Coby White has not only broken his career-high point total in three straight games, but he’s also broken a heap of NBA records.
This All-Star weekend, Bulls brass should spend less time focusing on the festivities happening on their home court and think more about why they won’t be involved.
Zach LaVine of the Chicago Bulls has strangely strangely been left off of the Team USA Olympic Preliminary Roster.
From a player who was fighting for minutes over a non-guaranteed player just a month ago to a reliable wing who is now setting career highs almost every night, the strides in Chandler Hutchison’s development as an NBA player have been impressive.
Listen to the Bulls On Tap interview with K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago
Analyzing a few names the Bulls should consider drafting in 2020.
From the coaches to the advisers to the executives to the owners, changes must be made.
Breaking down why Zach LaVine deserves more credit, why he has the ability to be great, and why he does not deserve the harsh criticism he has received over his tenure with the Bulls.
In a victory on Monday night against the Sacramento Kings, Lauri Markkanen resembled the multi-dimensional stretch forward that we have become so accustomed to.
With injuries to rotational wings and a visibly lackluster offense, this upcoming stretch of games will be Denzel Valentine’s time to shine if he is given the opportunity.