Category: Bulls Offseason Options

Bulls have several options, roster decisions to make

Bulls have several options, roster decisions to make
Before the Chicago Bulls can begin chasing free-agent shooting guards such as Jason Richardson and Jamal Crawford or possible trade targets like O.J. Mayo or Courtney Lee, they will have several decisions to make on the current roster. As it stands now, the roster features nine players under guaranteed contracts — 10 once draft pick... Read more »

Dwight Howard talks 'tough position' with Magic

Dwight Howard talks 'tough position' with Magic
With NBA stars such as LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh changing teams the past year, many have believed up next is Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard. While the Bulls were unable to cash in on a big-name superstar during last summer’s free-agent frenzy, there’s renewed hope that they could be a viable destination... Read more »

Bulls' two-guard conundrum: Trades edition

The Bulls need an upgrade at two-guard. That’s something we can all agree on. The only question, however, is how the Bulls will go about acquiring one. They can do it via free agency, with notable two-guards such as Jason Richardson, Jamal Crawford, J.R. Smith. And even guys like Caron Butler, Josh Howard and Mike... Read more »
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Bulls could spend conservatively

The Bulls have some holes to plug this offseason, one of them being shooting guard. But, by now, you’ve already heard that. ESPNChicago’s Nick Friedell wrote Wednesday that he believes it’s doubtful the Bulls will make a deal on Draft night, which is June 30. Here’s why: “The last thing they want to do is... Read more »

Draft night deal for the Bulls unlikely; no Mayo?

There’s no question that the Bulls have some room for improvement heading into next season. The question is: Where, when and how will the Bulls acquire the help they need? Don’t expect a Draft night trade, though. ESPNChicago’s Nick Friedell writes: “It’s doubtful the Bulls will make a major move on draft night. The last... Read more »

Bulls exploring Boozer trade, of course

Bulls exploring Boozer trade, of course
After a 13-point, 10-rebound per game average during these playoffs, there’s no question the Bulls aren’t happy with Carlos Boozer, who was given a big five-year contract last offseason. Sure, they’d love to trade him. But that isn’t likely. Still, rumors are floating around that the Bulls are exploring trades for the 6-9 forward, who... Read more »
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Chicago Bulls' in-house two guard options

Since the Bulls’ season came to a jarring halt — five-game defeat to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals — we’ve looked at free agent options for the Bulls this offseason. At two guard, of course. Jason Richardson, Jamal Crawford and J.R. Smith are the prominant free agent options. Caron Butler, Mike Dunleavy,... Read more »

Monta Ellis to Bulls? Don't count on it

Here’s your daily rumor regarding a shooting guard and the Bulls. This one comes from the Bay Area. How would you like Monta Ellis running backcourt with MVP Derrick Rose? It would look filthy. But don’t think you’re going to like the price — at least the way it’s being rumored. Tim Kawakami of the... Read more »

Keep an eye out for Rip

On Saturday, ESPN’s Chris Broussard reported on a three-team deal between the Cleveland Cavaliers, Detroit Pistons and Minnesota Timberwolves. As constructed, it would send the No. 2 and 8 picks to the Cavaliers, who would send the latter pick to Minnesota for the No. 2 pick. Kyrie Irving and Derrick Williams in year two of... Read more »
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