CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago Bulls are not ready to say whether veteran point guard Rajon Rondo will be back for a second season.
The NBA’s silly season will officially tip off on July 1, as teams throughout the league dive headfirst into the free agency pool. A segment of the league’s cash will be allocated to the superstars eligible to earn the max, but by and large, a majority of cap-space is saved for the NBA’s middle class
Bulls fans should be set to trust the process following the Jimmy Butler trade. The trade signals a time of change in Chicago and free agency should provide more moves. The Bulls traded Jimmy Butler. Whether it was a good deal or not will remain to be seen. Trading their best player in his prime is an