Bulls Talk

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It may seem like the Bulls are zeroing in on their prime free-agent target but league sources say they are still exploring their options for a shooting guard upgrade.

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The NBA is trying not to lose its fan base and has come up with a campaign to bring back those who could be discouraged by the NBA lockout.

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The NBA free agency is ready to roll and reports indicate that teams and free agents can begin communicating Monday. With some restrictions, of course.

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The sagas of Chris Paul and Dwight Howard are being restricted before the start of the season. Howard and Paul may be looking to be traded sooner than later as both are free agents after this season.

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With the Bulls in need of a decent shooting guard, Ronnie Brewer is stepping up to the plate and believes Tom Thibodeau can count on him for the job. Can he handle it?

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The Bulls appreciated what Kurt Thomas brought to the table last season and players say they'd like last year's locker room to return intact. Does that include Thomas?

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As the Bulls prepare for the 2011-12 season, they show interest in Caron Butler, Jason Richardson, and Jamal Crawford. Who would the Bulls benefit from the most?

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The NBA is ready to roll and the official schedule for the five-game Christmas opening day was released on Friday.

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Tom Thibodeau defended Carlos Boozer against his critics when he met the media at the Berto Center, saying he believed the power forward had plenty to do with the strong team defense last season.

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As NBA labor talks went late into the night on Wednesday, Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf likely wants to see the lockout end quickly. Aggrey Sam explains why Reinsdorf views the lockout differently than Michael Jordan.

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