November 8, 2020, 6:13 pm
Bulls have offered Wendell Carter Jr. and No. 4 pick to try and trade up to No. 2 — The Ringer, November 18
Bulls deciding between Williams and Avdija at No. 4 — The Ringer, November 18
Patrick Williams reported to have worked out for Bulls — Sports Illustrated, November 17
Bulls use in-person workout for Kira Lewis — Keith Langlois, November 13
Bulls could trade up to No. 2 in draft — ESPN, November 11
Tyrese Haliburton works out for four teams, including the Bulls — NBC Sports, November 11
Bulls could trade up to No. 1 for LaMelo Ball — ESPN, November 9
Avdija emerging as a Bulls favorite pick at No. 4 — DaWindyCity.com, November 5
LaMelo Ball expected to interview with Bulls — ESPN, October 29
Kira Lewis worked out for Bulls last week — Bleacher Report, October 29
Bulls ‘don’t seem to be in love’ with their draft spot — The Athletic, October 29
Free Agency Rumors
Bulls extend qualifying offer to Adam Mokoka — Keith Smith, November 16
Bulls exploring trades for experienced PGs — Kevin O’Connor, November 16
Bulls won’t give Kris Dunn a qualifying offer — KC Johnson, November 16
Bulls will extend qualifying offer to Denzel Valentine — Darnell Mayberry, November 16
Bulls won’t extend QO to Shaq Harrison — Adrian Wojnarowski, November 16
Otto Porter exercises player option for next season — Chris Haynes, November 15
Pistons, Bulls could target Derrick Jones Jr. — Miami Herald, October 20
How’d We Get Here?
The Bulls finally shook things up in the executive suite, and now Arturas Karnisovas is tasked with turning the wayward franchise around. Luckily for him, Chicago boasts a decent stable of young talent plus a number of competent veterans. Whether he wants to retool the core or add to an interesting foundation, Karnisovas will be given the latitude to do what he sees fit with the roster, making his first mark by hiring Billy Donovan as bench boss. Accounting for the quality of the Eastern Conference, the Bulls should be gunning for a playoff appearance — or at least a playoff race — given the potential of their top players.
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