With regular season games potentially going to be the next on the cutting block, CSNChicago.com's Aggrey Sam examines how the Bulls and the rest of the NBA would fare in a shorter season.
NBA commissioner David Stern announced Tuesday the league will cancel the remainder of the preseason -- 43 games were already canceled -- and could begin to cancel regular-season games if an agreement is not reached quickly.
First round pick Nikola Mirotic said he stayed in the 2011 NBA Draft because of the Bulls.
Tuesday is the day things could turn in the NBA labor negotiations. But then again, we've heard that before.
Cleveland Cavaliers veteran Baron Davis sat in on Saturday's NBA lockout talks and spoke to the media on the progress of the negotiations.
NBA superstars such as Kevin Durant and LeBron James may have joined in on the debate action, but the talks this weekend are very unlikely to end the NBA lockout according to CSNChicago.com's Aggrey Sam.
A few of the NBA stars were present during Friday's labor negotiations at the Manhattan hotel. There wasn't much progress made but there was an apparent "sense of urgency." The negotiations will continue Saturday.
Derrick Rose has been in contact with multiple teams overseas as the NBA lockout continues, according to CSN Bulls Insider Aggrey Sam. Rose also talked about holding a skills clinic at his former elementary school.
Simeon Career Academy was bustling with basketball coaches and observers to watch some of the top high school prospects on Tuesday. CSN's Aggrey Sam takes a look at the Wolverine's most impressive players.