Chicago Bulls: August 31, 1976 to May 12, 1978 Draft Picks, Trades, and Free Agent Signings
Chicago Bulls Franchise
September 13, 1976: Traded a 1977 3rd round draft pick (Steve Puidokas) to the Washington Bullets for Tom Kropp.
October 4, 1976: Traded Allen Murphy to the Los Angeles Lakers for a future draft pick.
October 14, 1976: Signed Paul McCracken as a free agent.
October 28, 1976: Signed Wilbur Holland as a free agent.
November 18, 1976: Purchased John Mengelt from the Detroit Pistons.
November 30, 1976: Traded Bob Love to the New York Nets for a 1977 2nd round draft pick ( Mike Glenn).
January 11, 1977: Signed Phil Hicks as a free agent.
February 2, 1977: Signed Leon Benbow as a free agent.
June 10, 1977: Traded a 1977 2nd round draft pick ( Larry Johnson) to the Buffalo Braves for a 1977 1st round draft pick ( Tate Armstrong). June 10, 1977: Selected Tate Armstrong (1st round, 13th pick), Mike Glenn (2nd round, 23rd pick), Steve Sheppard (2nd round, 30th pick), Mark Landsberger (2nd round, 35th pick), Mike McConalthy (4th round, 79th pick), Nate Davis (5th round, 101st pick), Jay Chessman (6th round, 123rd pick), Mike Smith (7th round, 143rd pick) and Rich Rhodes (8th round, 162nd pick) in the 1977 NBA Draft.
October 11, 1977: Signed Nick Weatherspoon as a free agent.
October 18, 1977: Traded a 1978 4th round draft pick (Jeff Covington) to the New Orleans Jazz for Glenn Hansen.
December 8, 1977: Signed Jim Ard as a free agent.
January 7, 1978: Signed Cliff Pondexter as a free agent.
January 23, 1978: Signed Cazzie Russell as a free agent.
February 17, 1978: Signed Derrek Dickey as a veteran free agent and sent future considerations to the Golden State Warriors as compensation.