Some prognostications and early season power rankings from around the web.
The Bulls waived Marko Jaric and Ryan Allen, trimming their roster to the mandatory 13. The Bulls can't sign anybody until Nov. 19 due to the hard cap, and with Kirk Hinrich already dealing with some injury issues, they could be in some trouble.
The 2012-13 edition of Pro Basketball Prospectus is on sale now, and they predict a 46-36 record for the Chicago Bulls.
ESPN's John Hollinger and Yahoo! Sports' Ball Don't Like crew have released their 2012 season previews for the Chicago Bulls. The previews have a similar prediction.
Boozer's game dramatically drifted outside last season, but he still kept solid overall numbers. Is that sustainable?
Luol Deng and Richard Hamilton were back at practice for the Bulls on Monday, and both guys will play on Tuesday against the Milwaukee Bucks.
In a classic training camp (this is gonna be a great year!) story, Carlos Boozer discloses that he found a new trainer in the offseason: the one who was training his kids. So he learned fundamentals, you see.
Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau revealed the team's planned starting lineup for the upcoming season. There are really no surprises.
Unable to have a full summer and forced to skip the Olympics, Joakim Noah said he's now fully healed from the ankle injury that ended last season.