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The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has waived guard Andre Barrett and forward/center Jared Homan. Barrett (5-10, 173) appeared in three preseason games with the Bulls and averaged 2.3 ppg and 1.0 apg in 8.3 mpg. Homan (6-10, 250) saw action in five preseason contests. Chicago’s preseason roster now stands at 15.

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The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has picked up the options on the 2008-09 contracts of forward Tyrus Thomas and guard Thabo Sefolosha. The announcement means that both players will be under contract to the Bulls for the 2008-09 season. Thomas (6-9, 215) appeared in 72 games (four starts) last year and averaged 5.2 […]

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Bulls waive Joseph Blair

The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has waived forward/center Joseph Blair. Blair (6-10, 265) a 10-year veteran of international play, signed with the Bulls on October 2.  Last evening, in his lone preseason appearance with Chicago, Blair scored one point and grabbed three rebounds in 11:10 of play against the Milwaukee Bucks. Chicago’s roster […]

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Bulls waive Justin Cage

The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has waived forward/guard Justin Cage. Cage (6-6, 225) is an undrafted rookie out of Xavier University. In 2006-07, he averaged 10.5 ppg, 5.4 rpg and 1.4 apg and shot .567 from the floor and .750 from the free throw line. He guided the Musketeers to a 25-9 season […]

Read Full Post » NewsWire: The Chicago Bulls announced today the promotion of Matt Lloyd to Director of College Scouting. “This promotion is a natural progression for Matt, who has been instrumental in formulating our extensive college scouting database,” said Bulls Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations John Paxson. “In his new role as Director of College Scouting, […]

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NBA ratings have been on a steady downturn. Not coincidentally, the first significant drop in finals ratings happened when ABC took over from NBC. Just to illustrate, in the 12 years that NBC had the NBA Finals, the ratings for the Finals were in double figures EVERY YEAR. Cannot give all the credit to MJ, […]

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Hottest news off the press right now is the “imminent” trade that will send Kevin Garnett to Boston for Al Jefferson, Theo Ratliff, and other spare parts. Garnett’s probably warmed up to playing for Boston knowing he’d team up with both the Truth and Ray Allen in the “Leastern” Conference. If the trade goes through, […]

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After the recent acquisition of Zach Randolph, the New York Knicks now possess two of the most dominant low post scorers in the Eastern Conference. After the recent drafting of Joakim Noah, the Chicago Bulls now possess three of the best defensive, energized rebounding big men in the Eastern Conference. It almost seems like a […]

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The first game of the 2007 Pepsi Pro Summer Leage is in the book, The Indiana Pacers beat the Chicago Bulls 93-89. The game lasted two hours and 1 minute, and committing a combined 73 fouls. The rules for fouls are a little different in Orlando than they are in the Las Vegas Summer League, […]

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This is Woody Wommack, I’m a contributer to and I’ll be blogging live from Pepsi Pro Summer league here in Orlando, Fla. The teams participating in this years league are the Charlotte Bobcats, Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers, Miami Heat, New Jersey Nets and the host team Orlando Magic. Games are just about to get […]

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