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RealGM Basketball Wiretap

14 June 2024

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  • Basketball Hall Of Famer, Bulls Legend Chet Walker Passes Away At 84

    Chet Walker, a member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame and the Chicago Bulls Ring of Honor, passed away at the age of 84.

    Walker was a seven-time All-Star and a member of the 1962-63 All-Rookie team. He helped the Philadelphia 76ers win the 1967 NBA Finals.

    After making three All-Star appearances with the Sixers, Walker was traded to the Bulls ahead of the 1969-70 season. He went on to appear in four All-Star games in six seasons in Chicago. Walker never averaged fewer than 21.4 points per game during his time with the Bulls.

  • Bulls Interested In Trading Up To Draft Matas Buzelis

    Matas Buzelis has been considered a top prospect in the 2024 NBA Draft for a while now. Recent workouts have solidified his status over recent weeks.

    The 6-foot-10 combo forward has shown off an improved jumper, while demonstrating defensive versatility and good playmaking skills for his position. One team interested in potentially moving up for Buzelis in the draft is his hometown Chicago Bulls.

    The Bulls watched Buzelis at a private workout in Los Angeles. Chicago president Arturas Karnisovas and Buzelis also share Lithuanian heritage, and familiarity from being around the Lithuanian national program.

    In 34 games with the G League Ignite last season, Buzelis averaged 14.1 points on 45.5% shooting. He also grabbed 6.6 rebounds and blocked 1.9 shots per game.

  • Bulls, Grizzlies, Thunder, Jazz Could Trade Up To Draft Donovan Clingan

    Donovan Clingan has positioned himself to be a top prospect in the 2024 NBA Draft. Despite that status, Clingan could slip in the draft, because several teams with top picks already have centers in place.

    If Clingan starts to slide, a handful of teams are positioned to try to trade up to select him. The Chicago Bulls, Memphis Grizzlies, Oklahoma City Thunder and Utah Jazz could all move up from their later-lottery picks to get in range to draft Clingan. The floor for the UConn center is considered to be the Portland Trail Blazers, who hold the seventh overall pick.

    Clingan measured at 7-foot-3 with a 7-foot-7 wingspan and a 9-foot-7 standing reach at the Draft Combine. He's considered an outstanding defender, and he has nice touch on his jumper too. Many scouts envision Clingan eventually becoming an all-around offensive threat, who can also protect the rim, similar to a later-career Brook Lopez.

  • Windy City Bulls Hire Billy Donovan III As Head Coach

    The Chicago Bulls plan to hire Billy Donovan III as head coach of the Windy City Bulls of the G League.

    Donovan is the son of Bulls head coach Billy Donovan.

    Donovan previously was an assistant coach with the Austin Spurs and San Antonio Spurs. Since 2020, Donovan has been a video coordinator and assistant coach with the Bulls.

  • Marc Eversley, Bulls Recently Signed Three-Year Extension

    The Chicago Bulls recently signed Marc Eversley to a three-year contract extension that begins in July, sources tell The Athletic.

    Eversley's name was connected to recent executive searches conducted by the Charlotte Hornets and Detroit Pistons.

    The Bulls hired Eversley as general manger under Arturas Karnisovas in 2020.

  • Thunder Interested In Patrick Williams

    When the Chicago Bulls and Patrick Williams negotiated an extension this past offseason, the team offered a contract above $16 million annually.

    Williams will be a restricted free agent this offseason as he comes off a season in which he was limited to 43 games due to a foot injury.

    Sources tell The Athletic that the Oklahoma City Thunder have interest in acquiring Williams. While the Thunder have enough cap space to sign Williams outright, the Bulls could match in restricted free agency, which could result in a sign-and-trade negotiation. With their depth of future draft picks, the Thunder could theoretically afford to take on Williams in a sign-and-trade at minimal cost to them.

  • Bulls Confident Lonzo Ball Will Play During 24-25 Season

    The Chicago Bulls are confident Lonzo Ball will play next season, but are not sure when that will happen.

    Ball last played on Jan. 14, 2022 when he tore his meniscus. Ball has undergone a number of surgeries, culminating in a meniscus transplant.

    "There was no more meniscus left, and bone on bone was rubbing," Ball said. "The cartilage was gone and the bone was messed up, so I had to get a new meniscus from a donor. I had to get a bone allograft, and I had to get some new cartilage put in as well."

    Ball first suffered a meniscus tear in 2018.

    The Bulls signed Ball to a four-year, $80 million deal in 2021.

  • Bulls Prepared To Drop Asking Price For Zach LaVine Trade

    The Chicago Bulls were unable to trade Zach LaVine last season before he underwent surgery on his right foot. Whatever asking price the Bulls had for LaVine at that point will likely be lower as they reengage this offseason.

    "I do get the sense both sides are motivated to make something work this offseason," writes K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago. "I don't think the Bulls will take an awful deal if little materializes, but I do get the sense they're open to more possibilities than before. More to the point: I've reported before what their asking price was---All-Star level talent, first-round picks or both---and my sense is that it has dropped significantly."

    Johnson adds that "the desire from both sides to make a change has grown."

    LaVine re-signed with the Bulls in 2022 on a five-year, $215 million deal. LaVine will make $43 million during the 24-25 season.

    In 25 games last season, LaVine averaged 19.5 points, 5.2 rebounds and 3.9 assists.

    LaVine is represtned by Rich Paul and Lucas Newton of Klutch Sports.

  • Lonzo Ball Received Meniscus Transplant, Hopeful Of Playing Next Season

    Lonzo Ball revealed part of his recovery from his knee injury suffered in January 2022 has included undergoing a meniscus transplant from a donor.

    Ball's injury dates back to when he tore his meniscus in 2018."There was no more meniscus left and bone on bone was rubbing," Ball said. "The cartilage was gone and the bone was messed up, so I had to get a new meniscus from a donor. I had to get a bone allograft and I had to get some new cartilage put in as well."

    Ball underwent cartilage transplant surgery in March 2023, a third surgery on his left knee in the span of a year.

    Ball is optimistic that he will be ready to play at the start of the 2024-25 season.

    "I firmly believe that," Ball said. "That's the plan that I'm on and I haven't had any setbacks. I expect to play the first game."

  • Bulls Hire Dan Craig As Assistant Coach

    The Chicago Bulls are hiring assistant coach Dan Craig. The Bulls are adding Craig and Wes Unseld Jr. as the top assistants on Billy Donovan's staff.

    Craig spent the last four seasons with the LA Clippers, working as part of Ty Lue's staff. Prior to that, Craig was an assistant coach for Erik Spoelstra with the Miami Heat.


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In addition to the nationally-broadcast NBA games highlighted previously, all other NBA games are broadcast on regional sports networks available in different parts of the country. So if you’re a fan hoping to use a streaming TV service to watch the local NBA team, you must check and see if the package includes the regional sports network with rights to air the games. The internet links listed below are suited mostly to a mobile device. Some streaming providers will allow you to sign in with an email and password from your existing account with a Cable, Satellite, or Telco TV Provider with no additional cost.

It is possible that the NBA with its broadcast partner TNT will offer a free streamed presentation of any particular game, subject to time slot and teams matched up. When checking whether your chosen team is to be streamed for a scheduled game, visit the site and find the scheduled matchup(s) found along the pages left column. Locate the "Watch" link to click on which will then present you with a "How To Watch" selection palate to choose from. If it is available you will see Video Streams... Watch TNT offered on the palate to select.

Also, check to see if the TNT Overtime option appears within the NBA League Pass selection box (depending on what teams are playing) which should allow you some free streaming options to select from.

Keep in mind that free streaming may not run as smoothly as a premium video service. Revisiting these streaming sites will help you learn how to best navigate them. Sometimes there are ads to click through. There is a reason why it's free. If the stream is not working properly or lagging, just refresh the page or try another stream channel on the same network. Reddit NBA streams will generally provide a listing of newly activated streams, so check just before game time to find out what's available.



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