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2019 Schedule
11-36, 4th in Central
McMenamin: Lakers don't have a roster spot for Melo (0:47)
Woj breaks down Melo's trade to the Bulls (2:02)
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8hAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Rockets agree to deal Carmelo to Bulls

The Houston Rockets have agreed to trade Carmelo Anthony and cash to the Chicago Bulls, who will eventually trade or waive the 34-year-old veteran, league sources told ESPN.

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9h

Bulls' Carter has thumb surgery, out 8-12 weeks

Rookie Wendell Carter Jr., a rare bright spot for the Bulls this season, will be out 8-12 weeks after having surgery to repair a ligament in his thumb. The prized rookie will be replaced by Bobby Portis and Robin Lopez for now.

Malika Andrews ESPN 

The Bulls announce rookie Wendell Carter Jr. underwent successful surgery on the ulnar collateral ligament of his left thumb this morning.

LaVine soars for 1-handed alley-oop dunk (0:30)
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2dMalika Andrews

Wade gets standing O in his Chicago farewell

Heat guard Dwyane Wade, who already has said his final goodbyes to 11 cities on his season-long farewell tour, said Saturday's swan song in Chicago "felt different than any other city."

2d

Wade helps Heat beat Bulls 117-103

Dwyane Wade had 14 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists in his final game in his hometown, helping the Miami Heat beat the skidding Chicago Bulls 117-103 on Saturday.

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Jim Boylen said that while Robin Lopez will start at center for the Bulls tonight, it will be fluid moving forward. He expects Bobby Portis to spend some time at starting C, too.

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Robin Lopez said he is starting in Wendell Carter Jr.'s absence tonight.

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3dMalika Andrews

Docs recommend Bulls' Carter undergo surgery

Chicago-based hand specialists have recommended Bulls rookie Wendell Carter undergo surgery to repair a left thumb injury. If Carter opts to have the surgery, the recovery time is 8-12 weeks.

4d

Murray, Jokic lead Nuggets to 135-105 rout of Bulls

Jamal Murray scored 22 of his 25 points in the third quarter, Nikola Jokic finished two rebounds shy of another triple-double and the Denver Nuggets cruised past Chicago 135-105 on Thursday night for their 12th straight home win over the Bulls.

Markkanen drops 20 1st-half points vs. Denver (1:14)

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Wendell Carter Jr. is out tonight with a sprained left thumb, per team. Carter sustained the injury against the Lakers on Tuesday, but played the whole game (with tape on his thumb after the injury). He will be day-to-day.

On this date: Jordan scores 64 in loss to Shaq's Magic (1:19)
Lakers can't keep Bulls under 100, spoil free tacos for fans (0:50)
Parker shows off bunny hops with swift stuff (0:18)
Parker welcomes Mykhailiuk, Hart to his poster (0:18)
Hutchison punches dunk off Carter's tightrope save (0:21)
Lonzo, Carter take turns smashing dunks (0:22)

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Bobby Portis (elbow) will be restricted to 28 minutes tonight.

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Jim Boylen says Jabari Parker will play tonight. "He's practiced very well," Boylen said.

Carter meets O'Neale at the rim (0:18)

Team Stats

Points Per Game101.029th
Rebounds Per Game41.527th
Assists Per Game21.627th
Points Allowed111.617th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-191136.234
2017-182755.329
2016-174141.500
2015-164240.512
2014-155032.610