The big red button was pressed and Jimmy Butler was ejected from the Chicago Bulls present and future as they finally made the decision to rebuild after two years of resisting. Trading Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and the ability to draft Lauri Markkanen represents
Zach LaVine quickly made a name for himself as a prolific, epic dunker. The recently acquired Bull won both the 2015 and 2016 Slam Dunk Contests and has plenty of awe-inspiring in-game dunks as well. The video above has a few of LaVine's best efforts.
Rajon Rondo looked his typically talkative self as he ran up and down the Advocate Center court before the NBA draft media accommodations took over Thursday night. Will he still be practicing there after June 30? The Bulls insist they have made no formal decision on whether to pick up Rondo's $13.4