The Bulls haven’t made the splashy, franchise-changing moves that many of their counterparts around the league have done or are trying to do in free agency, but that was never their intent.
Give credit to the Bulls’ front office for being able to work within the limitations of the league’s new Collective Bargaining Agreement.
DEERFIELD — Due to the time difference from the league office in New York, NBA free agency technically started at 11 p.m. Sunday night for the Bulls.
The Bulls are likely to have a quiet offseason given their salary-cap situation, meaning the future of Nate Robinson in the Windy City is in real jeopardy.
The reality of the situation is that many of them won't be back in Chicago, but when reflecting upon how nearly half the Bulls' roster joined the team with that same knowledge makes the rece