Category: Trade rumors

Trading for LaMarcus Aldridge or Kevin Love in 2014

The Chicago Bulls are likely done for the summer. Today they'll introduce Dunleavy at a press conference in Deerfield and perhaps will sign one additional player to the veteran minimum somewhere down the line if they don't keep Malcom Thomas who's on a non guaranteed deal and presently playing for the summer league squad...

LaMarcus Aldridge and Thomas Robinson attached to the Bulls rumor mill

LaMarcus Aldridge wants to land in Chicago, and the Bulls covet Thomas Robinson. Chicago is also discussing an extension with Luol Deng, except that they're not...

Reggie Rose rips into the Bulls lack of movement

Reggie Rose decided the trade deadline was a nice time to vent about the Bulls lack of movement and changes. He vents the frustrations of the common fan claiming the Bulls haven't put enough around Rose to win a championship...
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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...

Don't trade Boozer for Bargnani

Mark Stein reporeted on ESPN that the Bulls and Raptors are talking about swapping Boozer and Bargnani. K.C. Johnson said the Bulls initiated the talks but a trade is unlikely. Good...

Can the Chicago Bulls acquire a backup center at the trade deadline?

With Joakim Noah suffering from plantar fasciitis and Carlos Boozer still showing some lingering effects of the sore hamstring, the Bulls sure look like they could use another big man. Nazr Mohammed and Vladamir Radmanovic haven't shown even a glimmer of hope in terms of contributing, and the Bulls lack the money to sign someone to the veteran minimum right now [at least as best I can calculate]...
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Be careful what you wish for, don't trade Carlos Boozer

I get it. Carlos Boozer's lousy on defense. He turns the ball over on offense. He shrinks in the moment. He's inconsistent. He's not worth his salary. He's a bumslayer who only performs against lousy teams, and he'll let you down in the playoffs. Don't trade Carlos Boozer...

The case for and against O.J. Mayo

I view O.J. Mayo as one of the most overhyped prospects in the NBA. He was viewed as future NBA superstar in high school. He played well in his single season in college, and was drafted with the third overall pick in 2008. Due to a huge amount of minutes and possessions, he posted strong raw numbers his first two seasons in the NBA...

Bulls trade Korver for second rounder and...

The Bulls have reportedly traded Kyle Korver for a second round pick to the Atlanta Hawks via Minnesota. Several questions still seem unresolved at the moment, but however they're resolved, this seems like a good move for the Bulls in terms of retaining flexibility...
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Bulls need to make a run at Dwight Howard and do it fast

The Brooklyn Nets are making traction on a Dwight Howard deal centered around MarShon Brooks, Brook Lopez, and draft picks with Kris Humphries being picked up by Cleveland to save Orlando the salary. Chicago needs to step in and block this trade for a couple of reasons...