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A common perception of Jerry Reinsdorf, chairman of the board of the Bulls ownership group, is that he’s cheap. That the Bulls are simply a cash cow where winning titles isn’t important, and only the bottom line is. In order to discuss whether this is true or not I’ve focused on Forbes’ Business of Basketball... Read more »
Ben Gordon stakes out his claim as the first player in the history of the NBA to take the qualifying offer and benefit. What does this say about the acrimonious contract negotiations over the past two years? How did the Bulls fail to capitalize on him as an asset within the organization? First, let’s start... Read more »
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