LeBron James decided to return to Cleveland, a move that is changing the landscape of the NBA. So what's next?
Now that LeBron James has made up his mind, Carmelo Anthony is up next and he is reportedly deciding between the Bulls and Knicks.
With LeBron James going to Cleveland and no reason to stick around Miami, could Dwyane Wade join forces with Derrick Rose on the Bulls?
6dWith Carmelo Anthony expected to make his free-agency decision by the end of the holiday weekend, insider Aggrey Sam breaks down the different free-agency options for the Bulls at this point in time.
6dAccording to the latest reports in the Melo saga, Bulls' top free-agent target Carmelo Anthony is expected to re-sign a five-year deal with the New York Knicks.
1wThe Knicks might be the favorite to sign Carmelo Anthony, but that doesn't mean they're not scared the Bulls could lure their superstar away from them. According to a report, the Knicks view the Bulls as the only real threat to take Melo away from New York.
1wThe Bulls still don't know if they're going to get Melo or not, but it looks like they will get a big boost from overseas with Nikola Mirotic reportedly opting out of his contract and heading to Chicago.
1wIn the latest SportsNet Central Update, the Bulls continue to wait for free agent Carmelo Anthony, who met with two more teams on Thursday. Plus, the Blackhawks continue to wait for Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane.
1wWhile Carmelo Anthony ponders his options this weekend, the Bulls were reportedly in Los Angeles to try and recruit another free agent: big man Pau Gasol. Gasol averaged 17.4 points and 9.7 rebounds per game last season.
1wAfter it was reported that the Lakers offered Carmelo Anthony a four-year max contract, the Knicks reportedly also offered a max deal, though one much more lucrative for Anthony. It could be a hindrance to the Bulls' pursuit of the free-agent star.
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