#FeedonThis: Happy times, happy vibes for the Bulls

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CHICAGO - The only thing left for Jimmy Butler to do on Tuesday was to start singing "We Are Family."

But the Sister Sledge hit from the 1970s was about the only thing that he didn't mention when discussing the great chemistry the Bulls have so far in the 2016 season. The forward, who is averaging nearly 26 points per game, cited team activities as evidence that the old and younger players are getting along quite well this season.

Maybe that's why the team finished the Circus Trip at 10-6 over the past two weeks as they head home for 12 games from now until January 1st.

The Bulls' new found chemistry - and the question of whether it will last - were part of a topic of discussion on Wednesday's Sports Feed with Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman.

It's part of #FeedonThis for Wednesday and you can watch it in the video above.

The Hot Stove talk is heating up in Major League Baseball as the Winter Meetings approach next week.

Already the Cubs have made a move to bolster their outfield and prepare for the possible departure of Dexter Fowler. Meanwhile a report that the White Sox won't talk about a trade for Chris Sale with the Cubs has generated response from the fans and Rick Hahn himself.

You can watch Josh and Jarrett's discussion on that in the video above.

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