Bulls fans are anxiously awaiting the debut of Rip Hamilton, but as the preseason kicks off Friday they'll have to wait as Tom Thibodeau decided to start Ronnie Brewer at shooting guard.
Derrick Rose and the Bulls will get an up close and personal look at new Clippers point guard Chris Paul during their first road trip of the season. CSNChicago.com's Aggrey Sam takes a look at Los Angeles' big trade.
Derrick Rose and Luol Deng believe Richard Hamilton will be a great addition to the Bulls and discusses the ways he can have a major impact on their quest for the NBA championship this season.
Richard Hamilton cleared waivers on Wednesday and is expected to sign a two-year deal worth 10 million with the Bulls. Aggrey Sam says its likely that Hamilton will join the Bulls at practice Thursday.
Who wouldn't want to relive the NBA glory days of the 90's? Dennis Rodman and Scottie Pippen will lace up and hit the court with fellow former NBA stars this Sunday.
At 33-years-old, Rip Hamilton won't be able to match his prior All-Star level performance but CSNChicago.com's Aggrey Sam says that won't matter and he will still be a good addition to the team.
The rumors of Rip Hamilton coming to the Bulls have been running rampant since he was waived by the Pistons.
Last season, the Bulls went 15-1 against Central Division opponents but CSN's Mark Schanowski says it will be much tougher this season for Derrick Rose and company because the division has gotten stronger.
The Bulls have displayed patience all offseason so far in how they've gone about trade interests and free agency and that could pay off in the end.
The Bulls bumped their roster up to 12 players by re-signing forward Brian Scalabrine. The terms of the contract are undisclosed at this time.