Posts tagged "jimmy butler"

Olympic Bulls: Três Touros no Rio

Olympic Bulls: Três Touros no Rio
Summer basketball is a scare. For most casual fans — and franchise owners — fatigue and the possibility of a freak injury often outweigh any intrinsic benefits of watching basketball during the NBA’s quiet season. On top of all that, USA basketball has been dominating international competition since the inclusion of professionals in 1992, even... Read more »

The Bulls, Their Defense And Three Concerns

The Bulls, Their Defense And Three Concerns
Ever since the Bulls remodeled their roster, the primary concern has been how coach Fred Hoiberg can blend his rotations in order to create an efficient offense. Given the fit of the roster, offensive cohesion may take some time to develop, but something that’s been overlooked has been the roster build and the potential ramifications... Read more »

How The Bulls Should Use Dwyane Wade

How The Bulls Should Use Dwyane Wade
It’s been a week and I’m still confused about the signing of star guard Dwyane Wade. The bizarre thought of Wade no longer wearing a Miami Heat jersey is only matched by trying to decipher how the three-time NBA champion will fit alongside the Bulls’ lone All-Star, Jimmy Butler, and newly acquired point guard Rajon... Read more »
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Wade, The Bulls And Three Concerns

Wade, The Bulls And Three Concerns
The NBA landscape continues its trend of dramatic shifts, and today, the Bulls were right in the center of it. After agreeing to terms on a two-year, $28 million deal with free agent point guard Rajon Rondo, the Bulls have done the unthinkable. Somehow, general manager Gar Forman concocted a sales pitch that convinced Dwyane... Read more »

The Bulls' Interest In Wade And Rondo Makes No Sense

The Bulls' Interest In Wade And Rondo Makes No Sense
Day one of free agency is done, and thus far, it’s brought upon the exit of Joakim Noah and E’Twaun Moore, further speculation of Pau Gasol’s new destination, and bizarre reports suggesting that the Bulls have interests in signing one of Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo. A dominant ball handler, lapsing defensive effort and without... Read more »

Why Wait For 2017?

Why Wait For 2017?
Free agency has begun, but thus far, the only activity involving the Chicago Bulls are reports of current players being courted by opposition teams. This was to be expected. As reported by K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, the Bulls planned to play it coy in the upcoming free agency period, with eyes firmly set... Read more »
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Dennis Podman - Ep. 22: The Draft & Free Agency with K.C. Johnson

Dennis Podman - Ep. 22: The Draft & Free Agency with K.C. Johnson
This week on Dennis Podman, Mark and Morten had the pleasure of being joined by K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop), Chicago Bulls Beat Reporter for the Chicago Tribune. Discussing the 2016 NBA Draft and free agency period, K.C. offers his insight on arguably the most important offseason the Bulls have faced in some time. Be sure to... Read more »

Mark's Mailbag: 2016 NBA Draft and Free Agency

Mark's Mailbag: 2016 NBA Draft and Free Agency
In the first edition of the mailbag, I thought it would be an opportune time to gauge the pulse of the fan base and to answer any pressing questions that exist ahead of the 2016 NBA Draft and free agency period. At the crossroads with significant changes required, the following month will prove to be... Read more »

Jimmy Butler To Represent Bulls At NBA Draft Lottery

Jimmy Butler To Represent Bulls At NBA Draft Lottery
If reading between the lines is your jam, Jimmy Butler will remain a Bull next season. According to reports from K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, Jimmy Butler will be representing the Chicago Bulls at next week’s NBA draft lottery, which will take place on May 17 in New York. Typically, news of a two-time... Read more »
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How Jimmy Butler Can Continue To Improve

How Jimmy Butler Can Continue To Improve
To this day, attempting to comprehend how Jimmy Butler managed to transform himself from a fringe role player to a fully fledged All-Star is a difficult task. Given how far he’s come, it’s hard to imagine that Butler can continue to build his game as he embarks on his prime years. At some point, the... Read more »