The Chicago Bullseye

The Chicago Bullseye, established in 2007, is one of the longest running Chicago Bulls podcasts around. Hosted by Fred "See Red Fred" Pfeiffer & Mark Lewinthal. This website features Chicago Bulls content that is among the best found online.

Latest Episodes:

Chicago Bullseye 449 – Interview with Bulls Dynasty Beat Writer Kent McDill

See Red Fred interviews Kent McDill @KMcDill, the only Bulls Beat Writer to cover all 6 Bulls Title Teams. Kent McDill 411 2:25 Doug Collins vs. Phil Jackson 7:00 Why was Doug Collins Fired? 8:30 The Game 7 Loss to the Pistons in 1990 11:30 You were the only Beat Writer to cover all six championship teams. Which one...

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Chicago Bullseye – “Last Dance” Roundtable Pregame

See Red Fred is joined by 3 generations of Bulls fans (Gabrielle Blackwell, Stuart Lazarus, Coach Colucci) in a pregame prep for Episode 9 & 10. Topics: 1:00 What were the interesting revelations for you in Episodes 7 & 8? 8:15 What do you want to see in Episodes 9 & 10? 11:45 Better or Worse? Who do you...

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Chicago Bullseye 448 – The Darnell Mayberry Interview Part 1

See Red Fred @cbefred interviews the great Darnell Mayberry @DarnellMayberry of the Athletic in this wide-ranging interview. Part 2 can be found at BullsHQ. This interview includes the following topics: What would you estimate the chances are for Jim Boylen to be back? What do you feel Jim did well in his time as coach? What do you feel...

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Chicago Bullseye 447 – The Battles of the Bulls, Pistons, and Knicks

See Red Fred Interview @cbefred interviews Coach Michael Colucci. Coach Colucci was a former Knicks fan with a unique perspective on the rivalries of the late 80’s and 90’s. A wide variety of topics are discussed about that era.

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Chicago Bullseye – The Last Dance Roundtable

See Red Fred @cbefred interviews John Watson, Paul Conner, and James Kim in a Bulls Roundtable discussing “The Last Dance” Parts 1 & 2. 0:00 See Red Fred with Waddle & Silvy 5:00 What was your biggest surprise in episodes 1 & 2? 16:30 What do you want to see in future episodes? 27:00 Better or worse? Who did...

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Michael Jordan, the GOAT, is still Underrated

“I watched two Jordan playoff games on NBA TV last night — his 45-point evisceration of the ’90 Sixers (Game 4), and the night he rammed a stake into the hearts of the Bad Boy Pistons (Game 3 of the eventual 1991 sweep) — and came away wondering if Jordan was actually underrated. A strange takeaway from someone who...

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