Superstar guard Dwyane Wade made the jump from the Miami Heat to his home town Chicago Bulls this off season. Although the Bulls look seemingly great on paper, Wade isn't the kind of player Chicago are looking for
The Chicago Bulls missed the postseason for the first time since the 2007-08 season. The season was a bit of a disaster. It is now time to start over, and the Bulls seem to be asking the world for Jimmy Butler.
The 27-year-old could depart the Heat this summer via free agency, and is not short of suitors. The Western Conference semi-finalists have since been linked with a host of replacements, should Whiteside opt to leave.
The New York Knicks (29-43) took down the Chicago Bulls (36-34) on Wednesday night, 115-107. Kristaps Porzingis tied his career high of 29 points to go along with 10 boards in 30 minutes of action. Nikola Mirotic notched a career high of his own with 35 points.