I give the Bulls pick update as well as discuss the recent Bulls injuries and whether or not we are watching fool’s gold play out in front of us or whether these guys have legitimate value in the league.
See Red Fred @cbefred and Podcasting Legend Doug Thonus @doug_thonus welcome their first passenger on the Big Red Bus, Australia’s Mark Karantzoulis @mkhoops, for a lively discussion on the dying Tank. They also debate about how good this team can be, and a variety of other topics, before Doug and Mark jump off the moving bus at 35 mph.
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This week on BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) is joined by Fred Pfeiffer (@cbefred) from the Chicago Bullseye and Big Red Bus podcasts, to talk all the latest news surrounding the Chicago Bulls.
Topics discussed include: The Bulls being warned by the NBA for resting Robin Lopez and Justin Holiday, if the tank is truly dead, the development and cohesion of Kris Dunn, Zach LaVine and Lauri Markkanen, how Markkanen projects long-term, and why Fred thinks Markkanen can be a top 10 player in the league.
The NBA shows it cares more about perception than reality with warning of the Bulls for tanking. I discuss this, free agency, and the current Bulls draft pick status on this edition of the Bulls Beat.
See Red Fred @cbefred & Podcasting Legend Doug Thonus @doug_thonus discuss the ongoing tank, and the disturbing trend of the Big 3 performing below expectations together.
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This week on BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) takes you through the latest games and news surrounding the Chicago Bulls.
Topics discussed include: Lineup changes and Bobby Portis’ promotion into the starting unit, the cohesion of Lauri Markkanen, Zach LaVine and Kris Dunn, reports of Portis and the Bulls planning to discuss a contract extension, plus all the latest in the race to the bottom of the standings.
I discuss why even though it would be great to have a better pick, it’s even better that the Bulls simply have more talent. Rate the front office and discuss the wildly under appreciated Bobby Portis.