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NBA mock draft roundup: Bulls' options with 18th pick

For the first time in five years, the Chicago Bulls had no stake in the NBA Draft Lottery when slots were drawn Tuesday night. But, as owners of the 18th overall pick in the 2022 draft, the team has a vested interest in the happenings of this week's combine — whether they ultimately decide to make or trade the selection.
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There Sure is a Lot of Zach LaVine in the Latest Bulls Hype Video

The offseason-in-review video released by the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday afternoon made for quite the enjoyable look back at a rejuvenating season. I know the way the 2021-22 campaign came to an end left a sour taste in a lot of mouths, but these three minutes serve as a good reminder that this year had more memorable moments than the past four years combined. From the rise of Ayo Dosunmu to the history-making of DeMar DeRozan, Bulls basketball truly felt back for the majority of the year, and I don’t want to take that for granted.

LaVar Ball predicts Zach LaVine will leave Bulls

LaVar Ball has resurfaced once again and not just for an AT&T commercial. The infamous Ball family patriarch spoke Wednesday with David Kaplan of ESPN 1000 in Chicago and gave an ominous prediction about the Chicago Bulls, the team that LaVar’s son Lonzo plays for. “[Zach LaVine] is gone,”...

Chicago Bulls rumors: Is Deandre Ayton a realistic offseason target?

Coming off the heels of a disastrous Game 7 performance that sent the Western Conference favorite Phoenix Suns packing, the future of Deandre Ayton now appears to be as uncertain as ever. With the Chicago Bulls actively looking to upgrade at the center position, it’s certain that Ayton will pique enough interest to warrant attention on the trade market.
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NBA All-Rookie Teams: Barnes, Cunningham headline first team

The future of the NBA is in great hands after a loaded rookie class entered the league this past season. Ten of the best first-year players were honored on Wednesday night, as the NBA announced the All-Rookie first and second teams for the 2021-22 season. 2021-22 NBA All-Rookie first team:

Hoping for a Healthy Lonzo Ball, Draft Night Options, Release the Lottery Balls, and Other Bulls Bullets

You know what, I can see why Garfield hates Mondays. In case you missed it, ESPN 1000’s David Kaplan reported yesterday that the Chicago Bulls’ front office has “serious concerns” about Lonzo Ball’s ongoing knee injury. What does that mean exactly? It’s unclear, but his words suggest that the organization’s top two-way talent remains at a standstill in his recovery process.

Bulls Have Serious Lonzo Ball Concerns: NBA World Reacts

The Chicago Bulls are a bit concerned about Lonzo Ball's latest injury. Ball injured his knee during the 2021 season as he only got to play in 35 games. Per David Kaplan, the Bulls have serious concerns about Ball's right knee and that the knee isn't getting better. The Bulls front office is also concerned that he gets pain there anytime he tries to ramp up his recovery.

The Chicago Bulls should try these 3 Nikola Vucevic trades

Now that the Chicago Bulls are in full offseason mode, it’s time to look ahead. These Bulls are going to have some serious situations facing them this summer. The two big storylines are whether or not Zach LaVine will stay in Chicago or sign elsewhere, along with just how bad the health of Lonzo Ball’s knee is. While most would assume LaVine stays in Chicago due to being able to make far more money with the Bulls, losing him is still a possibility.

Could The Bulls Pursue A Trade For Nets’ Kyrie Irving?

The Brooklyn Nets and Chicago Bulls bowed out of the 2022 NBA postseason with just one win between them. The Boston Celtics swept Kyrie Irving and the Nets, exposing their need for a quality center and improved defense. Chicago fell short to Milwaukee in five games, let down by an uninspiring offense. Both teams will be looking to improve this offseason.

Report: Bulls have serious concerns about Lonzo Ball

The Chicago Bulls had to shut down Lonzo Ball in early April, and the team apparently has serious concerns about the point guard’s knee injury. Ball sustained a small meniscus tear in his left knee in mid-January. He tried to ramp things up as he aimed for a return later in the season, but he suffered a setback in late March. The Bulls had to shut Ball down in early April after he experienced more discomfort when he tried to ramp up again.

Bulls insider offers surprising take on Nikola Vucevic trade rumors

When you take into consideration the impending free agency of Zach LaVine, the multitude of potential trade avenues worth exploring, and the decisions to be made regarding the No. 18 pick in the 2022 NBA Draft, this offseason looks to be a particularly turbulent time for your Chicago Bulls. Perhaps most uncertain of all, however, is what lies in store for Chicago’s incumbent starting big man and two-time All-Star Nikola Vucevic.

Chicago Bulls 2021-22 Player Grades: Lonzo Ball

Lonzo Ball was the glue that held the Chicago Bulls together before he suffered a season-ending injury. He was pushing the team to new heights when in action, but his absence was a major reason for the Bulls’ late-season struggles. Coming to Chicago after two seasons with the Pelicans,...

Bulls concerned about PG Lonzo Ball's surgically repaired knee

Ball had surgery in January to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee. After surgery, the expected recovery time had the point guard returning to the court within six to eight weeks. However, the 24-year-old has faced multiple setbacks during his rehab. Most recently, Ball said his recovery was "at a standstill," and the possibility of another surgery during the offseason is not out off the table.