Archive for the ‘Draft’ Category
Posted on Jun 24
The Bulls Thursday on the night of the NBA draft took another step toward the potential recruitment of a top free agent like LeBron James with a tentative trade to send Kirk Hinrich and the No. 17 pick in the draft to the Washington Wizards, sources close to both teams confirmed.
The Wizards would not be sending anything back to …
Posted on May 21
Former Kentucky star and likely No. 1 pick in the 2010 NBA Draft John Wall does not believe his college coach, John Calipari, will leave for another job.
Despite his denials, rumors have surfaced that Calipari may have an interest in the Bulls’ head coaching vacancy. But Wall doesn’t see it happening.
“Coach Cal is a guy that a lot …
Posted on May 21
While it probably wasn’t all that necessary, former Kentucky guard John Wall made his case to be the top pick in the 2010 NBA Draft on June 24 when speaking at the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago on Thursday.
“I’m a competitive person,” said Wall. “I want to win and I’m not selfish. I’ll try to help my organization win. …
Posted on May 20
Over 50 prospects for this summer’s NBA Draft are in Chicago this week for the 2010 NBA Draft Combine. Workouts are being held at Attack Athletics on the city’s West Side and are closed to the media, but players are being made available at a downtown hotel.
Thursday morning’s first group was headlined by former Ohio State star and consensus …
Posted on May 18
What do you suppose LeBron James said Tuesday when he watched the NBA Draft Lottery and saw the No. 1 pick, expected to be Kentucky guard John Wall, go to the Washington Wizards and the 70-loss New Jersey Nets fall to No. 3?
I assume he said he wasn’t going to any franchise with that kind of luck and would …
Posted on Apr 28
So what happens next?
The Bulls Tuesday in losing the opening round playoff series to the Cleveland Cavaliers 4-1 concluded what generally was a successful season with a second straight 41-41 record and first round playoff elimination. Yes, even with another first round out. This was to be the appetizer.
But given injuries that cost Joakim Noah 18 games and …