No one is safe. And for a team with big dreams for their roster moving forward, no one on the Bulls roster should be. That’s what the Luol Deng trade to Cleveland last month symbolized to his former teammates. If Deng could go, well, rent in Chicago, don’t buy. “I’ve always kind of had that [mentality],’’ veteran guard Kirk Hinrich said on Friday. “From the first time that I started hearing rumors it really made clear that the possibility of being moved is there. You just try and do the best you can with the situation you’re in. “But enjoy this. Enjoy the situation we’re in right now moving forward because it’s exciting. Just try not to worry about things you can’t control.’’ Hard to do with the calendar now being flipped, and the Feb. 20 trade deadline bearing down on the Association. Specifically, on the team playing at 1901 W. Madison Street.
Taj Gibson could be on Bulls’ trading block
Chicago Sun-Times | Feb 1