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Bulls Show 47: Snell What the Bulls are Cookin’?

We 3-man weave our way through Thursday night's NBA draft and discuss whether the Bulls' picks were the right fit for the team. We also take a look at other noteworthy events of the past week including the blockbuster Nets/Celtics trade, Dwight Howard's free agency, LaMarcus Aldridge's "trade request" and "the return"... of JL3? Bulls Show 47: Snell What the Bulls are Cookin'? Subscribe to The Bulls Show on ...

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Best and Worst Picks of the 2013 NBA Draft

The 2013 NBA Draft occurred on Thursday June 29 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The Cleveland Cavaliers shocked the world by picking UNLV forward Anthony Bennett with the first pick, and the draft went wild after that with surprise picks and trades. Here are the best and worst of the day. WORST PICKS Cleveland Cavaliers – Anthony Bennett, UNLV -No one quite knew who the Cavaliers were going to ...

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Bulls Show 46: Offseason Chatter with K.C. Johnson

We are back with the first episode in over a month and we've brought along special guest KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. We run the gamut of offseason topics - from free agency to the draft to of course, Derrick Rose. If you're missing the Bulls (or just want to cure your hangover from celebrating the Blackhawks Stanley Cup victory last night), we got you covered. It's never too early to start thinking a ...

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The Luol Deng Conundrum Part 2: Trade Options

Since I wrote Part 1 of the Luol Deng Conundrum there has been an update on Deng’s wrist. Deng has chose to forgo surgery on a torn ligament in his left wrist for a second straight summer, meaning he’ll play another full season with the injury. Deng’s decision to pass on surgery didn’t come as a surprise last offseason since he opted to represent Great Britain in the Summer Olympics, but this offseason it’s ...

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The Luol Deng Conundrum Part 1: To Trade or Not To Trade

The 2012-13 NBA season was a crazy year for the Chicago Bulls to say the least. Despite a medically-cleared Derrick Rose sitting out the entire season and a slew of missed games from key players (Kirk Hinrich-22, Taj Gibson- 17, Joakim Noah-16) and not so key players (Richard Hamilton-32), the Bulls stuck true to their mantra and fought their way to a 45-37 record. Coach Tom Thibodeau led his team of outcas ...

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Bulls Draft Profile: Marquis Teague

On Thursday's draft, the Chicago Bulls select Kentucky point guard, Marquis Teague with the 29th pick. Teague, 19, is leaving the Wildcats after his freshman year, where UK won the National Championship, along with #1 overall pick, Anthony Davis. He was the fourth Kentucky player selected in the first round. Teague is a high endurance, explosive point guard with excellent court vision. He can dunk the ball ...

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The Lockout is Driving Me Mirotic

The lockout is driving me Mirotic! Well, I shouldn't use that as a pun, because others may not get the pronunciation right. You may or may not know that the FIBA EuroLeague Basketball championships are being played right now. The official FIBA page is kind of flaky, maybe that has something to do with international filters? I'm not sure, that's why I just took a screen-shot of the site just in case. Take a ...

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