The Bulls acquired Brad Miller and John Salmons from the Kings in a five-player deal.
Luol Deng has never been an All-Star, but he is the key piece in the Kobe Bryant trade talks between the Lakers and the Bulls, reports Chris Sheridan.
The Pistons-Bulls rivalry of old reeked of contempt. After the Bulls were ousted in Game 6, Chris Sheridan looks at two teams now who'd rather hug than slug.
As Chicago moves toward an uncertain summer, Chris Sheridan looks at the many questions the Bulls face.
After Chicago won Game 4 to cut Detroit's series lead to 3-1, the Pistons seemed pretty lighthearted about their lapses, writes Chris Sheridan.
Losses don't get much more demoralizing than what Chicago experienced in Game 3 at the hands of Detroit, Chris Sheridan writes.
Chauncey Billups and Richard Hamilton each scored 20 points, leading the Pistons to a 95-69 rout over Chicago in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals Saturday night.
Big Ben is the big story line heading into the Bulls-Pistons series, but not the only one, Chris Sheridan writes.
As the Chicago swept Miami out of the playoffs, Heat coach Pat Riley saw a lot to like about the Bulls, Chris Sheridan reports.
Miami's defense of its title got off to a stumbling start in Chicago, writes Chris Sheridan, in part because the Heat weren't quite as ready to play as the Bulls.
Is there a such thing as an untouchable in the NBA? Chris Sheridan takes a look at the possibility of trading 30 top superstars.
On Opening Night, the Miami Heat got their rings, but forgot to play like champions, Chris Sheridan writes.
Chris Sheridan reports on five observations from Bulls camp.
Sure, money helped to lure Big Ben to the Bulls, but there's another reason he left Detroit, Chris Sheridan writes.
Ben Wallace headlines a free agent class that is chock full of role players, writes Chris Sheridan. See who your team might pursue.