Jevon Carter is now officially a member of the Chicago Bulls. The team announced that they had finalized a three-year contract with the six-year-pro, marking a new chapter for both parties—one which they hope would be a fruitful.
After a rookie season that saw him play in just 38 games, Dalen Terry is eager to prove himself worthy of a spot in the Chicago Bulls’ rotation. He took part in the rigorous training sessions with team star DeMar DeRozan and continues to put in the work, this time in the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.
The Bulls have signed undrafted Connecticut center Adama Sanogo to a two-way contract, the team announced in a press release. Sanogo is 6-foot-9 and is fresh off winning an NCAA championship with the Huskies.
Zach LaVine emerged as the Chicago Bulls’ leading scorer this past season after signing a max contract. His athleticism is apparent with his windmill dunks and ability to get downhill to the rim in the NBA.
Being a Chicago sports fan is tough. Being a fan of a Jerry Reinsdorf-owned team is tougher. Both the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls are notoriously mediocre and recently, both fanbases are down on their teams.
As far as rookie debuts go, Julian Phillips' first game in the NBA Summer League was as unremarkable as many would expect. The 35th pick in this year's NBA Draft played 24 minutes for the Chicago Bulls, scored two points, grabbed four rebounds, and had one block, three turnovers, and four fouls.
Javon Freeman-Liberty continues to impress as he seeks to earn a spot on his hometown Chicago Bulls. The G League standout put up 24 points, six rebounds, and five assists in the Bulls' 87-80 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies in the NBA Summer League.
After a season and a half of operating without a legitimate point guard, the Chicago Bulls have seemingly found the answer to their backcourt woes with the signing of Jevon Carter and the re-signing of the much-improved Coby White.
Anyone who's paid attention to the Chicago Bulls over the last season and a half knows what kind of a player the team has been missing: a court general who can defend and make three-pointers on a consistent basis.
Zach LaVine, the talented Chicago Bulls shooting guard, has been making waves during his off-season. Aside from his basketball skills, LaVine recently showcased his impressive athletic abilities by participating in the MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game in Seattle.
The Chicago Bulls were in the business of entertaining Zach LaVine trade offers before the 2023 NBA Draft. Two teams shopping their own All-Star players have reportedly had conversations with the Bulls’ front office about LaVine.
According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, the Chicago Bulls have waived center Marko Simonovic after just two seasons with the team. The 23-year-old is a former second-round draft pick by the Bulls in 2020.