least make an effort to comprehend the reality of the situation.

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    PJ, I agree. I think Pax/Gar know what the ultimate goal is here, and they're just laying the tracks for it right now..

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    Rumors are the Bucks are trying to bring in a 3rd team to aquire Troy Murphy.

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    This is funny, the Bucks is going to give the Bulls the opportunity to bid on a max free agent. I guess they really want to make a run at the last few spots in the playoffs.

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    The Bulls got two big men for Salmons, does that mean Noah may be out for a while? Pardon my ignorance, was there an expiring 2G available in the Bucks lineup?

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    Word is Houston tried recruiting the Kings to send T-Mac to the Bulls but Salmons is no longer available:

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news?slug=ys-mcgradyrockets021710&prov=yhoo&type=lgns

  • In reply to ozzyk230:

    Getting Hakim Warrick would have been nice. Then I could see the Bulls trading Tyrus Thomas to the Spurs for Roger Mason Jr., Theo Ratliff(?) and a draft pick.

    I would have bought into those trades.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Warrick instead of Elston. Here's the trade on RealGM.

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.php?tradeid=5478305

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Thats not the trade dude.

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    I know that isn't the trade, but it should have been. It's more fair.

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.php?tradeid=5478305

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Milwaukee wouldn't think that trade is fair.

  • In reply to WearShades:

    But Mr. Happy thinks it's fair, and that's all that matters.

  • In reply to WearShades:

    tyrus & jerome james for mike miller people .. lets go! lol jerome doesnt even wear warm ups n we seriously need to stretch the court n get bigger .. miller brings what salmons shouldve n did.. skill,d,& size ... him next to derrick,loul,taj& joakim would be a fifth seed..with kirk,miller,kurt or hakim w.e , a traded pargo lol for somethong and pray n send stat to miami which we should help someway because that leavs bosh with NO option but us.. talk about trapped in the closet..just hope bosh aint gay ..lmao cb & d1rose for 2011 championship

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    THIS JUST IN:

    Hakim Warrick sat out tonight's Bucks game, while Kurt Thomas played...mmm.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Couple rumors that it is in fact Warrick and not Thomas in the deal. Not that it really matters which expirings we get--it's all about 2010/11 and beyond.

  • In reply to rorypshea:

    Well if that's the case great. However, it still amazes me how much certain commenters seem to hate the idea of Salmons leaving.

  • In reply to WearShades:

    Agreed. We had to deal Salmons (or Hinrich) at all costs to guarantee max cap space. I would have been fine with dealing Salmons for a framed photo of Mr. Happy if that's the best deal we could have gotten. This season only matters insofar as it impacts next season and beyond.

  • In reply to WearShades:

    Can either of these guys play at all? Can they at least gives defense and rebounding? Wish we could have gotten a high 2nd rounder or low 1st.

    Salmons isn't that bad he was just being played out of position for the Bulls. He did average 18ppg last year?

    With this trade are we under the cap for max FA or do we still need to dump Kirk?

  • In reply to cuillini:

    No need to make any more salary dumping trades. We have max deal cap space.

  • In reply to WearShades:

    Thanks for the answer.

    At least we don't have to worry about having enough $ for a max FA.

  • In reply to cuillini:

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    WojYahooNBA

    No assurance Drew Gooden takes Clips buyout now with several teams -- Bulls, Bucks, Bobcats -- interested in trading for him, source says

    anyone but him. Go sign jared Reiner to a 20 year deal, anyone but dumb as rocks Gooden.

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    Maybe this is where Tyrus is headed? I think I'd rather have Tyrus, but I don't really think it'll change things much.

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    1250 in Milwaukee says Salmons is coming, but they think Warrick is involved in the deal. That makes sense, because he sat tonight just like Salmons did.

    Milwaukee also want to trade Ridnour for Troy Murphy or pick up Drew Gooden, if the Clippers release him.

    That's the angle coming out of Milwaukee radio.

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    look off topic .. if miller is on the blown up wizards can we trade for him since antawn jus got out.. if we move a guard for a big n move tyrus tgen we wudd need another guard.. miller answers the size and shooting ability..jerome james n tyrus for mike miller.. jerome might not even get traded so why not move him..washington needs a big now .. &like i said the trades that get rumored never happends .. jerome james & tyrus thomas for mike miller ..other pieces might be included both ways but that deal sounds sweet

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    Hollinger with a nice take on the trade: http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/insider/columns/story?columnist=hollinger_john&page=TradeGrades-100218. Couldn't have said it better myself.

    Also nice to hear him set the record straight re Tyrus after a day's worth of erroneous "Bulls need to deal Tyrus to clear more cap space" comments.

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    Not sure if this was posted yet, but:

    wojyahoonba

    "As the Knicks work to secure T-Mac, NY GM Donnie Walsh still talking with Bulls on a Tyrus Thomas-Al Harrington package, sources say."

  • In reply to cuillini:

    "It's crazy," Salmons said. "They told me to stay at the team hotel and I'll know in the morning where I'm going."

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    It's funny that Kurt Thomas is actually playing his last game for the Bucks tonight...I wonder if he knows that he's traded to the Bulls?

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    To Bulls: Elson and Thomas
    To Bucks: John Salmons

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.php?tradeid=5478348

    That's 9 points less in the lineup? Who's making that up?

  • In reply to Newskoolbulls:

    Nothing is official yet with John. Rockets are working hard to get the bulls to reconsider.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    jus stop nobody cares.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Happy, that trade wouldnt have worked...

  • In reply to joeacook3:

    That trade would have worked.

    Warrick makes $3 million this year.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    They wouldn't have done that deal. Just about every trade has to make sense for all parties involved; a concept nearly every one of your trade proposals fails to take into consideration.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Maybe I'm crazy, and I probably am way off, but could it be that Warrick is Deng's replacement after we get BOSH? Haha! A guy is allowed to hope..

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    I always agree with what you say. You're the voice of reason.

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    Keep Tyrus, he does not affect cap space for next year. Acquiring 2 centers may mean that Brad Miller could be leaving as well, maybe the T-Mac deal is back on or maybe the Bulls are going after Amare again. Pay attention tomorrow.

  • I believe Elson isn't available to play with an injury.. so it would basically give us Kurt Thomas for now. Not exciting, but I know it's about the summer..

  • Agree. Makes sense if they're moving Tyrus too. Maybe that's the reason why Sekou Smith termed it "close to complicated"

  • Wow and now it's OFFICIAL....There better be a second deal coming tomorrow.

  • are people forgetting he has an extra year basically? the bucks take on extra salary when they cant afford it.. this sounds like a really really fair deal.. but! if we get warrick instead of kurt then tgis deal is a steal.. there probably was a 30% chance salmons left ..everyteam wudd pass on him next year n go younger and bigger name..everyone should be happy in this deal.. salmins wuddve got killed or threatned for ruinin the bulls shot at 2010.. can we move pargo n tyrus next ? pleaseeee -_-

  • Assuming the Bulls did get Hakim Warrick, then this could be the Bulls next move.

    To Bulls: Roger Mason Jr., Theo Ratliff and a draft pick
    To Spurs: Tyrus Thomas

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.php?tradeid=5478768

    The Bulls basically stay the same, but create better cap room for the summer.

  • Excellent trade. Not only did they take care of summer FA flexibility, but now that they are no longer desperate the Bulls have the upper hand when looking at other trades, since they can do nothing and be perfectly happy. Now Chicago can ignore Houston's absurd tyrannical demands for McGrady and will only move valuable pieces like Tyrus (who they want to trade) or Kirk (who they don't) if they get fair value. Paxson doesn't have the balls, but now that we can breathe a sigh of relief how sweet would Deng and Hinrich for Amar'e and Earl Clark be? 1- it bolsters a gimpy front line 2-Dwayne fits perfectly in that lineup if Amare opts in and 3- there's room for two max deals if he opts out. Is a draft pick or Tyrus for an expiring enough to make Phoenix bite, now that they see they're on the verge of getting stuck with him?

  • I love when people make the "who's making that up" argument. It's like the Bulls are just going to play with 4 players for the minutes that Salmons would have played. Or the Bulls will concede possessions every once in awhile, give the ball to other team, with the explanation that this is the possession in which we would have ran a play for Salmons. So since he's no longer here, no one else can take a shot.
    Anyone who makes that argument is beyond ridiculous!

  • JOHN SALMONS TRADE HAS CHANGED!!!

    From 1250 sportsradio in Milwaukee:

    They are saying through their sources that that the trade has changed, as previously reported.

    This is now the trade.

    To Bulls: Hakim Warrick and Joe Alexander
    To Bucks: John Salmons

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.php?tradeid=5479068

  • In reply to MrHappy:

    if this is the trade then tyrus is gone tomorrow .. its good to know its over but i did enjoy him putting on amazing highlights here n there .. he isnt a bum n thats the last line i gotta say about him.. just hope we can get a big shooting guard who is good for 3 n plays tough defense ..

  • Does anybody have any idea what planet Mr. Happy is from. Is there a planet Clueless.

  • This is all we needed to do. The Bulls want to be as competitive as possible this season, but still have room for 1 max going into the summer.

    We have accomplished that and retain Deng, Hinrich and Tyrus as sign and trade assets to sign a second max free agent or to use our cap space to sign and trade for 2 of them.

    We are still in great shape to be a if not the major player this summer.

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