HoopsHype Kirk Hinrich rumors

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Sam Smith: Kirk Hinrich's wife, Jill, gave birth to twins Sept 12. Now 3 girls and a boy: Kenzie, Kyla, Kinley and Kolton. Kirk on family: "I feel truly blessed to have twins. I'm on top of the world right now, feel like I can't lose. They're doing great." Twitter @SamSmithHoops

July 22, 2014 Updates

The Bulls finalized some bookkeeping Monday, officially announcing the signings of second-round pick Cameron Bairstow and guard Kirk Hinrich. The signings have been ordered a certain way to maximize the team's limited salary-cap space. Bairstow, a physical big man, signed a three-year deal starting at $507,336. Only the first year is fully guaranteed. Chicago Tribune

July 21, 2014 Updates

The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has re-signed guard Kirk Hinrich. In accordance with team policy, terms of the contract were not announced. “Kirk has always been a big part of creating the professional culture we want day in, day out surrounding our club,” said Chicago Bulls General Manager Gar Forman. “He helps our team in so many ways and Kirk had other opportunities elsewhere, but we are very happy he chose to remain in a Bulls uniform.” NBA.com

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“We value Kirk and Kirk's been a big part of what we've done over the last nine or 10 years,” added Forman. “So it would be our goal that we have Kirk back, also.” NBA.com

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Wednesday morning, almost two years to that day, Hinrich expressed a similar sentiment. “I like it here,” Hinrich said of his Bulls’ situation. “Obviously, returning home was a big factor in why I came back. I would like to stay here. But I don’t know what’s in their future plans. Right now, I’m just trying to enjoy it while I’m in it and take what comes later.” Chicago Tribune

"At this point of your career, you want to be on a team that is a good fit and has a chance to be a winner," Hinrich said. Coaches and teammates consistently laud Hinrich for serving as an organizer at both ends. And Hinrich said he feels healthier at the end of this season than he has in the last "three or four seasons." He would fit next season if the price is right. "I feel good," Hinrich said. "It's that time of year where you have to stay focused and make sure your game is in good shape for the playoffs." Chicago Tribune

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