Free for all: If there's one thing Ben Gordon learned the last time he entered free agency and left the Bulls for the Pistons, it's to never say never.
That's why, if by some minuscule chance, the Bulls come calling next summer, looking for scoring punch off the bench, he'd listen.
"I had a lot of success here, had a great time here," Gordon said. "I'm not in position to rule anybody out."
Of course, the Bulls would only do so with a minimum contract — and maybe not even then. But Gordon, who is finishing the five-year, $55 million deal he signed in 2009, made it sound as if money isn't his main priority — especially since he has fallen out of the rotation with the Bobcats.
"I'm at the point now where I would love to win a championship before I'm done playing," Gordon said. "I won one in high school and college, so I want to put myself in that type of situation. I feel it would complete my career."