Chicago Bulls

4th Central | 0-0
  • Field Goal %
    44.1 FG%
  • 3-point %
    37.1 3P%
  • Points Scored
    102 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    46.3 RPG
  • Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim: Carmelo Anthony probably won’t win NBA championship
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    Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim: Carmelo Anthony probably won’t win NBA championship

    Jim Boeheim urged Carmelo Anthony to leave the Knicks in 2014. The Syracuse coach suggested the Bulls for his former player. At the heart of Boeheim’s pitch: He wanted Anthony to win an NBA championship. Well, Anthony discarded Boeheim’s advice and re-signed with the Knicks. So, Boeheim is predicting the outcome he always predicted if Anthony returned to New York. Boeheim, via Mike Walters of Syracuse.com: “He’s unlikely to win an NBA title,” Boeheim said. “He’s never been on a team that even had a remote chance of winning an NBA title. As a player, all you can do is try to make your team better and every team he’s been on he’s made them a lot better. Denver hadn’t done anything prior to him

  • Report: Raptors signing E.J. Singler
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    Report: Raptors signing E.J. Singler

    Ready for another Singler in the NBA? Thunder forward Kyle Singler‘s brother, E.J. Singler, is headed to the Raptors. Blake Murphy of Raptors Republic: Toronto as 14 players – one shy of the regular-season roster limit – with guaranteed salaries. Singler will join Fred VanVleet, Jarrod Uthoff, Yanick Moreira and Drew Crawford in a crowded race for the 15th spot. VanVleet has a leg up, because third-string point guard Delon Wright will miss the start of the season. I also like Uthoff more as a long-term prospect in a vacuum than the other players. Singler’s advantage? His experience. He’s older than his four competitors, including VanVleet and and Uthoff, who went undrafted out of Wichita State

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    Rockets GM Daryl Morey: James Harden ‘only a polarizing figure to people who don’t watch’

    Do you struggle with evaluating James Harden? I know I do. Harden’s Rockets, projected by some to contend for a championship, struggled to a 41-41 record last season. A fair share of their downfall could be pinned on him. His defensive disinterest is appalling, and it sets a tone. His leadership is questionable, which matters a great deal for someone so empowered. He relies on tricking referees to draw fouls, frequently hooking his defender to create contact. But I still put him on my All-NBA team, because his offense was so darned effective. Elite individual offensive contributions are incredibly valuable. Harden’s defensive shortcomings can be hidden in a better team scheme. His leadership