“Luol had a great career and we’re honored he wanted to retire with us,” said VP of Basketball Operations John Paxson. "But when you have a chance for a retired guy like Dwyane Wade to be a member of your team, you have to go after it."
“My heart fell out of my chest,” Reynolds said. “I just couldn’t believe it, I thought it was destiny. I thought Zion Williamson was going to be a Chicago Bull.”
Reinsdorf, who sold the Bulls to Elon Musk, says that he is looking forward to putting all of his money into one new player on the White Sox, and hopes that Musk can shoot the Bulls into space to keep us safe from ever having to watch them again.
The NBA's most beloved mascot Benny the Bull needed to be restrained Monday morning by Hall of Famer and six-time NBA champion Scottie Pippen, who serves as Special Adviser for the Chicago Bulls, after Benny was seen storming into John Paxson's office with a chalk board that read "Trade Me Now."
The Bulls today announced the hiring of Doug Collins as a senior advisor of basketball operations and -- perhaps more importantly -- as a backup shooting guard.