2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
41-41, 4th in Central

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Smart on Boston's Round 1 victory over the Bulls: "We were more than just a basketball team. We're a family."

Hablando de los Entrenadores de Eliminatorias con el Coach (1:48)
Wade not rushing to think about future (0:33)

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Jimmy Butler had his exit meeting and declined to speak to reporters after it was over.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bulls say Rajon Rondo had a family commitment and will reschedule his exit meeting for next week.

AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh
1dNick Friedell

Bulls' Portis played with foot burn for 2 months

Bulls power forward Bobby Portis says he played through a foot injury for two months after being burned by a heat pack before a March 4 game against the Clippers.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Denzel Valentine had the assembled media chuckling while he explained why he basically became a spot up shooter throughout most of his rookie season with the Bulls: "That was pretty much the only option," Valentine said after his exit interview with the Bulls' front office. "Unless you want me to go over there and take the ball from somebody. Go over and steal the ball from Jimmy? Nah."

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1dNick Friedell

Wade talks future: 'I don't need to ring-chase'

Chicago Bulls guard Dwyane Wade wants to leave all his options open this summer as he decides whether he wants to pick up the player option he has for $23.8 million next season.

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2dChris Forsberg

Celts' Bradley: 'I won the battle' with Butler

Celtics guard Avery Bradley said he felt disrespected by comments made by Bulls star Jimmy Butler after Game 5 and that he "won two battles in a row" after Boston eliminated Chicago on Friday.

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2dNick Friedell

Butler hopes to stay, also wants Rondo back

Bulls guard Jimmy Butler says he wants to remain in Chicago for the long haul and would also like to see the team pick up Rajon Rondo's option for next season.

Celtics close out Chicago with dominant win (1:47)
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2dJeff Dickerson

Trubisky booed by Bulls fans at United Center

A day after he was drafted second overall by the Bears, quarterback Mitchell Trubisky attended the Bulls-Celtics playoff game at the United Center, where he was greeted with some boos.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

After dropping the first two games of their opening-round series against the Chicago Bulls, the Boston Celtics rallied to win four straight including a 105-83 triumph in Friday's Game 6 at the United Center. Up next: Boston opens an Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Wizards on Sunday at TD Garden.

Green's extra pass leads to Bradley's 3 (0:20)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago fans boo when Bears draft pick Mitch Trubisky photo shown on JumboTron at United Center. Turns to a few cheers when they realize he's actually here.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Mitchell Trubisky was just shown on the video boards inside the United Center, and a chorus of boos initially greeted him. Wow.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Thomas missed all five 3-pointers he took in the first half but the rest of the Celtics made nine of their 14 attempts (64.3 percent). Celtics led by as much as 17 and still up double digits at halftime. Halftime: Celtics 54, Bulls 41.

Celtics stretch lead to double digits with two straight 3s (0:36)

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Dwyane Wade has been a complete non-factor early. 0/3 from the field and continues to look disinterested defensively. Obviously, Bulls have to get more from Wade if they want to have any chance tonight.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

If Jimmy Butler's knee is sore he didn't show it in first quarter. Butler's 10 points allowed Bulls to hang around after Boston went up double digits early. Avery Bradley with nine points for Boston. End of 1st: Celtics 30, Bulls 23

Green cruises to big dunk (0:16)
Celtics open game with back-to-back-to-back 3s (0:26)

Team Stats

Points Per Game102.923rd
Rebounds Per Game46.33rd
Assists Per Game22.614th
Points Allowed102.46th

Team History