i agree del negro is one of the worst coaches in the league...they need to send hinrich to the heat for daequan cook
please let him go. with this talent we should be a better team. rose has superstar talent, salmons is under achieving but is talented. deng has all star talent at his best taj is a good rookie noah has allstar talent, maybe not on offense but defense and rebounding
The Bulls as a team are just over matched. I think they had a lot of hype after overachieving last year in the playoffs against a Celtics team that wasn't even healthy. They don't have much of a coach or talent. As for starting shooting guard, they don't have many options. Hinrich and Salmons took a big step backwards this year, they had some injuries, very little depth and they lost their leading scorer. Not sure why anyone would have expected something huge from them this year. The ONLY guy that looks any better from last year to this year is Noah. I'm not sure why people still think Tyrus is so great. He's as inconsistent as ever. Him, Bargnani and Aldridge have to be 3 of the most frustrating people to watch because you always see glimpses of what could be, but none of them have put it together. No one thinks Taj is better than him, but you always know what to expect and you always see him out giving his best effort. At the very least with Tyrus's athleticism he should be a lock down defender and top notch rebounder. Once out of every 4 or 5 games you see that.
The NETS need to find a COACH too like the bulls. Bryon Scott what happen to him since being fired?
Vinny is a joke lol
"It's impossible to definitively predict the Bulls' salary cap situation for next summer, but one very important moving part is John Salmons' player option. Should Salmons exercise his $6.7 million option, the speculation is the Bulls wouldn't be able to offer a maximum contract to any of the big names in the most decorated free agent class in NBA history. That isn't entirely accurate. But if Salmons opts in, achieving that optimum financial flexibility becomes more difficult and might involve renouncing the rights to restricted free agent Tyrus Thomas
above paragraph is from the Chicago Tribune. I wish Salmons would opt out. This is a slim chance in my opinion though because he has played poorly this season. I doubt a team would be willing to pay him more than 6.7 million. I really don't want to see Tyrus go but if it happens I hope he goes to a contender. Rockets send T-Mac to the Bulls for Brad Miller & John Salmons. That would be a trade I would love to see happen.