HOUSTON — When former Bulls center Omer Asik signed with the Rockets two summers ago, part of the reasoning was that he’d get a chance to start, instead of toiling behind Joakim Noah, who blossome
Kobe Bryant returned to the Lakers lineup just four days ago after missing the first 20 games of the season, but his fans have been working hard since the NBA All-Star voting opened.
The Bulls made both a financial and basketball decision last year not to bring back Omer Asik after the Houston Rockets placed a three-year, $25.1 million offer sheet on the 7-foot center.
By Charlie Roumeliotis
In September, one Chicago superstar, Blackhawks' Patrick Kane, landed on the cover of Sports Illustrated during the NHL preview edition.
Even the most optimistic Bulls fan has to be excited about the way Derrick Rose has come out of the gates in the preseason.