The Chicago Bulls tried to move up in Thursday's NBA Draft, but settled on a relatively safe pick, taking Duke power forward Wendell Carter Jr. They added Boise State forward Chandler Hutchison with the No. 22 pick.
by: David Haugh — Chicago Tribune 3m
The Bulls improved themselves considerably in Thursday’s draft by taking big man Wendell Carter Jr. and 6-foot-7-inch wing Chandler Hutchison of Boise State, whose promise offers the perimeter-oriented offense instant help. They took a major step back...
by: Steve Greenberg — Chicago Sun-Times 1h
Just another big body? That seems to be the knee-jerk reaction to Bulls draft pick Wendell Carter Jr. around Chicago, but it's wrong.
by: AP — USA Today 1h
The Chicago Bulls have drafted Duke's Wendell Carter Jr. with the No. 7 overall pick, giving them another versatile big man to go with Lauri Markkanen
by: Stephen Noh — The Athletic 2h
Earlier on Thursday, I had advocated the Bulls to make a trade up to select European superstar Luka...
by: AP — Fox Sports 3h
CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago Bulls drafted Duke's Wendell Carter Jr. with the No. 7 overall pick on Thursday night, giving them another versatile big man to go with Lauri Markkanen.
by: William Lou — The Score 3h
With the No. 7 pick in the NBA Draft, the Chicago Bulls drafted Duke center Wendell Carter.Carter was overshadowed by sharing the frontcourt with Marvin Bagley III at Duke, but he was impressive in his own right. The clever 19-year-old adapted his skills.
by: Michael Allardyce — NBC Sports Chicago 10h
The Chicago Bulls wanted to be higher up in the NBA Draft order and armed with two first-rounders are looking to make a move, according to a report.
by: Michael Walton — NBC Sports Chicago 11h
Dwight Howard was a part of his sixth trade in seven years today, and his situation is just one of many that highlights how important peronality is when using a high draft pick.
by: K.C. Johnson — Chicago Tribune 20 Jun
John Capps, who worked for the Bulls in security since their inception and forged relationships with countless players, passed away last week.
by: Madeline Kenney — Chicago Sun-Times 20 Jun
Former NBA player and Bulls coach Vinny Del Negro believes there's a good chance the Bulls could expedite their rebuild with the NBA Draft on Thursday