Author Maria Daisy

Report: A Potential Trade Target for the Bulls Could Be Available: Will the Chicago Bulls be able to reach their full potential without adding a quality power forward? We can’t give you a definitive answer, but most people you talk to will tell you no. Perhaps that’s why, despite the Bulls’ 16-8 record, trade rumors continue to swirl. Christian Wood of the Houston Rockets is one player who has been linked to the Bulls in trade rumors. The 26-year-old, lean, and productive big man could be the Bulls’ missing piece, but they’d have to part with some serious talent to…

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In the midst of a bad stretch, Clippers star Paul George finds the team’s “Kryptonite.” Everything that has gone wrong for the Clippers in recent weeks has been connected for Clippers star Paul George, and it was on full display against the Pelicans in a home loss on Monday night. In the game, the Clippers were hammered on the boards, allowing 47 while grabbing only 35. The Clippers surrendered 14 offensive rebounds, including seven to center Jonas Valanciunas, who scored 39 points against the Clippers. According to George, the Clippers’ rebounding ability is not the real problem. It’s their lack…

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Luke Kennard should be traded for a struggling guard, according to the Clippers. Los Angeles Clippers have lost five of their last eight games after going on a seven-game winning streak from November 1 to 13. In five of those eight games, the Clippers have failed to score more than 96 points, and they’ve averaged 105.2 points per game this season, down from 114.0 points last year. Paul George is averaging 25.9 points per game for the Lakers, one of only three players in double figures (guard Reggie Jackson is averaging 17.5 points per game, and center Ivica Zubac is…

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The Old-School Game of a Bulls Star Is Fueling a Historic Effort The Chicago Bulls’ win over the New York Knicks at MSG on Thursday felt like a throwback to another era. It harkened back to a time when both teams were vying for the same prize. The days of Michael Jordan sparring with John Starks and Patrick Ewing thrashing Bill Cartwright, Will Perdue, and whoever else the Bulls could throw at him are long gone. During a conversation with Evan Fournier, Julius Randle channeled his inner Anthony Mason. It was a slobber-knocker all the way down to the final-round…

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The Chicago Bulls respond to the NBA’s harsh penalty for tampering. Lonzo Ball cost the Chicago Bulls (dollar)85 million this offseason, but that’s not all the point guard will cost them. The League Office ruled on Wednesday that the Bulls broke the league’s tampering policy in their pursuit of Ball, costing them a second-round pick in the 2022 NBA Draft, or whenever their next available second-round pick falls. The Miami Heat were also investigated. For that franchise’s recruitment of point guard Kyle Lowry, the league imposed the same penalty. The NBA has made the following announcement: pic.twitter.comSDE7TcwtmE December 1, 2021…

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After the Knicks beat the Bulls, Zach LaVine trolls the analyst and makes him eat his words. The New York Knicks, according to Stephen A Smith, are a better basketball team than the Chicago Bulls. And quite rightly so. The Bronx native, who supports his hometown team, wants New York to reclaim its status as the basketball Mecca. When the Bulls took on the Knicks in an Eastern Conference showdown at Madison Square Garden on Thursday, Zach LaVine had other ideas. Before the game, LaVine confronted Smith and promised that if Smith was in the audience that night, the Knicks…

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The Bulls may be forced to trade injured Williams due to the Eastern Conference’s weakness, according to one analyst. The Chicago Bulls have a 14-8 record to start the NBA season, tied for second in the Eastern Conference and putting to rest many of the doubts about their roster’s construction, especially with wings DeMar DeRozan and Zach LaVine playing like All-Stars in the early going. However, there appears to be a missing component with this group. Patrick Williams, a power forward, dislocated his wrist and will miss the rest of his sophomore season, leaving Chicago without his dependable defensive presence…

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Is there going to be another starting lineup change in Dallas? Jason Kidd made the decision to change the starting lineup of the Dallas Mavericks less than a week ago. Willie Cauley-Stein, a 7-footer, was promoted to starting center, and Dwight Powell was demoted to the bench. “We talked about it, we looked at it at practice yesterday, and we decided now would be a good time to make a change,” Kidd said of the change. “DP did nothing wrong; we just wanted to see Willie start for us.” Cauley-Stein isn’t known for being a dominant center in the NBA,…

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The Bulls’ ‘Trade Deadline Target List’ includes 3-and-D Wing. At some point this season, the Chicago Bulls will have to make a decision. According to Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report, Atlanta Hawks winger Cam Reddish is Chicago’s top deadline target. Buckley said this about Reddish in a recent article about the top trade deadline targets for each NBA team: For a team that didn’t even make the play-in tournament last season, the Bulls have surprisingly few holes, but that’s what a wildly productive offseason can do. Chicago, on the other hand, could use some wing depth, which was the case…

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Surprise Trade Hurts Beloved Ex-Bull: “It Caught Me Off Guard” Alex Caruso has quickly adjusted to life with the Chicago Bulls and has already established himself as a fan favorite after just a quarter of a season. Caruso’s performances have been full of energy, grit, skill, and hustle, all of which have contributed to him becoming the Bulls’ undisputed 6th man. Fans in Chicago are a devoted bunch, and if they see you putting in a good shift every night and fighting for the franchise’s good, they’ll stick with you until the end. Prior to Caruso’s all-action style of basketball,…

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