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    Zach LaVine reportedly will undergo surgery after struggling with soreness and swelling in his left knee throughout the 2021-22 season. LaVine will undergo arthroscopic surgery to address the injury — which flared up in January — and is expected to fully recover this summer, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania. LaVine previously tore the ACL in his left knee in 2017, creating further concern about any discomfort. He missed the final two games before the All-Star break to receive treatment, which included injections of cortisone and platelet-rich plasma. Although LaVine played through the injury after the All-Star break, the discomfort significantly limited his movement and forced the Chicago Bulls star to take games off throughout the latter third of the season. LaVine started the season with injury concerns after he tore a ligament in his thumb. Those misfortunes continued through the final game of the postseason, which the guard missed after testing positive for COVID-19 for the third time in the last year. Despite juggling injuries and illness, LaVine recorded a stalwart season for the Bulls alongside DeMar DeRozan, earning...
    The Chicago Bulls spent most of the regular season at the mercy of the injury report — including Patrick Williams’ early setback, Lonzo Ball’s season-ender and a rash of 18 players and staff testing positive for COVID-19. And that’s how the team appears set to end the season after Zach LaVine entered health and safety protocols Tuesday morning on the eve of a potential elimination game against the Milwaukee Bucks. LaVine will be out for Game 5 of the first-round series, which tips off at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Coach Billy Donovan said LaVine underwent COVID-19 testing Tuesday morning after “not feeling great” and returned a positive test shortly before the Bulls took the court for practice. The Bulls drove up to Milwaukee without LaVine. LaVine has averaged 19.3 points on 42.9% shooting in the first four games of the series. He is one of three Bulls players — with DeMar DeRozan and Nikola Vučević — to average double-digit scoring in the series. But LaVine’s impact goes beyond scoring statistics — he’s the core of the Bulls offense, inextricable from the...
    Facing elimination in their first-round series with the Milwaukee Bucks, the Chicago Bulls were dealt another blow Tuesday when Zach LaVine entered health and safety protocols. LaVine will likely be out for Game 5 of the series, which tips off Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. The Bulls will drive up to Milwaukee to prepare for Game 5 Tuesday night. With Alex Caruso in concussion protocol, the Bulls might be down two starters for their must-win game. LaVine has averaged 19.3 points per game on 42.9% shooting in the first four games of the series. He is one of three Bulls players — alongside DeMar DeRozan and Nikola Vučević — to average double-digit scoring in the first four games of the Bucks series. This is LaVine’s third round in the league’s health and safety protocols in the last year. He previously tested positive for COVID-19 last April, missing several weeks during the Bulls’ push for a play-in game. LaVine tested positive again last December during the league-wide outbreak following the omicron variant surge. LaVine said he was asymptomatic during both bouts...
    Facing elimination in their first round series with the Milwaukee Bucks, the Chicago Bulls were dealt another blow Tuesday when Zach LaVine entered health and safety protocols. LaVine will likely be out for Game 5 of the series, which tips off Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. With Alex Caruso in concussion protocol, the Bulls might be down two starters for their must win game. LaVine averaged 19.3 points per game on 42.9 % shooting in the first four games of the series. More to come. ()
    At the end of their final multigame trip of the regular season, the Chicago Bulls are facing a potential road block in postseason success — their difficulty to win away games. The Bulls have been dominant at the United Center this season, losing only 10 games in Chicago. But it has been a different story on the road. Despite a 44-32 overall record, the Bulls are 18-22 away from home. No other team currently above the play-in cutoff line in the Eastern Conference has a losing road record. In the Western Conference, the Golden State Warriors are in third place despite going 19-19 on the road and the Utah Jazz are fifth with a 19-20 away record. But for the Bulls, recency is the greatest concern. Nine of their 22 road losses came in the 17 games since the All-Star break. Over that stretch, the Bulls have been allowing 118.6 points per game while their scoring dropped to 106.2. When the Bulls leave Chicago, guard Alex Caruso said the change in mentality is noticeable in the locker room. “It’s just...
    Getty Chicago Bulls star DeMar DeRozan smiles during a game against the Detroit Pistons. DeMar DeRozan’s unexpected year 13 renaissance continues to pay major dividends for the Chicago Bulls. After hitting back-to-back, buzzer-beating game-winners on the road against the Pacers and the Wizards, DeRozan returned to the Windy City with a 29-point effort to lead the Bulls past the Magic. Along the way, more and more hoops pundits have come to realize that this isn’t just some fluke or hot streak. The Bulls are back and DeRozan deserves every MVP mention he’s getting. Of course, the 32-year-old probably isn’t going to win that particular award. He may be averaging 26.9 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game while making a career-high 36.2% of his three-point attempts, but he still has to contend with the likes of Steph Curry, Kevin Durant and Giannis Antetokounmpo for the NBA‘s top individual honor. That said, DeRozan looks to be firmly on pace to earn another lofty distinction. Specifically, a starting spot in the 2022 All-Star Game.DeRozan Resonating With Fans in the...
    The Bulls have been forced to postpone their next two games with 10 players out with COVID-19 but White Sox star Tim Anderson is ready to fill in. The Chicago Bulls have been absolutely ravaged by a COVID-19 outbreak within the organization. 10 players have now been ruled out due to the virus and, as a result, the NBA postponed the team’s next two games this week in hopes of Chicago being able to return at full health soon. In the meantime, though, a fellow star athlete in Chicago is ready to step in for if they give him a call — especially since his own sport is currently locked out with no end in sight. After news broke about the Bulls adding Alize Johnson, the 10th player, to the COVID-19 health and safety protocols, Chicago White Sox infielder Tim Anderson took to Twitter to let his crosstown NBA team that he’s ready to take the floor at the United Center during the MLB lockout. @chicagobulls ???? you know we locked out right.. holla at me gang! #imready???? — S...
    Getty Chicago Bulls C Daniel Theis squares off against his former team in the Boston Celtics. Daniel Theis’ days as the Boston Celtics‘ starting center may be long over, but the popular big man continues to help his old team out. On Monday, Theis — now a member of the Chicago Bulls — had what was one of the finest games of his four-year career. In doing so, he helped his squad put another notch in the loss column for a club that is currently hot on the Celtics’ heels in the Eastern Conference playoff race. With the Bulls facing a stiff road test against the Miami Heat at AmericanAirlines Arena, Theis brought the heat to South Beach, tying a season-high with 23 points on 10-of-13 shooting. He also added 12 rebounds, five assists (with zero turnovers) and two blocked shots in the game. One of Theis’ rejections played a key role in the win. With just 3:46 remaining, Heat star Bam Adebayo drove to the hoop with a chance to cut the Bulls’ lead to two, but...
    Next1 of 15Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse In our second 2021 NBA Mock Draft, the Chicago Bulls jump the lottery to land the No. 1 pick and land the star of their dreams. We finally have a date for the 2021 NBA Draft — July 29 — but that’s is still a long way off. Meanwhile, we’ve had a chance to get a closer look at several key prospects in the NCAA Tournament and the NBA Trade Deadline shook up the order, team needs and saw several picks change hands. Our second 2021 NBA Mock Draft uses a simulation from Tankathon to establish the order.Who is rising and falling in our latest NBA Mock Draft?The analysis of each individual player here relies heavily on the insights of draft experts like Trevor Magnotti, Ben Pfiefer and Jackson Frank. Each pick is not necessarily a guess at who each team will or even should take, just a hopefully insightful match between prospect skill and upside and each team’s need. And if you’re looking at any of these picks wondering what the...
    Getty Dwayne Wade described his playing experience in Chicago very different from his time watching the Bulls as a kid. Dwayne Wade grew up on the South Side watching the Chicago Bulls dynasty win six titles — an energy that’s rarely been matched since. When Wade left his longtime home with the Miami Heat after garnering 12 All-Star nods and three NBA titles for his hometown Bulls in 2016, the energy was different than he expected after years of playing in front of raucous crowds in the Tom Thibodeau and Derrick Rose era. In a recent interview on Gilbert Arenas’ No Chill podcast, Wade reflected on his own expectations when he returned home. “Playing in Chicago (while I was) in Miami, the crowd was just crazy,” Wade said. “I was like man it’s gonna be loud up in there.” Unfortunately for Wade, his Bulls team found itself on the receiving end of the fan base’s frustrations. Follow the Heavy on Bulls Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors, and content! ‘They Booed Us a Lot’ The 2016-17 Bulls...
    Back in the early 90s, the Orlando Magic had established themselves in the league, quickly making quite a name for themselves. It was at a time when Shaquille O’Neal had entered the franchise and brought immense fame to it. However, the team still lacked a skilled ball handler and shooter. Then entered Anfernee Penny Hardaway, who had everything Orlando needed along with his grace and style. Despite many achievements in his career, he still considers the biggest one to beat Michael Jordan and his Chicago Bulls. The 1995 NBA playoffs Before winning three consecutive NBA titles between 1996-98, the Bulls had in the Eastern Conference semifinals to Orlando Magic. This was the last team to have beaten Jordan in the playoffs before he retired in 1998. With a trio like Shaq, Horace Grant, and Hardaway, Orlando managed to finish the series of in six games. In that season, they advanced to the NBA Finals, only to be swept by the Houston Rockets. This was one of the franchise’s only two appearances in the finals. However, Chicago Bulls had won six...
    Selena Gomez and former Chicago Bulls all-star Jimmy Butler are the hottest new couple in the entertainment world? If you define a “couple” as a couple on a few normal dates, yes. A source close to the pop star e! News that Gomez spoke “some time” with Butler. Rumors then began to circulate A view of the couple eating together Sparked speculation on social media. The 28-year-old Gomez is said to have spent time with 31-year-old Miami Heat star in New York City (including Justin Bieber and The Weekend), whose dating life often makes headlines, where he is filming the upcoming Hulu show “Only Building Murders. ” “Jimmy asked her to go to dinner and they had a great time,” Evidence E! “It’s very normal. She’s open to see where things are going, but still no solution.” Unlike Gomez, Butler’s love life did not attract much attention, with Butler downplaying his brief animosity with former teammate Dwayne Wade, posted in a dangerous Instagram photo of Butler Wade’s wife, actress Gabriel Union. Butler was with the Bulls from 2011-2017 before trading...
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