Chicago Bulls News
Lopez, Markkanen power Bulls to easy win over Hawks
Robin Lopez scored 20 points and Lauri Markkanen added 19 to help the Chicago Bulls cruise to a 113-97 win over the Atlanta Hawks
Thieves smash display cases at Houston store, make off with $2M in jewelry
Police in suburban Houston are looking for two bandits who got away with more than $2 million worth of jewelry. The brazen smash-and-grab robbery on Jan. 10 was all captured on the store’s surveillance video. In the video from Hutton's Jewelry & Gifts, a man is seen asking a clerk about an
Bulls salute moms by taking them on memorable road trip to NYC
NEW YORK -- As Quincy Pondexter looked around the dinner table last week during the Chicago Bulls ' road trip to New York City, the veteran swingman couldn't help but appreciate his unusual surroundings. For what is believed to be the first time in NBA history, the Bulls organized a moms trip -- in
Bulls' Kris Dunn suffers chipped, dislocated teeth on face-first fall
CHICAGO Bulls ?point guard Kris Dunn?chipped and dislocated two front teeth and was evaluated for a concussion after taking a hard fall late in Wednesday night's 119-112 loss to the Golden State Warriors .? Dunn was clear of concussion symptoms, the team announced, and he will be re-evaluated
Warriors beat Bulls 119-112 for 14th straight road win
Klay Thompson scores 38 points as Golden State Warriors beat Chicago Bulls 119-112 for 14th straight road win
Bazemore hits winning shot, Hawks beat Pelicans 94-93
Kent Bazemore hit a jumper with 2.1 seconds remaining and the Hawks rallied from 19 points down to beat the New Orleans Pelicans 94-93 before a sparse crowd on an icy night in Atlanta
Bulls top Pistons 107-105 in Zach LaVine's return
Zach LaVine scored 14 points in his first game in 11 months and rookie Lauri Marrkanen added 19 points as the Bulls topped the Detroit Pistons 107-105
NBA trade deadline guide: What deals can each team make?
The clock is ticking to the Feb. 8 NBA trade deadline.? While not every team will make a deal in the next four weeks, each franchise has questions it will need to address not only now but for the future. How will the Rockets' management weight the recent slide but also factor in injuries to key
Dennis Rodman on his relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un: Part 3
"Even though they say he's a bad man but he, to me, he's not a bad man," the former NBA player told ABC News' Bob Woodruff.
Former bodyguard on what Kim Jong Un's isolated childhood was like: Part 2
Lee Young-guk, the former bodyguard of Kim Jong Il, said the young Kim Jong Un spent time with adults, who educated and played with him.