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A little more light at the end of the Bulls’ tunnel emerged Monday with the revelation Jimmy Butler appears to be on pace to return to action after missing three weeks with an elbow injury.


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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The excuses came prepackaged like leftover Black Friday specials.


As the Bulls prepare for the start of a new season, one off-the-court issue could cause some stress for the front office.


People love predictions, and even if it’s way too early to know exactly how each team will look after offseason moves, it’s hard not to look ahead to next June, when the 2015 NBA Finals will


The Eastern Conference continues to be weaker than its Western counterpart as a whole, but following another offseason of significant player movement, the landscape looks a bit different.