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Cash Considerations Podcast: Are the Bulls a sleeping giant?

On the latest episode of Cash Considerations, Ricky and Jason talk about Michael Pina’s sunny Bulls column over at SB Nation, which pegs them as a potential team of the future in the Eastern Conference. We then discuss The...

Bulls’ young core gets little respect from 538’s CARMELO projections

The Bulls have garnered some optimism thanks to their stellar offseason moves, Otto Porter Jr. and a young core that seems to have a fair amount of potential. Zach LaVine and Lauri Markkanen have shown legitimate flashes of excellence,...

Cash Considerations Podcast: Sean Highkin’s Summer League Report

The latest episode of Cash Considerations features special guest Sean Highkin, who was out in Las Vegas covering Summer League for NBC Sports Chicago and Bleacher Report. Before getting into Summer League observations, we discuss the most recent Chicago...

Cash Considerations Podcast: Coby White and Q&A

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Observations from the Bulls 2019 Summer League, featuring two promising rookies

The Chicago Bulls adventures in the 2019 Las Vegas Summer League didn’t end with a title like it did in the glorious 2016 campaign. The 2019 squad went 2-3 and lost their consolation game to the Orlando Magic on...

Cash Considerations Podcast: Westbrook trade and 2021 Plan and Summer League, oh my

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John Paxson says Bulls won’t take a real shot to acquire Russell Westbrook

Bulls financial-steward-for-life John Paxson has made some media rounds this week. Most of it was uneventful outside of some truly weird praise of Jim Boylen’s communication skills with the kids today (just don’t ask him to communicate well on...

Bulls receiving praise for offseason moves from smart people (and us). That’s weird.

The Bulls offseason has been an embodiment of the Alonzo Mourning meme...they continue to be pathetic, especially in a big glamour market, at even considering top talent...but they have done a nice job operating in that lower tier to...

Bulls trade rumor includes Kris Dunn for Justin Holiday

The Chicago Tribune’s KC Johnson threw in a trade rumor at the end of his weekend Summer League coverage involving some familiar faces: league sources said Dunn is available for the right price. In fact, the Bulls, sources said, have...

Bulls contract details: Gafford, Satoransky, Harrison, and Lemon Jr.

Some Bulls work around the margins this weekend: Daniel Gafford Chicago Bulls 2019 second round pick Daniel Gafford has made a heck of an impression early on in his Bulls career, as the Bulls signed him to a 4 year...

Summer League starts today, here’s a whole roster breakdown

With the Chicago Bulls tipping off their Summer League adventures on July 5th, let’s take a look at the roster they will be trotting out in Vegas this summer. As per usual we will break down the guys who...

Wendell Carter Jr. to undergo surgery to repair core muscle injury

The Bulls’ offseason had been full of good vibes as of Wednesday morning. Their moves have been lauded by local (including myself and Ricky) and national pundits alike, setting up optimism heading into the 2019-20 season. But the Bulls...

Cash Considerations Podcast: The Bulls are killing free agency

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Bulls sign Luke Kornet to be team’s backup center

Another signing for the Bulls, hours after retaining a guy who provided some interesting minutes on a bad team last year in Ryan Arcidiacono, they took one from the New York Knicks. That’s right, Luke ‘The UniKorn’ Kornet is...

Bulls free agency day 3 may include a Kris Dunn trade

The Bulls struck on both days of NBA Free Agency so far, landing Thaddeus Young on the first night and then Tomas Satoransky early the next morning. These are good signings! Even notoriously cynical BlogABull Dot Com thinks so....

The Bulls actually had a pretty good free agency

The famous Chicago philosopher Kanye West once said “you’ve got to crawl before you ball”. The Bulls have applied that thinking to the start of free agency with two value signings that should mercifully elevate the team from the...

Bulls to acquire Tomas Satoransky

It was wild first day of free agency, with the Bulls getting reserve forward Thaddeus Young but there still remaining a hole at the PG position. Chicago of course wasn’t playing with the top levels of the market, and...

Bulls sign Thaddeus Young to 3-year deal

The Bulls may be shamefully electing to sit out the top levels of free agency tonight, but they did make a quick strike. First reported by Chris Haynes of Yahoo!, the Bulls are signing forward Thaddeus Young to a...

Bulls Free Agency starts today. They’ve already driven one target into retirement

NBA Free Agency officially starts at 5pm central today. Of course, the idea that teams are waiting to make plans has been thrown out the window. And it looks like especially in this year there has been early ‘reports’...

Enes Kanter is a Chicago Bulls free agent target (?)

The Chicago Bulls are in the market for a veteran backup big man. Earlier this week it was Julius Randle hearing his name connected with the Bulls. Now it’s the outspoken 27-year-old former Portland Trail Blazer, New York Knick, (among...

It shouldn’t be acceptable that the Chicago Bulls sit out top levels of free...

The Bulls preemptively sending signals that they won’t be even interested in going after high-level (or even medium-level?) free agents this summer already was noted earlier this week. But I have been inspired since then by angry commenters to...