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2017 Schedule
41-41, 4th in Central

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

In addition to the Knicks, Spurs, Heat and Timberwolves, Kyrie Irving also considered the Chicago Bulls as a potential trade destination before the club traded Jimmy Butler, per Cavs sources.

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Pelinka setting stage for LeBron in L.A. (1:34)
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7dKevin Pelton

Summer League Rookie Report: Lauri Markkanen

Markkanen more than held his own as a rebounder, averaging 9.9 per 36 minutes, and has come up with five blocks in three games.

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Valentine shines for Bulls (0:49)
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Bulls down 76ers in Vegas finale

Brady Heslip scored 28 points and second-year player Denzel Valentine added 21 as Chicago defeated Philadelphia, 99-82, in the Las Vegas Summer League on Friday. The Bulls end the summer league at 3-2. Furkan Korkmaz, a 2016 first-round pick, led the Sixers with 22 points. The Sixers finished 1-4.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bulls announce they have signed Antonio Blakeney to a two way contract.

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Is Rondo a good fit for the Pelicans? (1:27)
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No luck for Chicago in Vegas

Antonio Blakeney paced the Bulls with 27 points, but it wasn't enough as Chicago fell to Portland 88-77 on Wednesday.

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Best Moments on ESPYS the Red Carpet (1:00)

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

New Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine says at ESPY's that he's ahead of schedule from knee surgery and he will be ready for training camp.

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11dKevin Pelton

Chicago vets disappointing in Vegas

The Bulls are defending summer league champs, and you'd expect them to contend for the title again. But things haven't gone nearly as well as planned.

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Barnwell's pick for greatest coach is unpopular (1:10)
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11dBill Barnwell

Head Coach Championship Belt: Phil Jackson

The Zen Master is, unsurprisingly, all over this list, claiming the belt four different times and holding it for more years (eight) than anyone else.

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11dNick Friedell

Early returns on Chicago's rebuilding plans underwhelming

Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg was trying to accentuate the positives after seeing much of his projected roster in action in Las Vegas. There were few developments to hearten Chicago's outlook, though.

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Markkanen bounces back vs. Wizards

Bulls' lottery pick Lauri Markkanen totaled 20 points and 10 rebounds on Tuesday after scoring just eight on Monday. Antonio Blakeney (23 points) and Denzel Valentine (15) also played well in Chicago's 82-73 win over Sheldon Mac (20 points) and the Wizards.

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12dKevin Pelton

Best available free agents: Nikola Mirotic

Stretch-4s are in high demand these days, but there aren't many teams with the cap space to pry the restricted Mirotic away from Chicago.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bulls announce that Cam Payne went home for family reasons and won't return to Summer League.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Holiday acknowledged that he may take more of a leadership role as one of the oldest players on the Bulls roster. He believes his journey into the NBA -- and the ups and downs he endured to get there -- can help younger players.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Holiday is looking forward to being back in Chicago and notes that he is excited about playing on a team full of younger players. "Young players tend to play hard all the time."

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Bulls' Markkanen struggles in summer league loss (0:50)
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12dNick Friedell

Bulls' Dunn (family issue) out of summer league

Chicago Bulls point guard Kris Dunn will not return to the Vegas Summer League as he deals with a family issue. The Bulls announced Dunn's absence just prior to Monday's loss to the Atlanta Hawks.

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Markkanen struggles in summer league

The Bulls lost to the Hawks 75-55 to fall to 0-2 in Las Vegas Summer League. Cameron Payne scored 12 points for Chicago, while Lauri Markkanen was held to just eight points and shot 0-for-10 from 3.

Team Stats

Points Per Game102.923rd
Rebounds Per Game46.33rd
Assists Per Game22.614th
Points Allowed102.46th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2016-174141.500
2015-164240.512
2014-155032.610
2013-144834.585
2012-134537.549