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Chicago Bulls All-Time Transactions

1966
Sept. 7, 1966 — Obtained guard Guy Rodgers from San Francisco for cash, a draft choice and guards Jim King and Jeff Mullins.
Oct. 14, 1966 — Sold guard John Barnhill to Baltimore; sold center Nate Bowman to Philadelphia.
Nov. 25, 1966 — Traded forward Len Chappell to Cincinnati for center George Wilson.

1967
May 1, 1967 — Lost forward Don Kojis, guard Gerry Ward and center George Wilson to the expansion draft.
Aug. 1967 — Signed Craig Spitzer as a free agent.
Oct. 2, 1967 — Obtained center Reggis Harding from Detroit for cash and a draft choice.
Oct. 20, 1967 — Obtained guard Flynn Robinson for cash and two draft choices from Cincinnati for guard Guy Rodgers.
Nov. 1, 1967 — Acquired Ken Wilburn from Trenton (EBL).
Nov. 2, 1967 — Placed Jim Burns on waivers.
Nov. 28, 1967 — Placed Reg Harding on waivers.

1968
Jan. 9, 1968 — Obtained center Jim Barnes and a draft choice from Los Angeles for center Erwin Mueller.
Apr. 23, 1968 — John Kerr resigned as Head Coach.
May 6, 1968 — Lost forward McCoy McLemore, forward Dave Schellhase and center Craig Spitzer to the expansion draft.
May 27, 1968 — Hired Dick Motta as Head Coach.
Sept. 23, 1968 — Obtained center Erwin Mueller from Los Angeles for forward Keith Erickson.
Nov. 7, 1968 — Obtained forward Bob Love and guard Bob Weiss from Milwaukee for guard Flynn Robinson.
Dec. 1, 1968 — Sold Jim Barnes to Boston.

1969
Jan. 31, 1969 — Sold Erwin Mueller to Seattle for cash and a draft choice.
Sept. 2, 1969 — Obtained guard Shaler Halimon and forward Chet Walker from Philadelphia for forward Jim Washington and future considerations.
Sept. 5, 1969 — Obtained center Bob Kauffman and a third round draft choice from Seattle for forward Bob Boozer and forward Barry Clemens.
Sept. 9, 1969 — Traded Mike Lynn to Los Angeles for a draft choice.
Oct. 12, 1969 — Obtained center Walt Wesley and a draft choice from Cincinnati for guard Norm Van Lier and center Dave Newmark.
Oct. 14, 1969 — Obtained Al Tucker off waivers.

1970
Jan. 5, 1970 — Obtained Ed Manning from Baltimore for Al Tucker.
Apr. 23, 1970 — Obtained center Jim Fox and a draft choice from Phoenix for guard Clem Haskins.
May 11, 1970 — Lost forward Loy Peterson, forward Ed Manning and center Walt Wesley to the expansion draft; Bob Kauffman traded to Philadelphia.
Sept. 15, 1970 — Signed free agent A.W. Holt.
Oct. 16, 1970 — Obtained guard Matt Guokas from Philadelphia for a draft choice.
Oct. 20, 1970 — Traded Shaler Halimon to Portland for second round draft pick in 1971; signed free agent Jim King.

1971
Jan. 9, 1971 — Traded Dick Gibbs to San Diego for future draft choice.
Jan. 20, 1971 — Obtained forward Howard Porter from the Pittsburgh Condors (ABA) for center Paul Ruffner and cash.
Jan. 26, 1971 — Waived A.W. Holt.
Apr. 15, 1971 — Released George T. Johnson.
May 14, 1971 — Obtained forward Charlie Paulk from Cincinnati for guard Matt Guokas and a draft choice.
Nov. 9, 1971 — Obtained guard Norm Van Lier and a draft choice from Cincinnati for center Jim Fox and a draft choice.
Dec. 10, 1971 — Traded Charles Paulk to New York for a future draft choice.

1972
Aug. 9, 1972 — Acquired Pome Murray from Baltimore.
Oct. 18, 1972 — Obtained center Dennis Awtrey from Philadelphia for a draft choice and cash.
Oct. 20, 1972 — Obtained forward Gar Heard and a draft choice from Seattle for forward Kennedy McIntosh.

1973
Sept. 4, 1973 — Obtained John Tresvant from Capital for cash and a future draft choice.
Sept. 10, 1973 — Obtained forward John Hummer and a draft choice from Buffalo for forward Gar Heard and center Kevin Kunnert.
Sept. 14, 1973 — Obtained guard Rick Adelman from Portland for a draft choice and cash.
Oct. 8, 1973 — Waived Mark Sibley.

1974
Jan. 7, 1974 — Traded forward John Hummer to Seattle for a draft choice and cash.
Feb. 13, 1974 — Traded Larry Cannon to Philadelphia for a future draft choice.
May 20, 1974 — Lost center Dennis Awtrey to the expansion draft.
May 28, 1974 — Traded forward Howard Porter for a 1974 first-round draft choice and cash.
Sept. 3, 1974 — Obtained center Nate Thurmond from Golden State for center Clifford Ray, a draft choice and cash.
Sept. 4, 1974 — Obtained guard Matt Guokas and two draft choices from Buffalo for guard Bob Weiss.
Sept. 12, 1974 — Signed free agent Bill Hewitt.
Sept. 18, 1974 — Obtained Mickey Johnson from Portland for a future draft choice.
Nov. 11, 1974 — Obtained forward John Block from New Orleans for guard Rick Adelman.
Nov. 27, 1974 — Waived Bill Hewitt.

1975
Sept. 5, 1975 — Obtained Fred Foster from Cleveland for a 1976 draft choice.
Nov. 27, 1975 — Traded forward Rowland Garrett and center Nate Thurmond to Cleveland for forward Eric Fernsten and center Steve Patterson; obtained Jack Marin from Buffalo for a draft choice.
Dec. 9, 1975 — Traded Matt Guokas to Kansas City for 1977 second and third round draft picks.

1976
Aug. 5, 1976 — Selected Artis Gilmore No. 1 in the ABA Dispersal Draft.
Aug. 25, 1976 — Hired Ed Badger as the third Head Coach in franchise history.
Sept. 13, 1976 — Obtained Tom Kropp from Washington for future considerations.
Sept. 15, 1976 — Released Steve Patterson.
Oct. 4, 1976 — Traded Allen Murphy to Los Angeles for a future draft choice.
Oct. 13, 1976 — John Block retired.
Oct. 16, 1976 — Signed free agent Paul McCracken.
Oct. 18, 1976 — Waived Bobby Wilson.
Oct. 21, 1976 — Waived Leon Benbow.
Oct. 28, 1976 — Released Willie Smith.
Oct. 29, 1976 — Signed free agent Wilbur Holland.
Nov. 18, 1976 — Acquired John Mengelt from Detroit.
Nov. 19, 1976 — Waived Paul McCracken; released Eric Fernsten.
Nov. 30, 1976 — Traded Bob Love to the N.Y. Nets for 1977 second round pick and cash.
Dec. 13, 1976 — Waived Dallas Smith.

1977
Jan. 11, 1977 — Signed free agent Phil Hicks.
Jan. 21, 1977 — Waived Phil Hicks; re signed free agent Hicks.
Feb. 1, 1977 — Waived Phil Hicks.
Feb. 2, 1977 — Signed Leon Benbow and placed him on Injured List.
Feb. 3, 1977 — Signed free agent Phil Hicks.
Sept. 7, 1977 — Released Keith Starr.
Oct. 5, 1977 — Waived Leon Benbow.
Oct. 6, 1977 — Waived Phil Hicks.
Oct. 14, 1977 — Waived John Laskowski.
Oct. 16, 1977 — Signed free agent Nick Weatherspoon.
Oct. 17, 1977 — Waived Cliff Pondexter and Tom Kropp.
Oct. 18, 1977 — Acquired Glenn Hansen from New Orleans for a 1978 draft choice.
Nov. 14, 1977 — Waived Glenn Hansen.
Dec. 8, 1977 — Signed free agent Jim Ard.

1978
Jan. 7, 1978 — Placed Jim Ard on Injured List; signed free agent Cliff Pondexter.
Jan. 23, 1978 — Signed free agent Cazzie Russell; waived Nick Weatherspoon.
Feb. 17, 1978 — Placed Scott May on Injured List; signed free agent Derrek Dickey.
May 12, 1978 — Hired Rod Thorn as General Manager.
June 6, 1978 — Hired Larry Costello as the fourth Head Coach in team history.
Aug. 10, 1978 — Waived Cliff Pondexter.
Aug. 11, 1978 — Traded Chuck Jura to Cleveland for future considerations.
Aug. 24, 1978 — Traded Derrek Dickey to Los Angeles for future considerations.
Sept. 1, 1978 — Hired Scotty Robertson as Assistant Coach.
Oct. 9, 1978 — Obtained John Brown from Atlanta for future draft considerations.
Oct. 11, 1978 — Obtained Charles Dudley from Golden State for future considerations; waived Jim Ard; waived Norm Van Lier.
Oct. 12, 1978 — Placed Tate Armstrong and Len Kosmalski on Injured List; placed Tom Boerwinkle on suspended list.
Oct. 13, 1978 — Obtained Andre Wakefield off waivers from Phoenix.
Oct. 25, 1978 — Signed free agent Ollie Johnson.
Oct. 26, 1978 — Obtained Scott Lloyd from San Diego for a 1981 draft choice; waived Andre Wakefield.
Nov. 29, 1978 — Waived Tom Boerwinkle.

1979
Jan. 2, 1979 — Waived Len Kosmalski and Steve Sheppard.
Feb. 16, 1979 — Larry Costello fired as coach; Scotty Robertson named interim coach.
Apr. 28, 1979 — Hired Jerry Sloan as Head Coach.
June 22, 1979 — Traded Wilbur Holland to Utah for Rickey Williams.
June 23, 1979 — Acquired two 1979 draft choices from Denver.
June 28, 1979 — Hired Phil Johnson as Assistant Coach.
July 17, 1979 — Signed free agent Mickey Johnson.
July 18, 1979 — Signed free agent Delmer Beshore.
Aug. 2, 1979 — Signed free agent Coby Dietrick.
Aug. 28, 1979 — Acquired Ricky Sobers from Indiana (compensation for Mickey Johnson).
Sept. 5, 1979 — Obtained Coby Dietrick from San Antonio for Tate Armstrong and cash.
Sept. 15, 1979 — Signed free agent Roger Brown.
Sept. 16, 1979 — Signed No. 1 pick Dave Greenwood.
Sept. 25, 1979 — Waived Charles Dudley.
Oct. 12, 1979 — Signed free agent Sam Smith.
Oct. 20, 1979 — Signed free agent Dennis Awtrey.
Dec. 4, 1979 — Waived Roger Brown.
Dec. 5, 1979 — Signed free agent Dwight Jones.

1980
Feb. 4, 1980 — Waived Sam Smith.
Feb. 13, 1980 — Traded Mark Lansberger to Los Angeles for Oliver Mack and two second round draft choices (1980 and 1981).
June 9, 1980 — Traded rights to Cedrick Hordges to Denver for future draft considerations.
June 10, 1980 — Traded rights to Calvin Garrett to Houston for a 1982 draft choice; traded No. 1 pick Kelvin Ransey to Portland for Ronnie Lester and a future draft choice.
Aug. 1, 1980 — Signed free agent Jeff Wilkins.
Aug. 12, 1980 — Signed free agent Rickey Green.
Aug. 14, 1980 — Signed free agent Dennis Awtrey.
Aug. 15, 1980 — Seattle agreed to compensate Bulls with future draft considerations for signing Awtrey.
Sept. 9, 1980 — Waived John Mengelt.
Sept. 12, 1980 — Signed free agent Larry Kenon; sent two 1981 second round draft choices and cash to San Antonio as compensation.
Oct. 6, 1980 — Waived Jeff Wilkins and Ron Charles.
Oct. 8, 1980 — Bobby Wilkerson sold to Bulls from Denver; waived Rickey Green.
Oct. 9, 1980 — Placed Ronnie Lester on the Injured List.
Oct. 23, 1980 — Activated Ronnie Lester off the Injured List.
Oct. 23, 1980 — Waived Oliver Mack.
Nov. 3, 1980 — Placed Ronnie Lester on the Injured List; signed Ricky Sobers.
Nov. 21, 1980 — Veteran free agent Ollie Johnson signed with Philadelphia; Bulls received cash from Philadelphia as compensation.

1981
Mar. 6, 1981 — Activated Ronnie Lester off the Injured List; placed Scott May on the Injured List.
June 8, 1981 — Acquired a 1981 and a 1982 draft choice from Atlanta in exchange for two 1981 draft choices.
June 10, 1981 — Acquired the draft rights to Mike Oliver from Indiana for the draft rights to Ray Blume and a draft choice.
June 20, 1981 — Veteran free agent Bobby Wilkerson signed with Cleveland.
Aug. 13, 1981 — Signed free agent Steve Hayes.
Sept. 9, 1981 — Signed free agent Jackie Robinson.
Oct. 1, 1981 — Acquired Johnny High from Phoenix for a 1983 third round draft pick.
Oct. 2, 1981 — Acquired the draft rights to Terry Stotts from Houston for cash.
Oct. 12, 1981 — Waived Terry Stotts.
Oct. 20, 1981 — Waived Johnny High.
Oct. 27, 1981 — Waived Scott May.
Oct. 28, 1981 — Waived Sam Worthen.
Nov. 6, 1981 — Signed No. 1 pick Orlando Woolridge; waived Steve Hayes.
Dec. 9, 1981 — Acquired Tracy Jackson from Boston for cash.
Dec. 11, 1981 — Waived Roger Burkman.
Dec. 22, 1981 — Waived Jackie Robinson.

1982
Feb. 17, 1982 — Fired Head Coach Jerry Sloan.
June 23, 1982 — Named Paul Westhead as Head Coach; traded a 1982 second round draft choice to Golden State for a future second round draft choice.
July 13, 1982 — Named Don Casey as Assistant Coach.
July 22, 1982 — Traded Artis Gilmore to San Antonio for Dave Corzine and Mark Olberding.
Aug. 1, 1982 — Named Mike Thibault as Assistant Coach.
Oct. 2, 1982 — Signed Dudley Bradley as a free agent for conditional third round pick in 1983 to Phoenix.
Oct. 8, 1982 — Traded Ray Blume to San Diego for a future considerations.
Oct. 22, 1982 — Waived Tom Burleson and Ricky Frazier.
Oct. 26, 1982 — Released James Wilkes and Mark Davis.
Nov. 23, 1982 — Waived Larry Kenon.

1983
Jan. 18, 1983 — Traded Coby Dietrick to San Antonio for a 1983 fourth round draft choice.
Jan. 24, 1983 — Traded Ricky Sobers to Washington for a second round draft choice in 1984 and 1985.
Feb. 15, 1983 — Traded Dwight Jones to Los Angeles for cash and a future second round draft choice.
Feb. 17, 1983 — Signed free agent Jawann Oldham.
Mar. 2, 1983 — Placed Orlando Woolridge on the Injured List.
Mar. 2, 1983 — Signed Larry Spriggs to a 10 day contract.
Mar. 6, 1983 — Placed Ronnie Lester on the Injured List.
Mar. 6, 1983 — Signed Mike Bratz to a 10 day contract.
Mar. 12, 1983 — Signed Larry Spriggs to a second 10 day contract.
Mar. 16, 1983 — Signed Mike Bratz to a 10 day contract.
Mar. 22, 1983 — Signed Larry Spriggs for remainder of the season.
Mar. 26, 1983 — Signed Mike Bratz for remainder of the season.
May 10, 1983 — Fired Head Coach Paul Westhead.
June 7, 1983 — Signed Kevin Loughery as Head Coach.
Sept. 30, 1983 — Mike Bratz signed with Golden State for a 1984 fourth round draft choice.
Oct. 25, 1983 — Waived Dudley Bradley and Tracey Jackson.

1984
Feb. 15, 1984 — Traded Reggie Theus to Kansas City for Steve Johnson and three second round draft choices (one in 1984 and two in 1985).
Aug. 11, 1984 — Traded Mitchell Wiggins and 1985 second and third round draft picks to Houston for Caldwell Jones.
Sept. 12, 1984 — Signed No. 1 draft pick Michael Jordan.
Sept. 14, 1984 — Signed free agent Charles Jones.
Oct. 26, 1984 — Signed free agent Wes Matthews.
Nov. 16, 1984 — Waived Ronnie Lester and Charles Jones.

1985
Jan. 14, 1985 — Signed free agent Chris Engler to a 10 day contract.
Jan. 24, 1985 — Signed free agent Chris Engler to a second 10 day contract.
Feb. 12, 1985 — Waived Chris Engler.
Mar. 13, 1985 — Jerry Reinsdorf takes over as owner.
Mar. 26, 1985 — Released General Manager Rod Thorn; hired Jerry Krause as Vice President/Basketball Operations.
May 28, 1985 — Fired Head Coach Kevin Loughery and assistants Bill Blair and Fred Carter.
June 17, 1985 — Signed Stan Albeck as Head Coach; traded forward Steve Johnson and second round pick to San Antonio for Gene Banks.
June 18, 1985 — Traded No. 1 pick Keith Lee and guard Ennis Whatley to Cleveland for forward Charles Oakley (ninth overall) and second round pick Calvin Duncan (30th overall).
July 8, 1985 — Signed Tex Winter as Assistant Coach.
Aug. 7, 1985 — Signed Murray Arnold as Assistant Coach.
Aug. 11, 1985 — Signed Charles Oakley.
Aug. 14, 1985 — Signed free agent Billy McKinney.
Oct. 1, 1985 — Portland signed free agent center Caldwell Jones to an offer sheet; Bulls agreed not to exercise right of first refusal in exchange for a Portland 1987 second round draft pick.
Oct. 4, 1985 — Signed free agent guard Kyle Macy to an offer sheet; Phoenix agreed not to exercise right of first refusal in exchange for two future second round draft picks.
Oct. 24, 1985 — Waived forward Rod Higgins; traded forward David Greenwood to San Antonio for George Gervin.
Oct. 25, 1985 — Placed guard Quintin Dailey on the Injured List.
Oct. 29, 1985 — Signed free agent guard John Paxson to an offer sheet; San Antonio agreed not to exercise right of first refusal in exchange for cash.
Nov. 5, 1985 — Guard Michael Jordan placed on Injured List (broken navicular tarsal bone suffered at Golden State 10/29/85); signed free agent guard Ron Brewer; waived guard Ron Brewer.
Nov. 18, 1985 — Activated guard Quintin Dailey off the Injured List.
Dec. 17, 1985 — Billy McKinney retired and joined the Bulls coaching staff.

1986
Feb. 5, 1986 — Placed guard Quintin Dailey on the suspended list.
Feb. 12, 1986 — Signed guard Michael Holton (CBA Florida) to a 10 day contract.
Feb. 22, 1986 — Signed guard Michael Holton to a second 10 day contract; signed guard Tony Brown (CBA Kansas City) to a 10 day contract; placed center Jawann Oldham on Injured List (broken left cheek bone).
Mar. 1, 1986 — Signed guard Michael Holton to contract for remainder of the season; signed guard Tony Brown to a second 10 day contract.
Mar. 5, 1986 — Placed Dave Corzine on Injured List (broken left hand); activated center Jawann Oldham.
Mar. 13, 1986 — Waived guard Tony Brown.
Mar. 14, 1986 — Placed center Jawann Oldham on Injured List (re injured left cheek bone); signed forward Rod Higgins (CBA Tampa Bay) to a 10 day contract; activated guard Michael Jordan.
Mar. 24, 1986 — Signed forward Rod Higgins to a second 10 day contract.
Mar. 27, 1986 — Waived forward Rod Higgins.
Apr. 13, 1986 — Returned center Jawann Oldham to playoff roster; replaced Michael Holton with Jawann Oldham on playoff roster.
May 19, 1986 — Fired Stan Albeck and named Doug Collins as Head Coach.
May 27, 1986 — Released Assistant Coach Mike Thibault.
June 17, 1986 — Allowed Quintin Dailey to become a free agent by declining to exercise option clause; signed 1985 draft picks Mike Brown and Calvin Duncan; traded the draft rights of second round pick Larry Krystkowiak and 1987 and 1992 second round picks to Portland for Steve Colter.
June 20, 1986 — Named Gene Littles and Johnny Bach as Assistant Coaches.
Aug. 5, 1986 — Free agent Michael Holton signed an offer sheet with Portland; Chicago agreed not to exercise right of first refusal in exchange for a 1992 second round draft choice.
Aug. 22, 1986 — Acquired Earl Cureton and Sacramento's second round draft choice from Detroit for Sidney Green.
Aug. 27, 1986 — Waived Calvin Duncan.
Sept. 9, 1986 — Signed free agent Gene Banks to a new contract.
Sept. 18, 1986 — Traded Kyle Macy to Indiana for two second round draft choices.
Sept. 25, 1986 — Jawann Oldham signed an offer sheet with New York and Chicago matched the offer.
Oct. 1, 1986 — Signed 1986 first round draft choice Brad Sellers.
Oct. 2, 1986 — Agreed to forebear right of first refusal on Orlando Woolridge in exchange for a New Jersey Nets first round draft choice and two second round draft picks.
Oct. 4, 1986 — Signed Elston Turner to an offer sheet and Denver agreed not to exercise its right of first refusal in exchange for a 1988 second round draft choice.
Oct. 23, 1986 — Acquired Granville Waiters from Houston for a future draft choice.
Oct. 30, 1986 — Traded Jawann Oldham to New York for a 1987 first round draft choice (Denver's first pick and future considerations).
Oct. 30, 1986 — Waived center Mike Smrek.
Oct. 30, 1986 — Placed Gene Banks on the Injured List (suffered broken right foot on 10/21).
Nov. 3, 1986 — Claimed Darren Daye off waivers.
Dec. 8, 1986 — Waived Darren Daye and activated Gene Banks.
Dec. 31, 1986 — Acquired Sedale Threatt from Philadelphia in exchange for Steve Colter and a future second round draft pick.

1987
Jan. 9, 1987 — Placed Sedale Threatt on the Injured List (broken right ring finger).
Jan. 10, 1987 — Signed Fred Cofield to a 10 day contract.
Jan. 20, 1987 — Signed Fred Cofield to a second 10 day contract.
Jan. 29, 1987 — Released Fred Cofield and signed Perry Young to a 10 day contract.
Feb. 9, 1987 — Signed Perry Young to a second 10 day contract.
Feb. 11, 1987 — Traded Earl Cureton to the L.A. Clippers for a 1989 draft choice.
Feb. 13, 1987 — Activated Sedale Threatt and released Perry Young.
Feb. 15, 1987 — Acquired Ben Poquette from Cleveland in exchange for a future second round draft choice.
June 9, 1987 — Promoted Special Assignments Scout/Assistant Coach Billy McKinney to Assistant Vice President/Basketball Operations.
Sept. 28, 1987 — Extended Head Coach Doug Collins' contract throughout the 1989 90 season.
Oct. 1, 1987 — Assistant Coach Gene Littles resigned to pursue other endeavors.
Oct. 8, 1987 — Signed the following free agents and rookies to contracts: Dave Corzine, Rickie Winslow, Tony White, Anthony Wilson, Doug Altenberger, Ervin Leavy, Scott Meents.
Oct. 10, 1987 — Named Phil Jackson as an Assistant Coach.
Oct. 14, 1987 — Signed Scottie Pippen.
Oct. 16, 1987 — Waived Anthony Wilson and Ervin Leavy.
Oct. 19, 1987 — Picked up Tom Sheehey off of waivers from Boston.
Oct. 22, 1987 — Signed Horace Grant.
Oct. 26, 1987 — Waived Scott Meents and Tom Sheehey.
Nov. 3, 1987 — Waived Doug Altenberger and Pete Myers.
Nov. 9, 1987 — Re signed Granville Waiters; waived Rickie Winslow.
Nov. 12, 1987 — Traded a 1988 second round draft pick to New York for Rory Sparrow; waived Tony White.
Dec. 24, 1987 — Waived Artis Gilmore.

1988
Feb. 25, 1988 — Acquired Sam Vincent from Seattle for Sedale Threatt.
Mar. 2, 1988 — Signed Elston Turner.
June 23, 1988 — Lost Mike Brown to Charlotte in the Expansion Draft.
June 27, 1988 — Traded Charles Oakley to New York for center Bill Cartwright and the exchange of 1988 first and third round draft choices.
July 21, 1988 — Billy McKinney re signed as Assistant Vice President/Basketball Operations.
July 25, 1988 — Named Jim Stack Scout.
July 29, 1988 — Signed first round draft pick Will Perdue.
Aug. 1, 1988 — Signed Sam Vincent to a new contract.
Sept. 7, 1988 — Signed Jerry Krause to a multi year contract.
Sept. 20, 1988 — Signed Michael Jordan to a multi year contract extension.
Oct. 7, 1988 — Signed Mike Lang, Charles Davis, John Fox, Jack Haley, Anthony Jones, Derrick Lewis, Kevin McKenna, Ed Nealy, Ralph Tally, Jamie Waller and David Wood.
Oct. 10, 1988 — Waived Mike Lang.
Oct. 12, 1988 — Waived Jamie Waller.
Oct. 13, 1988 — Waived Ralph Tally.
Oct. 20, 1988 — Waived Kevin McKenna.
Oct. 25, 1988 — Waived Derrick Lewis.
Oct. 26, 1988 — Waived John Fox.
Nov. 3, 1988 — Placed Scottie Pippen and Charles Davis on the Injured List.
Nov. 17, 1988 — Waived David Wood.
Nov. 18, 1988 — Activated Scottie Pippen off the Injured List.
Nov. 21, 1988 — Waived Anthony Jones.
Nov. 29, 1988 — Activated Charles Davis off the Injured List.
Dec. 14, 1988 — Traded Ed Nealy and a 1989 second round draft pick to Phoenix for Craig Hodges.

1989
Apr. 16, 1989 — Placed Craig Hodges on the Injured List; signed Dominic Pressley to a 10 day contract.
Apr. 23, 1989 — Activated Craig Hodges off the Injured List; released Dominic Pressley.
June 15, 1989 — Sam Vincent drafted by Orlando in the Expansion Draft.
June 26, 1989 — Traded Brad Sellers to Seattle for the 18th pick in the College Draft.
June 27, 1989 — Traded Dave Corzine to Orlando for the Magic's regular second-round draft choice in 1990 and the Magic's regular second-round draft choice in 1992. Seattle agreed not to draft B.J. Armstrong with the 16th and 17th choices in the first round of the draft in exchange for the Bulls' 1993 second round pick; hired Clarence Gaines, Jr., as Scout/Special Assistant to Vice President/Basketball Operations Jerry Krause.
June 30, 1989 — Extended the contract of Jim Stack as a Scout and gave him the additional responsibility of Special Assistant to Vice President/Basketball Operations Jerry Krause.
July 6, 1989 — Terminated the contract of Head Coach Doug Collins.
July 10, 1989 — Hired Phil Jackson as Head Coach.
July 27, 1989 — Signed first round draft pick Jeff Sanders.
Aug. 10, 1989 — Hired Jim Cleamons as Assistant Coach.
Aug. 24, 1989 — Signed unrestricted free agent Craig Hodges to a multi year contract.
Sept. 12, 1989 — Signed first round draft pick B.J. Armstrong.
Oct. 5, 1989 — Signed the following free agents: Matt Brust, Mike Doktorczyk, Stewart Granger, Jimmy McClain, Adrian McKinnon, Greg Spurling, David Wood and Jack Haley. Acquired Ed Nealy from the Phoenix Suns for future draft considerations.
Oct. 11, 1989 — Waived Jimmy McClain, Greg Spurling and David Wood.
Oct. 20, 1989 — Waived Stewart Granger.
Oct. 31, 1989 — Waived Matt Brust, Mike Doktorczyk and Adrian McKinnon.
Nov. 2, 1989 — Placed Jeff Sanders on the Injured List.
Dec. 18, 1989 — Waived Jack Haley; activated Jeff Sanders off Injured List.

1990
Mar. 25, 1990 — Placed Craig Hodges on the Injured List with a lower back strain; signed Clifford Lett to a 10 day contract.
Apr. 4, 1990 — Signed Clifford Lett to a second 10 day contract.
Apr. 14, 1990 — Activated Craig Hodges off Injured List; released Clifford Lett.
June 20, 1990 — Trainer Mark Pfeil resigned.
June 26, 1990 — Acquired Dennis Hopson from the New Jersey Nets for a 1990 first round draft pick and the best of 1992 three second round choices.
June 26, 1990 — Renounced the rights to Charles Davis.
June 27, 1990 — Named Herb Brown as European Representative/Assistant Coach/Scout.
July 20, 1990 — Unrestricted free agent Ed Nealy signed with Phoenix.
July 25, 1990 — Signed rookie/free agent Scott Williams.
Aug. 8, 1990 — Named Robert "Chip" Schaefer Trainer.
Aug. 11, 1990 — Signed Horace Grant to a three year contract extension.
Oct. 2, 1990 — Signed the following players for training camp: Rodney Blake, Ben Gillery, Gary Massey, Craig Neal, Greg Spurling, Keith Williams.
Oct. 4, 1990 — Signed unrestricted free agent Cliff Levingston.
Oct. 10, 1990 — Signed Ben Mitchell; waived Rodney Blake.
Oct. 15, 1990 — Waived Greg Spurling, Keith Williams and Craig Neal.
Oct. 19, 1990 — Waived Ben Mitchell.
Oct. 29, 1990 — Waived Ben Gillery and Gary Massey.

1991
June 17, 1991 — Extended the contract of Scottie Pippen.
July 1, 1991 — Renewed the option on the contract of Cliff Levingston, extending the contract through the 1991-92 season.
July 12, 1991 — Re signed John Paxson.
Aug. 26, 1991 — Re signed Bill Cartwright.
Sept. 26, 1991 — Signed Mark Randall.
Sept. 27, 1991 — Signed rookies and free agents Jerry Adams, Anthony Bowie, David Caldwell, Tony Harris, Chris Munk, Chuck Nevitt, John Potter, Ken Redfield, Oliver Taylor, Wayne Tinkle and Jamal Walker.
Sept. 30, 1991 — Waived Jerry Adams, David Caldwell, Tony Harris, John Potter, Wayne Tinkle and Jamal Walker.
Oct. 14, 1991 — Waived Ken Redfield.
Oct. 24, 1991 — Waived Chris Munk and Oliver Taylor.
Oct. 30, 1991 — Waived Chuck Nevitt and Anthony Bowie.
Nov. 4, 1991 — Traded Dennis Hopson to Sacramento for Bobby Hansen and the Kings' 1992 second round draft pick.
Nov. 7, 1991 — Signed Rory Sparrow; placed Craig Hodges on the Injured List with a sprained left knee.
Nov. 11, 1991 — Signed Scott Williams and placed him on the suspended list.
Nov. 17, 1991 — Signed Chuck Nevitt; placed Bill Cartwright on the Injured List with a broken left hand.
Nov. 23, 1991 — Waived Rory Sparrow; activated Scott Williams off suspended list.
Dec. 17, 1991 — Waived Chuck Nevitt; activated Craig Hodges off the Injured List.
Dec. 28, 1991 — Waived Mark Randall; activated Bill Cartwright off the Injured List.

1992
Mar. 30, 1992 — Signed Phil Jackson to a three year contract extension.
June 22, 1992 — Did not exercise the option to guarantee Bobby Hansen's contract for the 1992 93 season.
July 7, 1992 — Traded the rights to draft pick Litterial Green to Orlando for a 1993 second round draft pick.
July 10, 1992 — Waived Craig Hodges.
Aug. 12, 1992 — Signed rookie Byron Houston.
Aug. 19, 1992 — Signed rookie Corey Williams.
Aug. 20, 1992 — Named Ivica Dukan as Supervisor of European Scouting.
Sept. 18, 1992 — Traded Byron Houston to Golden State for the Warriors' 1993 first round draft pick; traded that pick plus two future conditional second round picks to Dallas for Rodney McCray.
Oct. 14, 1992 — Waived Irving Thomas and Kelsey Weems.
Oct. 21, 1992 — Waived Anderson Hunt.
Oct. 27, 1992 — Waived Ricky Blanton.
Oct. 28, 1992 — Waived Joe Courtney and Keith Tower.
Nov. 4, 1992 — Waived Jo Jo English and Gerald Madkins.
Dec. 2, 1992 — Placed Corey Williams on the Injured List with abdominal strain; signed Jo Jo English.
Dec. 15, 1992 — Activated Corey Williams off the Injured List and waived Jo Jo English.

1993
Jan. 8, 1993 — Placed Scott Williams on the Injured List with tendinitis in right knee.
Jan. 12, 1993 — Signed Joe Courtney to a 10 day contract.
Jan. 18, 1993 — Activated Scott Williams off the Injured List and placed Rodney McCray on the Injured List with a sprained right knee; signed Joe Courtney to a second 10 day contract.
Jan. 28, 1993 — Joe Courtney's second 10 day contract expired; signed Darrell Walker to a 10 day contract.
Feb. 7, 1993 — Signed Darrell Walker to a second 10 day contract.
Feb. 10, 1993 — Placed John Paxson on the Injured List; signed Ricky Blanton to a 10 day contract.
Feb. 17, 1993 — Signed Darrell Walker for the rest of the season.
Feb. 20, 1993 — Ricky Blanton's 10 day contract expired.
Feb. 22, 1993 — Placed Bill Cartwright on the Injured List; signed Mark Acres to a 10 day contract.
Feb. 23, 1993 — Activated Rodney McCray off the Injured List.
Feb. 25, 1993 — Acquired Ed Nealy from Golden State for a conditional second round draft pick in 2001; released Mark Acres.
Mar. 19, 1993 — Placed Trent Tucker on the Injured List; activated John Paxson off the Injured List.
Mar. 24, 1993 — Placed Corey Williams on the Injured List; activated Bill Cartwright off the Injured List.
Mar. 30, 1993 — Placed Darrell Walker on the Injured List; activated Trent Tucker off the Injured List.
Apr. 20, 1993 — Placed Ed Nealy on the Injured List; activated Darrell Walker off the Injured List.
July 19, 1993 — Signed rookie forward/guard Toni Kukoc to a multi year contract.
July 26, 1993 — Signed rookie forward Corie Blount.
Sept. 16, 1993 — Scott Williams signed a qualifying offer.
Sept. 29, 1993 — Signed Steve Kerr, Jerome Lane, Bill Wennington and Al Hamilton.
Oct. 6, 1993 — Michael Jordan retired.
Oct. 7, 1993 — Signed Randy Allen, Jaren Jackson, Pete Myers and Dirkk Surles.
Oct. 10, 1993 — Will Perdue signed a multi year contract extension.
Oct. 15, 1993 — Waived Randy Allen.
Oct. 20, 1993 — Signed B.J. Armstrong to a multi year contract extension.
Oct. 26, 1993 — Waived Dirkk Surles.
Oct. 28, 1993 — Waived Jerome Lane and Jaren Jackson.
Nov. 3, 1993 — Waived Corey Williams.
Nov. 4, 1993 — Waived Al Hamilton; re acquired Jo Jo English from Minnesota for a future conditional draft pick; placed John Paxson and Scott Williams on the Injured List.
Nov. 8, 1993 — Placed Scottie Pippen on the Injured List.
Nov. 30, 1993 — Activated Scottie Pippen off the Injured List; placed Will Perdue on the Injured List.

1994
Jan. 4, 1994 — Waived Jo Jo English; activated Will Perdue off the Injured List; placed Bill Cartwright on the Injured List.
Jan. 12, 1994 — Activated John Paxson off the Injured List.
Jan. 19, 1994 — Activated Bill Cartwright off the Injured List; placed Stacey King on the Injured List.
Feb. 1, 1994 — Activated Scott Williams off the Injured List; placed Dave Johnson on the Injured List.
Feb. 16, 1994 — Activated Stacey King off the Injured List; placed Toni Kukoc on the Injured List.
Feb. 23, 1994 — Traded Stacey King to Minnesota for Luc Longley and possible future considerations.
Feb. 25, 1994 — Activated Toni Kukoc off the Injured List; placed Bill Cartwright on the Injured List.
Mar. 1, 1994 — Waived Dave Johnson.
Mar. 8, 1994 — Placed John Paxson on the Injured List; signed Jo Jo English to a 10 day contract.
Mar. 15, 1994 — Placed Will Perdue on the Injured List; activated Bill Cartwright.
Mar. 18, 1994 — Signed Jo Jo English to a second 10 day contract.
Mar. 28, 1994 — Signed Jo Jo English for the remainder of the season.
Apr. 8, 1994 — Placed Bill Cartwright on the Injured List; activated John Paxson.
Apr. 9, 1994 — Placed Jo Jo English on the Injured List; activated Will Perdue.
Apr. 22, 1994 — Placed Corie Blount on the Injured List; activated Bill Cartwright.
May 31, 1994 — Bulls announced the team will not pick up the option year of the contract of Assistant Coach Johnny Bach.
June 28, 1994 — Hired Jimmy Rodgers as Assistant Coach.
Aug. 22, 1994 — John Paxson retired.
Sept. 19, 1994 — Signed Ron Harper.
Sept. 21, 1994 — Signed Larry Krystkowiak.
Sept. 22, 1994 — Re signed Bill Wennington.
Sept. 28, 1994 — Re signed Steve Kerr.
Sept. 29, 1994 — Signed Greg Foster and Jud Buechler.
Oct. 12, 1994 — Signed Dickey Simpkins; waived Walter Palmer.
Oct. 14, 1994 — Waived Joe Courtney and Mark Davis.
Oct. 18, 1994 — Waived Evric Gray.
Oct. 31, 1994 — Waived Kenny Harris.
Nov. 3, 1994 — Waived Kevin Franklin; placed Jud Buechler, Kevin Rankin and Bill Wennington on the Injured List.
Nov. 14, 1994 — Waived Kevin Rankin.
Nov. 16, 1994 — Activated Jud Buechler and Bill Wennington off the Injured List; placed Larry Krystkowiak and Luc Longley on the Injured List.
Nov. 18, 1994 — Waived Jo Jo English; signed Pete Myers.
Dec. 2, 1994 — Activated Larry Krystkowiak; placed Corie Blount on the Injured List.
Dec. 12, 1994 — Waived Greg Foster.
Dec. 13, 1994 — Activated Corie Blount.

1995
Jan. 4, 1995 — Activated Luc Longley; placed Larry Krystkowiak on the Injured List.
Mar. 18, 1995 — Michael Jordan returned; placed Dickey Simpkins on the Injured List.
Mar. 21, 1995 — Activated Larry Krystkowiak; placed Jud Buechler on the Injured List.
Apr. 1, 1995 — Activated Dickey Simpkins; placed Larry Krystkowiak on the Injured List.
Apr. 17, 1995 — Activated Jud Buechler; placed Corie Blount on the Injured List.
July 1, 1995 — Lost B.J. Armstrong to the Expansion Draft (Toronto).
Aug. 29, 1995 — Hired John Paxson as an Assistant Coach.
Oct. 2, 1995 — Acquired Dennis Rodman in a trade from San Antonio for Will Perdue.
Oct. 5, 1995 — Signed Randy Brown and Jack Haley.
Oct. 26, 1995 — Signed James Edwards; waived John Shasky.
Oct. 31, 1995 — Waived Kenny Harris and Ronnie McMahan.
Nov. 2, 1995 — Placed James Edwards and Jack Haley on the Injured List.
Nov. 14, 1995 — Placed Dennis Rodman on the Injured List.
Dec. 6, 1995 — Activated Dennis Rodman; placed Jason Caffey on the Injured List.
Dec. 18, 1995 — Activated Jason Caffey; placed James Edwards on the Injured List.

1996
Feb. 1, 1996 — Activated James Edwards; placed Luc Longley on the Injured List.
Feb. 20, 1996 — Activated Luc Longley; placed James Edwards on the Injured List.
Mar. 4, 1996 — Placed Bill Wennington on the Injured List; signed John Salley to a 10 day contract.
Mar. 10, 1996 — Activated James Edwards; placed Dickey Simpkins on the Injured List.
Mar. 14, 1996 — Signed John Salley to a second 10 day contract.
Mar. 16, 1996 — Activated Bill Wennington; placed Jason Caffey on the Injured List.
Mar. 19, 1996 — Activated Dickey Simpkins; placed James Edwards on the Injured List.
Mar. 23, 1996 — Signed John Salley for the remainder of the season.
Mar. 28, 1996 — Activated Jason Caffey; placed Luc Longley on the Injured List.
Apr. 5, 1996 — Activated James Edwards; placed John Salley on the Injured List.
Apr. 14, 1996 — Activated Luc Longley; placed Jason Caffey on the Injured List.
Apr. 18, 1996 — Activated John Salley; placed Bill Wennington on the Injured List.
Apr. 19, 1996 — Activated Jack Haley; placed Ron Harper on the Injured List.
July 12, 1996 — Renounced rights to Travis Knight.
July 23, 1996 — Promoted Jim Stack to Assistant Vice President of Basketball Operations.
July 24, 1996 — Signed Michael Jordan to a one year contract.
Aug. 5, 1996 — Re signed Dennis Rodman.
Sept. 3, 1996 — Hired Frank Hamblen and Bill Cartwright as Assistant Coaches.
Oct. 23, 1996 — Signed Thomas Hamilton.
Oct. 24, 1996 — Waived Corey Beck and Fred Herzog.
Oct. 29, 1996 — Waived Eric Gingold, Shawn Harlan and Matt Steigenga.
Oct. 31, 1996 — Placed Jason Caffey and Thomas Hamilton on the Injured List.
Nov. 11, 1996 — Placed Dickey Simpkins on the Injured List; activated Jason Caffey.
Nov. 22, 1996 — Placed Robert Parish on the Injured List; activated Dickey Simpkins.
Dec. 4, 1996 — Placed Luc Longley on the Injured List; activated Robert Parish.
Dec. 18, 1996 — Waived Thomas Hamilton.

1997
Jan. 14, 1997 — Placed Ron Harper on the Injured List; activated Luc Longley.
Jan. 23, 1997 — Placed Dennis Rodman on suspended list; activated Ron Harper.
Feb. 11, 1997 — Placed Randy Brown on the Injured List; activated Dennis Rodman.
Feb. 24, 1997 — Placed Bill Wennington on the Injured List; activated Randy Brown.
Mar. 3, 1997 — Placed Toni Kukoc on the Injured List.
Mar. 4, 1997 — Activated Bill Wennington.
Mar. 27, 1997 — Placed Dennis Rodman on the Injured List; activated Toni Kukoc.
Apr. 2, 1997 — Signed Brian Williams; placed Bill Wennington on the Injured List.
Apr. 12, 1997 — Signed Matt Steigenga; placed Toni Kukoc on the Injured List.
July 23, 1997 — Re signed Head Coach Phil Jackson.
Aug. 27, 1997 — Re signed Michael Jordan.
Sept. 3, 1997 — Signed Joe Kleine.
Sept. 8, 1997 — Re signed Bill Wennington.
Sept. 22, 1997 — Acquired Scott Burrell in a trade from Golden State for Dickey Simpkins.
Oct. 1, 1997 — Signed Dante Calabria, Boris Gorenc, Rusty LaRue, Kornel David and Eric Gingold to one year contracts.
Oct. 2, 1997 — Signed Keith Booth.
Oct. 23, 1997 — Re signed Dennis Rodman.
Oct. 28, 1997 — Waived Eric Gingold, Kornel David and Dante Calabria.
Oct. 30, 1997 — Waived Boris Gorenc and Rusty LaRue.
Nov. 8, 1997 — Placed Bill Wennington on the Injured List; activated Keith Booth.
Nov. 14, 1997 — Placed Steve Kerr on the Injured List.
Nov. 15, 1997 — Signed Rusty LaRue.
Nov. 21, 1997 — Placed Keith Booth on the Injured List; activated Bill Wennington.
Dec. 9, 1997 — Placed Rusty LaRue on the Injured List; activated Steve Kerr.

1998
Jan. 10, 1998 — Placed Bill Wennington on the Injured List; activated Scottie Pippen.
Jan. 16, 1998 — Placed Steve Kerr on the Injured List; activated Rusty LaRue.
Jan. 23, 1998 — Placed Joe Kleine on the Injured List; activated Bill Wennington.
Jan. 31, 1998 — Placed Rusty LaRue on the Injured List; activated Joe Kleine.
Feb. 19, 1998 — Traded Jason Caffey to Golden State for David Vaughn and 1998 and 2000 second round picks.
Mar. 2, 1998 — Signed Dickey Simpkins; waived David Vaughn.
Mar. 7, 1998 — Placed Randy Brown on the Injured List; activated Steve Kerr.
Mar. 17, 1998 — Placed Luc Longley on the Injured List; activated Randy Brown.
Mar. 28, 1998 — Placed Joe Kleine on the Injured List; activated Luc Longley.
Apr. 4, 1998 — Placed Toni Kukoc on the Injured List; activated Keith Booth.
Apr. 9, 1998 — Placed Luc Longley on the Injured List; activated Joe Kleine.
Apr. 15, 1998 — Placed Keith Booth on the Injured List; activated Toni Kukoc.
July 23, 1998 — Hired Tim Floyd as Director of Basketball Operations.
Aug. 1, 1998 — Hired Gar Forman as Scout.
Aug. 6, 1998 — Hired Fred Tedeschi as Head Athletic Trainer.
Aug. 20, 1998 — Re signed Assistant Coach Frank Hamblen.
Aug. 26, 1998 — Hired Jim Wooldrige as Assistant Coach.
Aug. 27, 1998 — Re signed Assistant Coach Bill Cartwright.

1999
Jan. 13, 1999 — Michael Jordan retired.
Jan. 15, 1999 — Named Tim Floyd Head Coach.
Jan. 21, 1999 — Renounced the rights to Jud Buechler, James Edwards, Michael Jordan, Joe Kleine, Dennis Rodman and John Salley; traded Steve Kerr to San Antonio for Chuck Person and a future first round draft pick; signed Corey Benjamin, Kornel David, Charles Jones, Rusty LaRue, Dickey Simpkins, Curtis Staples, Matt Steigenga, Bill Wennington and Robert Werdann.
Jan. 22, 1999 — Traded Scottie Pippen to the Houston Rockets for Roy Rogers and a second round draft pick; traded a future second round draft pick to the Milwaukee Bucks for Andrew Lang; signed Cory Carr.
Jan. 23, 1999 — Traded Luc Longley to Phoenix for Mark Bryant, Martin Muursepp, Bubba Wells and a future first round draft pick.
Jan. 25, 1999 — Renounced the rights to Scott Burrell and signed Brent Barry.
Jan. 27, 1999 — Signed Priest Lauderdale; waived Curtis Staples, Martin Muursepp and Bubba Wells.
Jan. 30, 1999 — Signed Mario Bennett.
Feb. 1, 1999 — Waived Roy Rogers and Robert Werdann.
Feb. 3, 1999 — Waived Priest Lauderdale and Matt Steigenga.
Feb. 4, 1999 — Signed Jeff Sanders; placed Charles Jones and Jeff Sanders on the Injured List.
Feb. 16, 1999 — Waived Mario Bennett; activated Charles Jones.
Feb. 19, 1999 — Placed Corey Benjamin and Bill Wennington on the Injured List.
Feb. 27, 1999 — Placed Keith Booth and Cory Carr on the Injured List; activated Corey Benjamin and Bill Wennington.
Mar. 9, 1999 — Placed Charles Jones and Rusty LaRue on the Injured List; activated Keith Booth and Cory Carr.
Mar. 18, 1999 — Placed Corey Benjamin and Andrew Lang on the Injured List; activated Charles Jones and Rusty LaRue.
Mar. 25, 1999 — Placed Ron Harper on the Injured List; activated Corey Benjamin.
Apr. 9, 1999 — Placed Brent Barry on the Injured List; activated Ron Harper.
Apr. 23, 1999 — Placed Charles Jones on the Injured List; activated Brent Barry.
May 3, 1999 — Placed Randy Brown on the Injured List; activated Charles Jones.
Jul. 9, 1999 — Frank Hamblen resigned as Assistant Coach.
Jul. 15, 1999 — Signed first-round draft pick Ron Artest.
Jul. 16, 1999 — Tex Winter resigned as Assistant Coach.
Jul. 26, 1999 — Signed No. 1 draft pick Elton Brand.
Aug. 8, 1999 — Waived Charles Jones.
Aug. 10, 1999 — Hired Bill Berry as Assistant Coach.
Aug. 12, 1999 — Traded Brent Barry to Seattle for Hersey Hawkins and James Cotton.
Aug. 24, 1999 — Signed second-round draft pick Michael Ruffin.
Aug. 25, 1999 — Signed free agents Will Perdue, Cory Carr and Brett Robisch; signed second-round draft pick Lari Ketner.
Aug. 27, 1999 — Hired Phil Johnson as Assistant Coach.
Aug. 30, 1999 — Signed free agent B.J. Armstrong.
Sept. 14, 1999 — Signed free agent Fred Hoiberg.
Sept. 16, 1999 — Re-signed Dickey Simpkins.
Sept. 22, 1999 — Waived Keith Booth.
Sept. 27, 1999 — Hired Don Haskins as Consultant.
Sept. 29, 1999 — Traded a 2000 second round draft pick to Dallas for Chris Anstey.
Oct. 4, 1999 — Signed Maceo Baston and Doug Swenson.
Oct. 19, 1999 — Waived James Cotton.
Oct. 20, 1999 — Waived Maceo Baston and Brett Robisch.
Oct. 27, 1999 — Waived Cory Carr.
Oct. 28, 1999 — Signed Dedric Willoughby, waived Doug Swenson.
Nov. 1, 1999 — Waived Rusty LaRue; placed B.J. Armstrong (left knee arthroscopic surgery), Corey Benjamin (right ankle sprain) and Lari Ketner (left wrist sprain) on the Injured List.
Nov. 17, 1999 — Activated Corey Benjamin and Lari Ketner; placed Fred Hoiberg (right quad tendon strain) and Dickey Simpkins (left achilles tendonitis) on the Injured List.
Nov. 27, 1999 — Activated Dickey Simpkins; placed Lari Ketner (left knee patella tendonitis) on the Injured List.
Dec. 8, 1999 — Activated B.J. Armstrong; placed Toni Kukoc (back spasms) on the Injured List.
Dec. 15, 1999 — Activated Fred Hoiberg and placed Hersey Hawkins (left medial gastroc tear) on the Injured List.
Dec. 17, 1999 — Activated Lari Ketner and placed Randy Brown (left knee tendonitis) on the Injured List.
Dec. 20, 1999 — Signed Rusty LaRue and waived Lari Ketner.
Dec. 29, 1999 — Signed Khalid Reeves and waived Rusty LaRue.

2000
Jan. 3, 2000 — Activated Randy Brown and waived Kornel David; placed Fred Hoiberg (right quad tendon strain) on the Injured List.
Jan. 4, 2000 — Hired Pete Myers as Scout; waived Khalid Reeves and Dedric Willoughby.
Jan. 7, 2000 — Signed Matt Maloney.
Jan. 10, 2000 — Signed Chris Carr and Dedric Willoughby to 10-day contracts; placed B.J. Armstrong (left knee loose body) on the Injured List.
Jan. 20, 2000 — Signed Chris Carr to a second 10-day contract.
Jan. 21, 2000 — Activated Hersey Hawkins.
Jan. 30, 2000 — Signed Chris Carr for the remainder of the season.
Feb. 16, 2000 — Traded Toni Kukoc to the Philadelphia 76ers as part of a three-way trade with the Golden State Warriors, received John Starks and the Washington Wizards' conditional No. 1 draft pick from Golden State and Bruce Bowen from the 76ers; placed Corey Benjamin (left ankle sprain) on the Injured List.
Feb. 18, 2000 — Waived Bruce Bowen.
Feb. 24, 2000 — Activated Fred Hoiberg.
Mar. 5, 2000 — Activated Corey Benjamin and placed Ron Artest (right ankle sprain) on the Injured List.
Mar. 15, 2000 — Activated Ron Artest and placed Michael Ruffin (right shoulder tendonitis) on the Injured List.
Mar. 21, 2000 — Waived John Starks.
Mar. 29, 2000 — Activated Michael Ruffin and placed B.J. Armstrong (left knee tendonitis) on the Injured List.
Apr. 8, 2000 — Activated B.J. Armstrong and placed Randy Brown (lower back spasms) on the Injured List.
Apr. 18, 2000 — Activated Randy Brown and placed Ron Artest (sprained right ankle) on the Injured List.
June 20, 2000 — Waived Will Perdue.
Jul. 5, 2000 — Hired B.J. Armstrong as Special Assistant to VP/Basketball Operations.
Aug. 2, 2000 — Signed Ron Mercer.
Aug. 16, 2000 — Signed Dragan Tarlac.
Sept. 7, 2000 — Signed Brad Miller to an offer sheet; renounced the rights to Dickey Simpkins.
Sept. 19, 2000 — Waived Hersey Hawkins.
Sept. 20, 2000 — Renounced the rights to Chris Anstey, B.J. Armstrong and Matt Maloney.
Sept. 25, 2000 — Signed Jamal Crawford.
Sept. 26, 2000 — Signed Marcus Fizer.
Sept. 28, 2000 — Acquired Bryce Drew from Houston for future considerations.
Oct. 2, 2000 — Signed draft picks Khalid El-Amin and A.J. Guyton. Signed Toby Bailey, Lorenzo Coleman, Steve Goodrich, and Johnny Taylor.
Oct. 14, 2000 — Waived Lorenzo Coleman.
Oct. 19, 2000 — Signed draft pick Jake Voskuhl.
Oct. 20, 2000 — Waived Johnny Taylor.
Oct. 24, 2000 — Waived Toby Bailey.
Oct. 26, 2000 — Signed draft pick Dalibor Bagaric.
Oct. 30, 2000 — Waived Steve Goodrich; placed Corey Benjamin (right shoulder tendonitis), Dalibor Bagaric (right knee contusion) and Jake Voskuhl (left foot tendonitis) on the Injured List.
Nov. 11, 2000 — Placed Bryce Drew (left hamstring strain) and Brad Miller (right hand fracture) on the Injured List; activated Corey Benjamin and Jake Voskuhl.
Nov. 21, 2000 — Placed Jake Voskuhl (right hip flexor strain) on the Injured List; activated Dalibor Bagaric.
Dec. 1, 2000 — Placed A.J. Guyton (sprained right knee) on the Injured List; activated Jake Voskuhl.
Dec. 15, 2000 — Placed Jake Voskuhl (left foot tendonitis) on the Injured List; activated Bryce Drew.
Dec. 19, 2000 — Placed Dalibor Bagaric (right knee tendonitis) on the Injured List; activated Brad Miller.

2001
Feb. 18, 2001 — Placed Michael Ruffin (broken right hand) on the Injured List; activated Dalibor Bagaric.
Feb. 28, 2001 — Placed Khalid El-Amin (left knee tendonitis) on the Injured List; activated A.J. Guyton.
Mar. 2, 2001 — Placed Dragan Tarlac (left ankle tendonitis) on the Injured List; activated Michael Ruffin.
Mar. 16, 2001 — Placed Michael Ruffin (broken left hand) on the Injured List; activated Dragan Tarlac.
Mar. 20, 2001 — Waived Khalid El-Amin.
Mar. 27, 2001 — Signed Steve Goodrich; placed Bryce Drew (torn right plantar fascia) on the Injured List.
Mar. 29, 2001 — Placed Dragan Tarlac (right ankle sprain) on the Injured List.
Apr. 13, 2001 — Placed Jamal Crawford (hyperextended left knee) on the Injured List; activated Dragan Tarlac.
June 14, 2001 — Acquired Charlotte's 2001 second-round draft pick (45th overall) in exchange for the draft rights to Roberto Duenas.
June 27, 2001 — Traded Elton Brand to the L.A. Clippers for Brian Skinner and the draft rights to Tyson Chandler.
July 13, 2001 — Acquired Charles Oakley and the Raptors' 2002 second round draft pick from Toronto in exchange for Brian Skinner.
July 18, 2001 — Signed Eddie Robinson to an offer sheet. Renounced the rights to Corey Benjamin, Steve Goodrich and Dragan Tarlac.
July 20, 2001 — Acquired Greg Anthony from Portland in exchange for the Raptors' 2002 second-round draft choice. Renounced the rights to Bryce Drew.
Sept. 24, 2001 — Signed free agent Kevin Ollie.
Sept. 26, 2001 — Signed second-round pick Trenton Hassell.
Oct. 1, 2001 — Re-signed Fred Hoiberg. Signed first-round picks Eddy Curry and Tyson Chandler. Traded Sean Lampley to Miami for a future second-round draft pick.
Oct. 12, 2001 — Picked up the option on Ron Artest's contract for the 2002-03 season.
Oct. 25, 2001 — Waived Michael Ruffin.
Oct. 29, 2001 — Traded Jake Voskuhl to Phoenix for Phoenix's second-round draft pick in 2003 and Soumalia Soumake. Waived Soumalia Soumake.
Oct. 31, 2001 — Placed Ron Artest (broken right ring finger), Jamal Crawford (torn ACL, left knee) and Eddie Robinson (non-acute fracture, left big toe) on the Injured List.
Nov. 10, 2001 — Activated Eddie Robinson and placed A.J. Guyton (left ankle tendonitis) on the Injured List.
Nov. 21, 2001 — Activated A.J. Guyton and placed Eddie Robinson (left big toe sesamoiditis) on the Injured List.
Dec. 20, 2001 — Activated Ron Artest and placed A.J. Guyton (left hamstring strain) on the Injured List.
Dec. 24, 2001 — Head Coach Tim Floyd resigned. Bill Berry named Interim Head Coach.
Dec. 28, 2001 — Named Bill Cartwright Head Coach and Pete Myers Assistant Coach.

2002
Jan. 3, 2002 — Activated A.J. Guyton and placed Dalibor Bagaric (low back pain) on the Injured List.
Jan. 15, 2002 — Activated Eddie Robinson and placed A.J. Guyton (left elbow bursitis) on the Injured List.
Jan. 26, 2002 — Activated Dalibor Bagaric and A.J. Guyton from the Injured List and placed Greg Anthony (partial tear, right Achilles) and Ron Mercer (sprained MCL, right knee) on the Injured List.
Feb. 19, 2002 — Acquired Jalen Rose, Travis Best, Norm Richardson and a conditional second-round draft pick from Indiana for Ron Artest, Ron Mercer, Brad Miller and Kevin Ollie.
Feb. 20, 2002 — Activated Greg Anthony and placed Norm Richardson (left ankle sprain) on the Injured List.
Mar. 1, 2002 — Waived Greg Anthony.
Mar. 3, 2002 — Activated Jamal Crawford.
Mar. 11, 2002 — Bulls and Head Coach Bill Cartwright agreed to exercise the three-year option on Cartwright's contract.
Apr. 3, 2002 — Activated Norm Richardson and placed A.J. Guyton (left shoulder bruise) on the Injured List.
Apr. 13, 2002 — Activated A.J. Guyton and placed Charles Oakley (left shoulder tendonitis) on the Injured List.
July 8, 2002 — Named Bob Thornton Assistant Coach.
July 10, 2002 — Signed draft pick Jay Williams.
July 30, 2002 — Signed free agent Corie Blount.
Aug. 13, 2002 — Signed draft pick Roger Mason, Jr.
Aug. 16, 2002 — Signed free agent Donyell Marshall.
Sept. 5, 2002 — Named Mike Wilhelm Assistant Coach/Advance Scout.
Sept. 18, 2002 — Signed free agents Rick Brunson and Doug Overton.
Sept. 30, 2002 — Signed draft pick Lonny Baxter and free agent David Graves.
Oct. 21, 2002 — Waived David Graves and Doug Overton.
Oct. 25, 2002 — Acquired Erick Barkley and cash from the San Antonio Spurs in exchange for future considerations.
Oct. 25, 2002 — Waived Erick Barkley.
Oct. 28, 2002 — Placed Dalibor Bagaric (lower leg tenosynovitis), Rick Brunson (right knee tendonitis) and Roger Mason, Jr. (right shoulder surgery) on the Injured List.
Nov. 8, 2002 — Activated Dalibor Bagaric and placed Corie Blount (left knee tendonitis) on the Injured List.
Nov. 19, 2002 — Activated Corie Blount and placed Dalibor Bagaric (left knee tendonitis) on the Injured List.
Dec. 16, 2002 — Activated Dalibor Bagaric and placed Corie Blount (left hip contusion) on the Injured List.
Dec. 28, 2002 — Activated Corie Blount and placed Dalibor Bagaric (left knee tendonitis) on the Injured List.

2003
Jan. 20, 2003 — Activated Rick Brunson and placed Jay Williams (left ankle sprain) on the Injured List.
Jan. 31, 2003 — Activated Jay Williams and placed Lonny Baxter (left knee tendinitis) on the Injured List.
Feb. 1, 2003 — Activated Dalibor Bagaric and placed Marcus Fizer (right knee sprain) on the Injured List.
Feb. 12, 2003 — Activated Lonny Baxter and placed Dalibor Bagaric (right knee tendinitis) on the Injured List.
Feb. 21, 2003 — Activated Roger Mason, Jr. and placed Rick Brunson (right knee tendinitis) on the Injured List.
Mar. 6, 2003 — Activated Dalibor Bagaric and placed Eddie Robinson (right hamstring pull) on the Injured List.
Mar. 18, 2003 — Activated Rick Brunson and placed Fred Hoiberg (right Achilles tendinitis) on the Injured List.
Mar. 22, 2003 — Activated Eddie Robinson and placed Dalibor Bagaric (left ankle sprain) on the Injured List.
Apr. 7, 2003 — Bulls announced the resignation of Executive Vice President - Basketball Operations Jerry Krause.
Apr. 11, 2003 — Activated Dalibor Bagaric and placed Tyson Chandler (Esophagitis) on the Injured List.
Apr. 13, 2003 — Activated Fred Hoiberg and placed Donyell Marshall (right shoulder strain) on the Injured List.
Apr. 14, 2003 — Bulls announced the hiring of John Paxson, Executive Vice President - Basketball Operations.
June 26, 2003 — Conveyed to Toronto the draft rights to forward Matt Bonner (45th selection) in exchange for a future second-round pick.
July 15, 2003 — Named Johnny Bach Assistant Coach.
July 15, 2003 — Signed draft pick Kirk Hinrich.
July 16, 2003 — Named Ron Adams Assistant Coach.
July 20, 2003 — Signed free agent Scottie Pippen.
July 31, 2003 — Re-signed free agent Corie Blount.
Aug. 20, 2003 — Signed free agent Kendall Gill.
Sept. 4, 2003 — Issued contract buyout of Dalibor Bagaric.
Oct. 20, 2003 — Waived Josh Davis.
Oct. 23, 2003 — Waived Trenton Hassell.
Oct. 27, 2003 — Placed Kirk Hinrich (viral illness), Linton Johnson III (right ankle sprain) and Jay Williams (injuries to pelvis and left knee) on the Injured List.
Nov. 7, 2003 — Placed Marcus Fizer (inflamed right knee) and Roger Mason, Jr. (left groin strain) on the Injured List and activated Kirk Hinrich and Linton Johnson III.
Nov. 18, 2003 — Placed Linton Johnson III (right ankle sprain) on the Injured List and activated Marcus Fizer.
Nov. 24, 2003 — Relieved Bill Cartwright of his Head Coaching duties.
Nov. 28, 2003 — Named Scott Skiles the 15th Head Coach in franchise history.
Dec. 1, 2003 — Traded Lonny Baxter, Donyell Marshall and Jalen Rose to the Toronto Raptors in exchange for Antonio Davis, Chris Jefferies and Jerome Williams.
Dec. 1, 2003 — Placed Tyson Chandler (low back pain) on the Injured List and activated Linton Johnson III.
Dec. 16, 2003 — Acquired Rick Brunson from the Toronto Raptors in exchange for Roger Mason, Jr.
Dec. 16, 2003 — Placed Scottie Pippen (left knee arthroscopy) on the Injured List.

2004
Jan. 6, 2004 — Waived guard Linton Johnson III.
Jan. 7, 2004 — Signed free agent Ronald Dupree to a 10-day contract.
Jan. 13, 2004 — Activated Scottie Pippen and placed Chris Jefferies (left ankle sprain) on the Injured List.
Jan. 17, 2004 — Signed Ronald Dupree to a second 10-day contract.
Jan. 25, 2004 — Placed Kendall Gill (right achilles strain) on the Injured List and activated Chris Jefferies.
Jan. 27, 2004 — Signed Ronald Dupree to a contract for the remainder of the season.
Jan. 31, 2004 — Activated Tyson Chandler and placed Chris Jefferies (right ankle sprain) on the Injured List.
Feb. 12, 2004 — Placed Scottie Pippen (sore left knee) on the Injured List and activated forward Chris Jeffries.
Feb. 17, 2004 — Waived guard Jay Williams.
Feb. 26, 2004 — Activated Kendall Gill and placed Chris Jeffries (low back pain) on the Injured List.
Feb. 28, 2004 — Placed Corie Blount on the Injured List and signed Linton Johnson III to a 10-day contract.
Mar. 2, 2004 — Waived Corie Blount.
Mar. 4, 2004 — Signed free agent Paul Shirley to a 10-day contract and placed Marcus Fizer (left ankle sprain) on the Injured List.
Mar. 9, 2004 — Signed Linton Johnson III to a second 10-day contract.
Mar. 15, 2004 — Waived Rick Brunson, signed Paul Shirley to his second 10-day contract and signed free agent Jannero Pargo to a 10-day contract.
Mar. 19, 2004 — Signed Linton Johnson III to a contract for the remainder of the season.
Mar. 25, 2004 — Signed Paul Shirley and Jannero Pargo for the remainder of the season.
Mar. 25, 2004 — Activated Marcus Fizer and placed Paul Shirley (bruised kidney) on the Injured List.
Apr. 7, 2004 — Activated Chris Jefferies and placed Kendall Gill (migraine headaches) on the Injured List.
May 3, 2004 — Bulls named Jay Hillock Director of Pro Personnel.
May 19, 2004 — Jim Boylan hired as Assistant Coach.
June 24, 2004 — The Bulls acquired the rights to Luol Deng, the 7th overall pick in the 2004 Draft, from Phoenix in exchange for a Bulls future conditional first round pick, the rights to the 31st pick in the second round of the 2004 Draft (Jackson Vroman), and an undisclosed amount of cash.
July 27, 2004 — Signed draft pick Ben Gordon.
July 27, 2004 — Signed draft pick Luol Deng.
Aug. 5, 2004 — Re-signed Jamal Crawford and traded him and Jerome Williams to New York for Dikembe Mutombo, Othella Harrington, Frank Williams and Cezary Trybankski.
Aug. 11, 2004 — Signed free agent Andrés Nocioni.
Aug. 20, 2004 — Waived Paul Shirley.
Sept. 8, 2004 — Traded Dikembe Mutombo to the Houston Rockets for Eric Piatkowski, Adrian Griffin and Mike Wilks.
Sept. 30, 2004 — Signed undrafted free agent Jared Reiner.
Oct. 4, 2004 — Waived Chris Jefferies.
Oct. 4, 2004 — Signed draft pick Chris Duhon.
Oct. 5, 2004 — Signed free agent Gary Trent.
Oct. 5, 2004 — Scottie Pippen retired.
Oct. 20, 2004 — Waived Mike Wilks.
Oct. 28, 2004 — Waived Gary Trent and Cezary Trybanksi.
Nov. 1, 2004 — Waived Eddie Robinson.
Nov. 1, 2004 — Placed Jannero Pargo (left knee tendinitis), Tommy Smith (left ankle sprain) and Frank Williams (left hamstring strain) on the Injured List.
Nov. 19, 2004 — Placed Jared Reiner (left calf strain) on the Injured List activated Jannero Pargo.
Dec. 1, 2004 — Placed Jannero Pargo (left hamstring strain) on the Injured List and activated Frank Williams.

2005
Jan. 5, 2005 — Waived Tommy Smith.
Jan. 14, 2005 — Placed Frank Williams (left hamstring strain) on the Injured List and activated Jannero Pargo.
Feb. 5, 2005 — Placed Antonio Davis (mid-back strain) on the Injured List and activated Jared Reiner.
Feb. 16, 2005 — Placed Jared Reiner (left quadriceps strain) on the Injured List and activated Antonio Davis.
Mar. 4, 2005 — Placed Luol Deng (right ankle sprain) on the Injured List and activated Frank Williams.
Mar. 16, 2005 — Placed Frank Williams (left groin strain) on the Injured List and activated Jared Reiner.
Mar. 21, 2005 — Placed Jared Reiner (left hip flexor strain) on the Injured List and activated Luol Deng.
Apr. 5, 2005 — Placed Luol Deng (right wrist ligament tear) on the Injured List and activated Jared Reiner.
Apr. 18., 2005 — Signed free agent Lawrence Funderburke and placed Eddy Curry (irregular heartbeat) on the Injured List.
Apr. 20, 2005 — Placed Tyson Chandler (sprained left ankle) and activated Frank Williams.
June 9, 2005 — Bulls agree to contract extension with Head Coach Scott Skiles.
Aug. 8, 2005 — Signed undrafted free agent Eddie Basden.
Aug. 15, 2005 — Matched the contract offer made to restricted free agent Chris Duhon by the Toronto Raptors on Aug. 9.
Aug. 24, 2005 — Re-signed unrestricted free agent Othella Harrington.
Sept. 1, 2005 — Agreed to terms with restricted free agent Tyson Chandler for a long-term contract.
Sept. 2, 2005 — Signed free agent Malik Allen.
Sept. 23, 2005 — Signed free agent Darius Songaila.
Oct. 3, 2005 — Re-signed free agent guard Jannero Pargo.
Oct. 4, 2005 — Traded Eddy Curry and Antonio Davis to New York in exchange for Mike Sweetney, Tim Thomas, Jermaine Jackson, a conditional first round draft pick and two second round draft picks.
Oct. 18, 2005 — Waived Jermaine Jackson.
Oct. 24, 2005 — Exercised the fourth-year option on Kirk Hinrich.
Oct. 27, 2005 — Waived Randy Holcomb.
Nov. 2, 2005 — Waived Kasib Powell.

2006
Jan. 5, 2006 — Signed Randy Holcomb to a 10-day contract.
Jan. 17, 2006 — Signed Stephen Graham to a 10-day contract.
Jan. 20, 2006 — Assigned Eddie Basden to the D-League.
Jan. 27, 2006 — Signed James Thomas to a 10-day contract.
Feb. 6, 2006 — Signed James Thomas to a second 10-day contract.
March 1, 2006 — Waived Tim Thomas.
March 5, 2006 — Signed Luke Schenscher to a 10-day contract.
March 13, 2006 — Recalled Eddie Basden from the D-League.
March 15, 2006 — Signed Luke Schenscher to second 10-day contract.
March 22, 2006 — Signed Randy Livingston to a 10-day contract.
March 25, 2006 — Signed Luke Schenscher for remainder of the season.
April 1, 2006 — Signed Randy Livingston to second 10-day contract.
April 11, 2006 — Signed Randy Livingston for the remainder of the season.
June 28, 2006 — Acquired the draft rights to No. 4 pick Tyrus Thomas and Viktor Khryapa from Portland in exchange for the draft rights to No. 2 pick LaMarcus Aldridge (Texas) and a future second-round pick.
June 28, 2006 — Acquired the draft rights to No. 13 pick Thabo Sefolosha (Switzerland) from Philadelphia for the draft rights to No. 16 pick Rodney Carney (Memphis), New York's 2007 second-round pick and cash.
July 5, 2006 — Named Jim Paxson Consultant.
July 7, 2006 — Waived Othella Harrington.
July 13, 2006 — Signed free agent Ben Wallace to a contract.
July 14, 2006 — Acquired P.J. Brown and J.R. Smith from the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets in exchange for Tyson Chandler.
July 20, 2006 — Traded J.R. Smith to the Denver Nuggets in exchange for Howard Eisley and two 2007 second-round draft picks from the Nuggets.
July 31, 2006 — Signed free agent Adrian Griffin to a contract.
August 1, 2006 — Signed draft picks Thabo Sefolosha and Tyrus Thomas.
August 18, 2006 — Acquired Martynas Andriuskevicius from Cleveland in exchange for Eddie Basden.
October 6, 2006 — Waived Eric Chenowith.
October 10, 2006 — Waived Scott Merritt.
October 12, 2006 — Waived Jeff Varem.
October 24, 2006 — Picked up fourth-year option on Luol Deng, Ben Gordon and Viktor Khryapa.
October 30, 2006 — Waived Luke Schenscher.
October 31, 2006 — Re-signed Kirk Hinrich to a multi-year extension.
Dec. 11, 2006 Assigned Martynas Andriuskevicius to the D-League's Dakota Wizards.

2007
July 18, 2007 — Re-signed free agent Andrés Nocioni.
July 18, 2007 — Signed free agent Joe Smith.
July 27, 2007 — Signed draft picks Joakim Noah and Aaron Gray.
Aug. 2, 2007 — Signed draft pick JamesOn Curry.
Sep. 6, 2007 — Matt Lloyd promoted to director of College Scouting.
Oct. 2, 2007 — Signed free agents Andre Barrett, Joseph Blair, Justin Cage, Thomas Gardner and Jared Homan.
Oct. 8, 2007 — Waived Justin Cage.
Oct. 10, 2007 — Waived Joseph Blair.
Oct. 19, 2007 — Exercised third-year options on Thabo Sefolosha and Tyrus Thomas.
Oct. 22, 2007 — Waived Andre Barrett and Jared Homan.
Nov. 15, 2007 — Assigned JamesOn Curry to the Iowa Energy of the D-League.
Dec. 7, 2007 — Waived Thomas Gardner and picked up Demetris Nichols on waivers.
Dec. 17, 2007 — Recalled JamesOn Curry from the D-League.
Dec. 18, 2007 — Assigned Demetris Nichols to the D-League.
Dec. 24, 2007 — Relieved Scott Skiles of head coaching duties.
Dec. 27, 2007 — Named Jim Boylan Interim Head Coach.

2008
Jan. 7, 2008 — Recalled Demetris Nichols from the D-League; assigned JamesOn Curry to the Iowa Energy of the D-League.
Jan. 24, 2008 — Recalled JamesOn Curry from the D-League.
Jan. 29, 2008 — Named Michael Brown Assistant Coach.
Feb. 6, 2008 — Waived Viktor Khryapa.
Feb. 21, 2008 — Acquired Drew Gooden, Larry Hughes, Shannon Brown and Cedric Simmons from Cleveland in exchange for Ben Wallace, Joe Smith and Chicago's 2009 regular second round draft pick; also traded Adrian Griffin to Seattle.
Feb. 21, 2008 — Assigned Demetris Nichols to the Iowa Energy of the D-League.
March 15, 2008 — Recalled Demetris Nichols from the D-League and assigned Shannon Brown and Cedric Simmons to the Iowa Energy.
April 1, 2008 — Recalled Shannon Brown and Cedric Simmons from the Iowa Energy of the D-League.
April 17, 2008 — Relieved Jim Boylan of interim head coaching duties.
June 11, 2008 — Hired Vinny Del Negro as the 17th head coach in franchise history.
July 2, 2008 — Signed draft pick Derrick Rose.
July 24, 2008 — Re-signed Demetris Nichols.
July 31, 2008 — Re-signed Luol Deng.
October 1, 2008 — Re-signed Ben Gordon.
October 20, 2008 — Waived Elton Brown and Darius Washington.
October 23, 2008 — Waived Roger Powell and Michael Ruffin.
October 24, 2008 — Exercised fourth-year options on Thabo Sefolosha and Tyrus Thomas and third-year option on Joakim Noah.
October 27, 2008 — Re-signed Michael Ruffin.
November 13, 2008 — Signed Lindsey Hunter.
November 17, 2008 — Waived Demetris Nichols.

2009
February 18, 2009 — Traded Andrés Nocioni, Drew Gooden, Cedric Simmons and Michael Ruffin to Sacramento in exchange for Brad Miller and John Salmons.
February 19, 2009 — Traded Larry Hughes to New York for Tim Thomas, Jerome James and Anthony Roberson.
February 19, 2009 — Traded Thabo Sefolosha to Oklahoma City for a 2009 first-round pick.
Mar. 10, 2009 — Signed Linton Johnson III to a 10-day contract.
Mar. 20, 2009 — Re-signed Linton Johnson III to a second 10-day contract.
Apr. 7, 2009 — Signed Linton Johnson III for the remainder of the season.
Apr. 9, 2009 — Signed DeMarcus Nelson for the remainder of the season.
May 21, 2009 — Gar Forman named General Manager.
July 1, 2009 — Randy Brown named Director of Player Development.
July 9, 2009 — Signed first round draft picks James Johnson and Taj Gibson.
July 13, 2009 — Signed Jannero Pargo.
July 14, 2009 — Reached settlement, and subsequently waived Tim Thomas.
July 15, 2009 — Re-signed Lindsey Hunter.
July 20, 2009 — Waived Anthony Roberson.
July 30, 2009 — Waived forward Linton Johnson III and guard DeMarcus Nelson.
September 24, 2009 — Named Sidney Green Player Development Assistant.
September 26, 2009 — Signed Derrick Byars, Curtis Stinson, Chris Richard and Steven Hill.
October 1, 2009 — Waived Steven Hill.
October 2, 2009 — Waived Curtis Stinson.
October 22, 2009 — Waived Chris Richard.
October 26, 2009 — Exercised third-year option on Derrick Rose and fourth-year option on Joakim Noah.
October 28, 2009 — Waived Derrick Byars.

2010
January 25, 2010 — Traded Aaron Gray to New Orleans for Devin Brown.
February 5, 2010 — Signed Chris Richard to a 10-day contract.
February 15, 2010 — Re-signed Chris Richard to a second 10-day contract.
February 18, 2010 — Traded John Salmons and Bulls' second round picks in 2011 and 2012 to Milwaukee for Hakim Warrick and Joe Alexander.
February 18, 2010 — Traded Tyrus Thomas to Charlotte for Ronald "Flip" Murray, Acie Law and a future first round draft pick.
February 18, 2010 — Released Chris Richard.
March 3, 2010 — Waived Lindsey Hunter.
March 3, 2010 — Signed Chris Richard.



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