The New York Knicks are reportedly an option for Joakim Noah, according to Howard Beck of Bleacher Report.
The Bulls are reportedly having a "positive dialogue" with impending free agent Joakim Noah.
Joakim Noah has reportedly been telling his Chicago teammates that he's done with the organization and will be looking to go elsewhere as an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune said that Derrick Rose and Jimmy Butler will likely both be on the roster next season.
Pau Gasol said he'd like to return to the Bulls in free agency, but is open to other offers.
Jimmy Butler said that he wants to train with Derrick Rose this offseason so that they can improve their chemistry.
Jimmy Butler said that he "definitely" believes he'll be wearing a Chicago jersey when the 2016-17 season begins.
Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg is confident that his relationship with Jimmy Butler is strong.
Jimmy Butler will represent the Bulls at the NBA draft lottery on May 17.
The Chicago Tribune confirmed that the Bulls will try to re-sign Joakim Noah this summer.
According to the Chicago Tribune, some comments made by GM Gar Forman didn't sit well with Jimmy Butler.
In an interview with Spanish newspaper Marca, Pau Gasol said that the Spurs would be an "interesting option" in free agency this summer.
The Timberwolves may try and go after Joakim Noah as an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
Marc Gasol said his advice for Pau Gasol would be for him to go to San Antonio at this stage of his career.
Jimmy Butler took the blame for the Bulls failing to make the playoffs.