Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 104.9 27th
Rebounds Per Game 42.9 25th
Assists Per Game 21.9 27th
Points Allowed 113.4 11th
2019-20 Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Milwaukee 60 22 .732 L1
Indiana 48 34 .585 W1
Detroit 41 41 .500 W2
Chicago 22 60 .268 L3
Cleveland 19 63 .232 L10

Chicago Bulls News

  • Fansided: Chicago Bulls: Wendell Carter Jr., the man that can fly

    Former Chicago Bulls forward Bobby Portis said that Carter takes pride in his game and has the ability to make a name for himself. "He's a hard worker, puts the time in," Portis told Brandon "Scoop B" Robinson of Heavy. "One thing about basketball guys, you put the time in and dedicate yourself to the game, you're always going to rise to the top and I feel like he's one of those guys."

    Just recently, Carter went on social media to express his frustration that the Bulls, "let this city down," after winning just 22 games in the 2018-19 season.

    Former Chicago Bulls forward Bobby Portis said that Carter takes pride in his game and has the ability to make a name for himself. "He's a hard worker, puts the time in," Portis told Brandon "Scoop B" Robinson of Heavy. "One thing about basketball guys, you put the time in and dedicate yourself to the game, you're always going to rise to the top and I feel like he's one of those guys."

    Just recently, Carter went on social media to express his frustration that the Bulls, "let this city down," after winning just 22 games in the 2018-19 season.

  • Fansided: Chicago Bulls: Wendell Carter Jr. taking the next step

    The Chicago Bulls picked Carter with the seventh pick in last years draft. At 6'10 with an enormous 7-foot-4 wing span, he was drafted as a big man who could defend, shoot and play out in the open floor. Carter played the first half of last year, averaging 25 minutes a night while posting a stat line of ten points, seven rebounds and 1.3 blocks. In the 44 games Carter played, he showed flashes of the potential that many saw in his one year at Duke university.

    Built for greatness

    Carter's imposing physical gifts combined with a high basketball IQ makes him a potential Bulls cornerstone of the future.

    The Chicago Bulls picked Carter with the seventh pick in last years draft. At 6'10 with an enormous 7-foot-4 wing span, he was drafted as a big man who could defend, shoot and play out in the open floor. Carter played the first half of last year, averaging 25 minutes a night while posting a stat line of ten points, seven rebounds and 1.3 blocks. In the 44 games Carter played, he showed flashes of the potential that many saw in his one year at Duke university.

    Built for greatness

    Carter's imposing physical gifts combined with a high basketball IQ makes him a potential Bulls cornerstone of the future.

  • Fansided: Chicago Bulls: Top 10 players ever coached by Jim Boylen

    Amid the worst head coaches in the NBA right now, most would have Chicago Bulls recently extended head man Jim Boylen in the thick of the conversation. There was little to no respect for what the Bulls brought to the table around the NBA after Boylen first took over as head coach this past regular season.

    Boylen has a lot of coaching experience before he took over the head coach role with the Bulls. Before John Paxson and Gar Forman entrusted Boylen with the Bulls head coaching job post-Fred Hoiberg-era, he was a head coach at the collegiate level and assistant with numerous different NBA teams.

    Amid the worst head coaches in the NBA right now, most would have Chicago Bulls recently extended head man Jim Boylen in the thick of the conversation. There was little to no respect for what the Bulls brought to the table around the NBA after Boylen first took over as head coach this past regular season.

    Boylen has a lot of coaching experience before he took over the head coach role with the Bulls. Before John Paxson and Gar Forman entrusted Boylen with the Bulls head coaching job post-Fred Hoiberg-era, he was a head coach at the collegiate level and assistant with numerous different NBA teams.

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  • Fansided: Chicago Bulls: Tomas Satoransky proving worth with Czech Republic

    An underdog in the upcoming FIBA World Cup which includes a recently acquired Chicago Bulls guard that will be fun to watch is the Czech Republic. And that recently acquired Bulls guard (from the Washington Wizards) is the 6-foot-7 Tomas Satoransky.

    The FIBA World Cup begins in late August, with Satoransky looking to take his Czech Republic squad to new heights as a dark horse in the competition. But Satoransky will have his team facing an uphill battle against talented squads like Spain, Argentina, Canada, and especially the United States.

    On Aug. 19, the Czech Republic faced Hungary in a VTG Supercup tournament ahead of the competition in the FIBA World Cup.

    An underdog in the upcoming FIBA World Cup which includes a recently acquired Chicago Bulls guard that will be fun to watch is the Czech Republic. And that recently acquired Bulls guard (from the Washington Wizards) is the 6-foot-7 Tomas Satoransky.

    The FIBA World Cup begins in late August, with Satoransky looking to take his Czech Republic squad to new heights as a dark horse in the competition. But Satoransky will have his team facing an uphill battle against talented squads like Spain, Argentina, Canada, and especially the United States.

    On Aug. 19, the Czech Republic faced Hungary in a VTG Supercup tournament ahead of the competition in the FIBA World Cup.

  • Fansided: Chicago Bulls Trade Rumors: 3 Atlanta Hawks possible deals

    Trade rumors slowed mostly to a halt in the NBA in the past two or three weeks. The end of this cycle of free agency saw nearly half of the rosters around the NBA turnover. That means that there could be a lull in action on the trade market until about the middle of December. That's when the fireworks could really start for a team like the Chicago Bulls, and for the rest of the NBA.

    The Bulls have a lot of trade pieces to work with this coming season. If John Paxson and Gar Forman find themselves in playoff contention when the trade deadline gets closer, then pulling the trigger on making a big move that won't cost the franchise too much over the long-term could be a great idea.

    Trade rumors slowed mostly to a halt in the NBA in the past two or three weeks. The end of this cycle of free agency saw nearly half of the rosters around the NBA turnover. That means that there could be a lull in action on the trade market until about the middle of December. That's when the fireworks could really start for a team like the Chicago Bulls, and for the rest of the NBA.

    The Bulls have a lot of trade pieces to work with this coming season. If John Paxson and Gar Forman find themselves in playoff contention when the trade deadline gets closer, then pulling the trigger on making a big move that won't cost the franchise too much over the long-term could be a great idea.

  • CSN Chicago: Bears now tied for best odds to reach Super Bowl from NFC

    The Bears haven't shown what their 2019 starters can do yet this preseason, but the oddsmakers in Las Vegas seem to be on board with Matt Nagy's plans for the upcoming season.

    The money is coming in on Chicago to win the Super Bowl, and the most popular sportsbooks shifted the odds for the Bears to win the conference.

    They're now tied for the best chances to reach the Super Bowl from the NFC at both MGM and Westgate, according to CBS Sports.

    Vegas must be getting some serious money on the Bears.

    The Bears haven't shown what their 2019 starters can do yet this preseason, but the oddsmakers in Las Vegas seem to be on board with Matt Nagy's plans for the upcoming season.

    The money is coming in on Chicago to win the Super Bowl, and the most popular sportsbooks shifted the odds for the Bears to win the conference.

    They're now tied for the best chances to reach the Super Bowl from the NFC at both MGM and Westgate, according to CBS Sports.

    Vegas must be getting some serious money on the Bears.

  • Fansided: Joakim Noah Free Agency Rumors: Lakers potential landing spot?

    The former Chicago Bulls All-Star center Joakim Noah is seemingly getting interest in his services from the upstart Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference at the moment. As a former rival of LeBron James when he was in the Eastern Conference with the Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers, Noah might be becoming a teammate of his with the Lakers soon enough.

    The main reason that the Lakers are looking into centers on the free agent market all of a sudden is the news of the torn ACL to former Golden State Warriors big man DeMarcus Cousins.

    The former Chicago Bulls All-Star center Joakim Noah is seemingly getting interest in his services from the upstart Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference at the moment. As a former rival of LeBron James when he was in the Eastern Conference with the Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers, Noah might be becoming a teammate of his with the Lakers soon enough.

    The main reason that the Lakers are looking into centers on the free agent market all of a sudden is the news of the torn ACL to former Golden State Warriors big man DeMarcus Cousins.

  • Fansided: Chicago Bulls: Was Zach LaVine snubbed by Team USA?

    Chicago Bulls fans and at least one player are wondering out loud about Zach LaVine being on Team USA. The national team, who recently beat Spain 82-76 in a friendly, has had a rough summer. Numerous players have dropped out; De'Aaron Fox is the latest. An overall lack of name recognition was already fueling ceaseless jokes on social media.

    Then there was the scrimmage against the select team that resulted in a loss, Team USA's second to what essentially was the JV squad.

    His new teammate, Thaddeus Young, was selected but was cut before the final roster.

    Chicago Bulls fans and at least one player are wondering out loud about Zach LaVine being on Team USA. The national team, who recently beat Spain 82-76 in a friendly, has had a rough summer. Numerous players have dropped out; De'Aaron Fox is the latest. An overall lack of name recognition was already fueling ceaseless jokes on social media.

    Then there was the scrimmage against the select team that resulted in a loss, Team USA's second to what essentially was the JV squad.

    His new teammate, Thaddeus Young, was selected but was cut before the final roster.

  • Blog a Bull: Bulls' Coby White gets some love in NBA Rookie Survey

    NBA.com's John Schuhmann has made the NBA Rookie Survey an annual tradition, and he just released the results of the 2019-20 version. While Bulls rookie Coby White doesn't lead the pack of 42 rookies in any of the categories, he's actually tied for most categories with a vote with five. Second-round pick Carsen Edwards is the other one with five.

    Note: Players were asked not to vote for themselves, college teammates or NBA teammates. These votes were discounted.

    To the surprise of nobody, No. 1 overall pick Zion Williamson is on top of this category with 35% of the vote, edging out No.

    NBA.com's John Schuhmann has made the NBA Rookie Survey an annual tradition, and he just released the results of the 2019-20 version. While Bulls rookie Coby White doesn't lead the pack of 42 rookies in any of the categories, he's actually tied for most categories with a vote with five. Second-round pick Carsen Edwards is the other one with five.

    Note: Players were asked not to vote for themselves, college teammates or NBA teammates. These votes were discounted.

    To the surprise of nobody, No. 1 overall pick Zion Williamson is on top of this category with 35% of the vote, edging out No.

  • Fansided: Chicago Bulls: 5 toughest games in the 2019-20 season

    The Chicago Bulls are set to be in a tough spot in the 2019-20 NBA season. They're dealing with an (understandably) impatient fan base and a plethora of young up-and-comers.

    The good news for the Bulls? They have a playoff-capable roster, which is something a lot of teams don't have. The bad news? They'll play a ton of regular-season games against teams far better than them.

    Let's run through the five toughest games for the Bulls in the 2019-20 season.

    5. January 8 at New Orleans

    The Pelicans will be one of the toughest matchups for every team in the 2019-20 season.

    The Chicago Bulls are set to be in a tough spot in the 2019-20 NBA season. They're dealing with an (understandably) impatient fan base and a plethora of young up-and-comers.

    The good news for the Bulls? They have a playoff-capable roster, which is something a lot of teams don't have. The bad news? They'll play a ton of regular-season games against teams far better than them.

    Let's run through the five toughest games for the Bulls in the 2019-20 season.

    5. January 8 at New Orleans

    The Pelicans will be one of the toughest matchups for every team in the 2019-20 season.

  • Fansided: Chicago Bulls: Players that could surprisingly win KIA NBA Award

    The Chicago Bulls are hoping to bounce back from a couple of years of missing the playoffs. With key free agents and rookie additions, their fans expect the Bulls to be an up and coming young team. It is that time of year when speculation and fantasy begin to overtake every fan discussion.

    At times, things can get so absurd that people even start discussing which Bulls players on the current roster have a shot at winning an award at season's end. After all, that's why we play the game and you never know what can happen.

    The Chicago Bulls are hoping to bounce back from a couple of years of missing the playoffs. With key free agents and rookie additions, their fans expect the Bulls to be an up and coming young team. It is that time of year when speculation and fantasy begin to overtake every fan discussion.

    At times, things can get so absurd that people even start discussing which Bulls players on the current roster have a shot at winning an award at season's end. After all, that's why we play the game and you never know what can happen.

  • Fansided: Rick Barry describes Brian Scalabrine and his coaching intentions

    The BIG3 has an awesome start to the final week of the regular season at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas, TX. The first BIG3 game of the weekend in Dallas at the American Airlines Center included a former Chicago Bulls role player, forward Brian Scalabrine, with Ball Hogs taking on Bivouac.

    Ball Hogs featured a former Dallas Mavericks wing DeShawn Stevenson, who won an NBA Championship back in 2011 alongside Dirk Nowitzki. And Stevenson wasn't the only former Mavs player that won an NBA Championship that returned to the American Airlines Center with BIG3 over the weekend.

    The BIG3 has an awesome start to the final week of the regular season at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas, TX. The first BIG3 game of the weekend in Dallas at the American Airlines Center included a former Chicago Bulls role player, forward Brian Scalabrine, with Ball Hogs taking on Bivouac.

    Ball Hogs featured a former Dallas Mavericks wing DeShawn Stevenson, who won an NBA Championship back in 2011 alongside Dirk Nowitzki. And Stevenson wasn't the only former Mavs player that won an NBA Championship that returned to the American Airlines Center with BIG3 over the weekend.

  • Fansided: Chicago Bulls: 3 players that have All-NBA potential this season

    Making a playoff run in the Eastern Conference this coming regular season for the Chicago Bulls would make enough of a statement to get this young core of players the national recognition and spotlight to get more honors and stardom. But the Bulls need to take that step forward during the entirety of the 2019-20 regular season in order to make that happen.

    The Bulls made pretty significant roster upgrades this summer through the NBA Draft and free agency. That should help this young core get at least a tad closer to playoff contention than last season.

    Making a playoff run in the Eastern Conference this coming regular season for the Chicago Bulls would make enough of a statement to get this young core of players the national recognition and spotlight to get more honors and stardom. But the Bulls need to take that step forward during the entirety of the 2019-20 regular season in order to make that happen.

    The Bulls made pretty significant roster upgrades this summer through the NBA Draft and free agency. That should help this young core get at least a tad closer to playoff contention than last season.

  • Fansided: Nate Robinson on competing in a potential BIG3 slam dunk contest

    The BIG3 caught fire in the eyes of basketball fans during its summer tour. BIG3 is in year three of the league, and just wrapped up the regular season on Aug. 17 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX. That was the week that saw four teams in the BIG3 clinch playoff spots for the Aug. 25 showdowns at the home of the New Orleans Pelicans, Smoothie King Arena. But New Orleans, LA, won't get to see former Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson competing in the playoffs.

    Robinson has a star studded team by BIG3 considerations.

    The BIG3 caught fire in the eyes of basketball fans during its summer tour. BIG3 is in year three of the league, and just wrapped up the regular season on Aug. 17 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX. That was the week that saw four teams in the BIG3 clinch playoff spots for the Aug. 25 showdowns at the home of the New Orleans Pelicans, Smoothie King Arena. But New Orleans, LA, won't get to see former Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson competing in the playoffs.

    Robinson has a star studded team by BIG3 considerations.

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