It’s not Paul George, but Jimmy Butler the Cavaliers require.
The NBA off-season has commenced, and we’re in for a wild one. It’s been just one week since the Golden State Warriors won the Finals, and the trade rumors are everywhere.
Most recently, Indiana’s franchise player has been linked to the Cavaliers, and Los Angeles Lakers. Today, however, it’s Jimmy Butler that the trade buzz is all about.
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What does the summer hold for the Chicago Bulls?
The Bulls were eliminated from the playoffs in the first round by the Boston Celtics, Saturday night in Chicago. It was a controversial season, and a couple changes are sure to come. What’s next for Bulls Nation?
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Sunday night, the Chicago Bulls took on the Boston Celtics at home in the United Arena. Former point guard Derrick Rose was seen in the stands, for the first time since being traded to New York. He received a standing ovation, and even had a short chat with franchise owner Jerry Reinsdorf.
Derrick Rose will be entering free agency this summer.
Should the Bulls consider resigning their former MVP? My take:
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Each remaining playoff teams’ most essential player.
Rather than arguing the eternal MVP battle of Harden vs Westbrook, I decided to hand out my own title, the Most Essential Player.
The Most Essential Player, is the player whose performance can make the biggest impact.
Here are your most essential players, of each team in the post-season:
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The Chicago Bulls, who finished as the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference, have taken a 2-0 lead on the Boston Celtics (who finished at the 1 spot). A lot of the plays that lead them here, were sparked by a man known by many teams. Yes, Rajon Rondo is in playoff mode, and he’s giving his former team flashbacks.
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