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  1. Chicago's increased cap room

    Nick Borges

    The Chicago Bulls, as expected, made two trades on Monday to increase their salary cap room for Los Angeles Lakers center/power forward Pau Gasol and 2011 NBA draft pick (No. 23) Nikola Mirotic. First, they traded Greg Smith and his $948,163 salar...

    Blog | July 15, 2014
  2. Bulls: Better fit Melo or Love?

    Nick Borges

    The Chicago Bulls have a lot of salary cap flexibility going into next season and they have been linked with Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Love. K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune was asked which player is a better fit for the Bulls and he rates Anthony...

    Blog | June 11, 2014
  3. Why Thunder won't amnesty Perkins

    Nick Borges

    The Oklahoma City Thunder have between July 10-16 to remove center Kendrick Perkins from their 2014-15 salary cap if they use the one-time amnesty provision. At this time, the Thunder will likely pass on getting rid of Perkins, according to'...

    Blog | June 02, 2014
  4. Ronnie Brewer to be part of rotation?

    Nick Borges

    Ronnie Brewer officially returned to the Chicago Bulls on Monday when he signed a rest-of-season contract that includes a non-guaranteed salary for 2014-15. Brewer was a good fit when he previously played with the Bulls and that should not change no...

    Blog | April 08, 2014
  5. NBA: Owed tax and salary cap room

    Nick Borges

    The Chicago Bulls got below the luxury tax line by $548,798 on Tuesday once they acquired and then waived Andrew Bynum. There was another trade (Boston - Memphis - Oklahoma City) and six more players who were waived on Tuesday. As a result, the owed ...

    Blog | January 08, 2014
  6. Deng trade seals Carlos Boozer's fate?

    Nick Borges

    For the last two years there has been a lot of speculation that Carlos Boozer is a lock to be amnestied in July to remove his $16.8 million salary from the Chicago Bulls' 2014-15 books. That thinking is likely a fait accompli now with the trade of Lu...

    Blog | January 07, 2014
  7. Bulls need to make another move

    Nick Borges

    The Chicago Bulls will waive Andrew Bynum by Tuesday's deadline to drop his salary cap number from $12.25 million to $6 million. Once the move is finalized the Bulls will be just under ($548,798) the luxury tax line, which is a key point of the trade...

    Blog | January 07, 2014
  8. What's next for Andrew Bynum?

    Nick Borges

    Andrew Bynum's time with the Cleveland Cavaliers will end no later than next week (Jan. 7) as he will either be waived or traded to ensure he only gets $6 million of his $12.25 million salary. Once we get to that point Bynum will either consider sign...

    Blog | December 30, 2013