Posts in category "Bulls free agency news"

Bulls nearing deal with Nate Robinson

Bulls nearing deal with Nate Robinson
After signing Kirk Hinrich to fill in as the starting point guard while Derrick Rose recovers from a torn ACL, the Chicago Bulls turned their attention toward finding a backup for Hinrich. They seemed to find one Monday when the organization was reportedly putting the final touches on an agreement with free agent Nate Robinson.... Read more »

Bulls reach deal with Vladimir Radmanovic

Bulls reach deal with Vladimir Radmanovic
With the uncertain future of Omer Asik and Luol Deng possibly set to miss a large chunk of next season, the Chicago Bulls’ first official free-agent move was to shore up the frontcourt. The Bulls have signed forward Vladimir Radmanovic, the team announced on Thursday afternoon. Both parties reached agreement on a one-year contract worth... Read more »

O.J. Mayo appears a longshot for Bulls

O.J. Mayo appears a longshot for Bulls
Leading up to the 2008 NBA draft, there were lengthy discussions about the possibility of O.J. Mayo being drafted by the Miami Heat with the No. 2 overall pick. The 6-foot-4 guard ended up going to the Memphis Grizzlies with the No. 3 pick, but he tantalized observers with his scoring ability at USC and... Read more »
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Rip Hamilton a sound upgrade for Bulls

Rip Hamilton a sound upgrade for Bulls
The Bulls’ well-documented acquisition of Rip Hamilton was made official on Wednesday night, signalling the end of their search for an upgrade at shooting guard. Once Hamilton had been waived by the Detroit Pistons on Monday, he was free to join a team of his choice, but it has been no secret that his desired... Read more »

Bulls Notes: Rip Hamilton signing likely coming Wednesday

Bulls Notes: Rip Hamilton signing likely coming Wednesday
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the Bulls are set to land their well-documented free-agent target in the coming days. In a formality, the Detroit Pistons officially waived Rip Hamilton on Monday, agreeing to a buyout that will save the team $8 million in cap space during the next two seasons. Once Hamilton clears waivers, he can... Read more »

Kurt Thomas leaves Bulls for Blazers

As the Bulls wait for Rip Hamilton to clear waivers, they lost a valuable piece from a season ago. Veteran center Kurt Thomas has signed a two-year contract with the Portland Trail Blazers, the team announced on Sunday. “We’re excited to be adding the experience, toughness and veteran leadership that Kurt will provide for our... Read more »
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Cross Jason Richardson off Bulls' two-guard target list

Although Jason Richardson said this summer that his main priority at this stage in his career is to compete for an NBA championship, the veteran shooting will re-sign with the Orlando Magic, general manager Otis Smith announced on Saturday. According to Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Richardson signed a four-year, $25 million contract to remain with the... Read more »

Bulls narrow list of two-guard targets

Bulls narrow list of two-guard targets
While plenty of rumors have surrounded Eastern Conference contenders such as the Miami Heat, New York Knicks and Boston Celtics, the Chicago Bulls had been fairly quiet during the early stages of free agency. It had been hard to get a read on which direction Bulls management would decide to go in its search for... Read more »

Bulls' rumored trade for Jamal Crawford unlikely

Bulls' rumored trade for Jamal Crawford unlikely
With the free-agency period officially starting on Dec. 9, there have been plenty of rumors swirling around the NBA. Many of the them recently have been about Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard and New Orleans Hornets guard Chris Paul, two players whose uncertain futures have put their respective teams and front offices in limbo. Over... Read more »
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Bulls unlikely to land a restricted free agent

After the NBA permitted each team to speak with player agents last week, league executives and coaches were allowed to take the free-agency period to the next level on Monday morning, when, according to various reports, front-office personnel and coaches are permitted to start talking to players — and free agents — around the league.... Read more »
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