Evan Turner


The Bulls are revealing a side of themselves that, until recently, wasn’t apparent that they even had.


The NBA Draft is more an art than a science, a phrase which has been uttered throughout the years as many times as "crazy upside" and "NBA-ready" have. But the cliche rings true year after year.


It’s no secret the Bulls are in need of some offensive firepower heading into next season. After all, they ranked dead last among the 30 NBA teams in scoring average and field goal percentage.


The Bulls were quiet at yesterday’s trade deadline, having already made their big splash last month in dealing Luol Deng to Cleveland.


DEERFIELD, Ill.—Besides just scoring 19 points against his former team in Wednesday night’s win, Bulls backup point guard D.J.