Hamilton waived, headed to Chicago?

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Hamilton waived, headed to Chicago?

Could the Bulls be closer to landing a shooting guard? The pieces are starting to fall into place.

According to the Detroit Free Press, the Detroit Pistons officially waived Richard Hamilton after buying out his contract, signaling the Bulls to get moving. They're expected to sign him to a two-year, 10 million deal.

He helped the Pistons win the 2004 NBA Championship and in 631 games he averaged 18.4 points per game.

"We thank Richard Hamilton for his time here with the Pistons organization," Pistons President of Basketball Operations Joe Dumars said. "Rip was a champion with us and a big part of our success over the last nine years. We wish him all the best in the future."

Would you be happy with his future being in Chicago?

Bulls Talk Podcast: March is Nikola Mirotic's month

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Bulls Talk Podcast: March is Nikola Mirotic's month

On the newest edition of the Bulls Talk Podcast, Mark Schanowski, Kendall Gill and Vincent Goodwill talk big Bulls win over the Bucks. 

The panel breaks down Nikola Mirotic's huge performance on Sunday and history of putting together a hot March. 

Later, Kendall tells how Magic Johnson motivated James Worthy and Vincent becomes the "Love Doctor." 

Listen to the Bulls Talk Podcast below. 

Fast Break Morning Update: Bulls explode offensively to beat Bucks; Blackhawks battle Lightning tonight on CSN

Fast Break Morning Update: Bulls explode offensively to beat Bucks; Blackhawks battle Lightning tonight on CSN

Here are some of the top Chicago sports stories from a busy Sunday: 

Tonight on CSN: Blackhawks look to bounce back vs. Lightning

Nikola Mirotic, Bulls show some moxie in road win over Bucks

Today on CSN: White Sox battle Dodgers in spring training game

From ‘When It Happens’ to ‘Where It Happens,’ Cubs mining next generation of talent

Will lopsided loss shake Blackhawks from their slumber?

White Sox rookie Charlie Tilson's foot could keep him out until late May

Joe Maddon doesn’t have any concerns about new Cubs closer Wade Davis

Nick Delmonico takes advantage of fresh start with White Sox

Cubs expect Ben Zobrist and Addison Russell to be ready for Opening Night

Owners to consider on and off field changes this week during NFL meetings