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Eric Gordon to the Bulls makes a whole lot of sense

Eric Gordon to the Bulls makes a whole lot of sense
It's not as sexy as the Kevin Love plan, but since a successful trade requires two teams to agree and a player to want to go to his new destination, we can't hitch our hopes to just one potential move. The Eric Gordon plan seems fraught with peril, but it actually fits awfully well into what the Bulls could do over the next few years...

Will trades solve the Bulls problems? Not likely

The Bulls options are fairly limited and as the team has started off looking like a poor man's version of itself so far fans are loooking at how it can address the same ole issues...

Eric Gordon, Josh Smith, and J.J. Redick are available, are the Bulls interested?

With the trade deadline approaching, the Bulls should look at the potential to achieve any one of three or four different goals. A failure to achieve a goal isn't a failure by the front office though as frequently there's no possible method to achieve your goals. If there was then 30 teams would hoist the championship trophy every year...
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Correcting some of my misconceptions of Bulls flexibility; Lakers land Nash; Howard still in play

I have probably perpetuated some of these myths, but after doing some further information on the Bulls salary cap situation, their flexibility is more limited than I thought. A combination of rules and guarantee dates means the Bulls are a bit more limited in what they can attempt to pull off...

Does Pau Gasol make sense for Chicago?

Does Pau Gasol make sense for Chicago?
Sam Smith noted in his column a couple of days ago that Pau Gasol would love to play for the Bulls and that the Lakers star center doesn't get along with Kobe Bryant at all. The Lakers would likely consider moving Gasol due to contract and overlapped value with Bynum alone, but chemistry issues may force their hand even more...

Chicago Bulls @ Los Angeles Clippers, 9:30 PM WGN

The Clippers may be without point guard Baron Davis tonight, which gives the Bulls a break at just the right time. Chicago lost an embarrasing game to the Golden State Warriors just two nights ago, and Kirk Hinrich sidelined due to the flu. Not to be outdone, John Salmons ended up at the hospital with... Read more »
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