1. Dwyane Wade Wishes He Could've Played with Kobe Bryant

    Several hours before the start of Game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena, Chicago Bulls guard Dwyane Wade took some time to answer questions on Twitter...

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  2. Dwyane Wade Reportedly Met with Bulls Management, Had 'Positive' Talks

    Chicago Bulls guard Dwyane Wade and team management had a "positive" meeting Saturday as the deadline for his player option for the 2017-18 season approaches. K.C...

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  3. Jimmy Butler Says He Wants to Stay with Bulls Amid Lakers, Celtics Rumors

    Chicago Bulls All-Star Jimmy Butler says he doesn't want to leave the only franchise he's ever played for...

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  4. Dwyane Wade Rumored to Be Expected to Pick Up Contract Option to Stay with Bulls

    Dwyane Wade is reportedly expected to pick up his second-year option to remain with the Chicago Bulls for the 2017-18 season. Responding to a fan question, K.C...

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  5. Rajon Rondo Says Bulls Would Have Swept Celtics If He Hadn't Injured Thumb

    The Chicago Bulls went 2-0 against the Boston Celtics at TD Garden in Round 1 of the 2017 NBA playoffs when Rajon Rondo was healthy...

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  6. Fred Hoiberg Won't Be Fired, 'Good Chance' Rajon Rondo Returns, Per John Paxson

    Despite a disappointing 2016-17 season on the court, Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg will be back next season...

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  7. Should the Chicago Bulls Run It Back or Blow It Up?

    It never mattered how the Chicago Bulls would wrap their first-round playoff series with the Boston Celtics . Win or lose, competitive or not, the end result was always a precursor to ground-floor self-reflection...

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  8. Biggest Offseason Priorities and Targets for Chicago Bulls

    For five weeks, the Chicago Bulls set aside their season-long drama and played some of the NBA 's best basketball. They won nine of their final 13 games to sneak into the playoffs as the Eastern Conference's No...

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  9. Bobby Portis Played 2 Months with 3rd-Degree Burn on Foot After Heat Pack Injury

    Chicago Bulls forward Bobby Portis revealed Saturday that he played with a third-degree burn on his foot for two months this season. According to ESPN...

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  10. Bulls' Robin Lopez Brings His Dog to Exit Interview

    Robin Lopez has made many foes—twin brother Brook , Serge Ibaka and mascots —during his NBA career. But when conducting exit interviews following the Chicago Bulls ' postseason elimination, he sought support from a fluffy ally...

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  11. Dwyane Wade Said He 'Definitely Didn't Agree' with Chants to Fire Fred Hoiberg

    Chicago Bulls shooting guard Dwyane Wade told reporters Saturday he wasn't pleased with chants that rang out at United Center on Friday evening advocating for the front office to fire head coach Fred Hoiberg...

    Alec Nathan Written by Alec Nathan about 7 months ago 34,060 reads 0 comments

  12. Dwyane Wade, Jimmy Butler Talk Bulls Future; Fans Chant to Fire Fred Hoiberg

    After two disappointing seasons, Chicago Bulls fans are fed up with head coach Fred Hoiberg . Chants of "fire Hoiberg " rained down upon the United Center as the Bulls were eliminated Friday in an embarrassing 105-83 loss to the Boston Celtics ...

    Tyler Conway Written by Tyler Conway about 7 months ago 9,655 reads 0 comments

  13. Rajon Rondo Unlikely to Play for Bulls vs. Celtics in Potential Game 7

    Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg revealed on Friday that point guard Rajon Rondo would be unable to play in Game 6 against the Boston Celtics on Friday night and likely won't be able to play if the Bulls force a Game 7 as well, per A...

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  14. Rajon Rondo Will Not Play for Bulls vs. Celtics Game 6 Due to Wrist Injury

    The Chicago Bulls have ruled out point guard Rajon Rondo for Friday's Game 6 vs. the Boston Celtics , per Nick Friedell of ESPN.com...

    Tyler Conway Written by Tyler Conway about 7 months ago 6,792 reads 0 comments

  15. Dwyane Wade Says Bulls Had No Hot Water in Showers After Loss to Celtics

    The Chicago Bulls are a loss away from playoff elimination after falling to the Boston Celtics 108-97 at TD Garden on Wednesday, but it appears the defeat wasn't the coldest fate Chicago players encountered in Boston...

    Zac Wassink Written by Zac Wassink about 7 months ago 48,269 reads 0 comments

  16. Rajon Rondo out for Game 5 vs. Celtics with Thumb Injury

    Chicago Bulls guard Rajon Rondo said he would miss the team's Game 5 matchup against the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night after an X-ray showed no change in his fractured right thumb, according to Jay King of MassLive...

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  17. Rajon Rondo Reportedly Will 'Attempt' to Play in Bulls vs. Celtics Game 5

    The Chicago Bulls may receive a much-needed boost at the point guard position for Wednesday's Game 5 against the Boston Celtics ...

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  18. Rajon Rondo Fined $25K for Tripping Jae Crowder During Celtics vs. Bulls Game 3

    Chicago Bulls guard Rajon Rondo was fined $25,000 Sunday for attempting to trip Boston Celtics forward Jae Crowder while sitting on the bench during Chicago's 104-87 loss in Game 3 of the teams' first-round NBA playoffs matchup Friday...

    Tyler Conway Written by Tyler Conway about 7 months ago 22,737 reads 0 comments

  19. Rajon Rondo Out Indefinitely with Thumb Injury

    Chicago Bulls guard Rajon Rondo suffered a right thumb fracture that will sideline him amid the team's playoff run. The Bulls announced Friday the point guard won't need surgery for the injury...

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  20. Jimmy Butler Is Leading No. 8 Bulls to Historic Heights vs. Top-Seeded Celtics

    The eighth-seeded Bulls were barely hanging on a prayer as they made the 2017 NBA Playoffs, and sights were even dimmer as they had to face the Celtics . Now the tables have turned...

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  21. Dwyane Wade Says Even Bulls Didn't Expect to Be Up 2-0 in Celtics Series

    Chicago Bulls shooting guard Dwyane Wade admitted Thursday even players inside the Bulls locker room are a little surprised they grabbed a 2-0 first-round series lead over the Boston Celtics on the road...

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  22. Craig Hodges Says He Tried to Convince Michael Jordan to Boycott Finals Game

    Former NBA guard Craig Hodges wanted Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson to boycott an NBA Finals game between the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers in 1991...

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  23. Chicago Bulls Just 2nd Team to Start Playoff Series 2-0 in Boston

    The Chicago Bulls outscored the Boston Celtics in all four quarters of Game 2 in Boston on Tuesday, taking a 2-0 series lead...

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  24. Bulls Became Second No. 8 Seed to Go Up 2-0 on a No. 1 Seed in Playoff History

    Fact: The Bulls beat the Celtics 111-97 on Tuesday night, giving them a 2-0 series lead. They became just the second No. 8 seed to go up 2-0 on a No. 1 seed in playoff history, joining the 1992-93 Lakers ...

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  25. Bulls Rout Celtics 111-97 to Take 2-0 Series Lead in 2017 NBA Playoffs

    Since the NBA moved to a 16-team playoff format in 1984, a No. 1 seed has only been eliminated in the first round five times. The Boston Celtics have their work cut out to avoid becoming the sixth...

    Tyler Conway Written by Tyler Conway about 7 months ago 61,655 reads 0 comments