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Did the Bulls improve their team at the NBA trade deadline?

The NBA trade deadline has come and gone and joining Justin to break down the action is WGN’s Mark Carman. Mark talks about why the Bulls traded Taj Gibson and Doug McDermott to Oklahoma City for Cameron Payne, the Bulls victory over the Phoenix Suns tonight and if the team has enough to make the playoffs. 44 more words


Westerlund: Bulls Praise Fred Hoiberg's Growth While Continuing To Put Him In Precarious Position

By Cody Westerlund–

CHICAGO (CBS) — One of the drawbacks of the rebuild-on-the-fly/remain-competitive approach that the Bulls have taken in the past couple years has been the precarious position the organization has placed second-year coach Fred Hoiberg in. 996 more words


Bulls flat-line at the deadline, wave goodbye to Gibson, McDermott, and a future pick

Well the trade deadline has come and gone, with no superstars swapping teams on the final day. To the delight of many Bulls fans, Gar Forman and John Paxson were able to complete a trade to avoid sitting on their hands yet another year. 679 more words

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Bulls need to change the image of their organization

Reading all the possible trades that were going to happen involving Jimmy Butler and various other players, I couldn’t help to think that they are so beyond help right now. 469 more words


Do Your Job - A Fond Look Back at Thibs

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what is wrong with our Bulls. While there are way more questions than answers (Why hasn’t Jimmy Butler been traded? 764 more words

Baffoe: The Bulls Don't Respect You

By Tim Baffoe–

(CBS) They know you’ll keep showing up. You’ll keep buying merchandise. They don’t really seem to care that their TV numbers have dipped considerably… 995 more words


Report: Jobs Of Bulls' John Paxson, Gar Forman Remain Safe

(CBS) As the inconsistent Bulls reside in a land of battling for the final Eastern Conference playoff spots with no realistic championship aspirations, speculation has swirled regarding the future of many involved in the organization, including management. 453 more words