The Orlando Magic out tank the Bulls, a trend likely to continue into the future without a mandate from management to bench some players. I discuss this and the Bulls 2019 future FA targets.
The Chicago Bulls made just minor moves at the deadline and kept Robin Lopez which puts the tank in jeopardy. I also discuss Zach LaVine’s tremendous game against the Timberwolves and how I see the rest of the season playing out.
The Bulls have traded Nikola Mirotic to the Pelicans, I break down the trades, the Bulls tanking position, future trade possibilities, and Zach LaVine’s contract extension.
Without Kris Dunn, the Bulls have gone 0-3 and are likely to pile up more losses going forward. Zach LaVine has played poorly, and Niko Mirotic will likely be gone soon things could remain ugly the rest of the year. Check out the Bulls Beat on Itunes or via RSS: http://feeds.feedburner.com/BullsBeatPodcastsChicagoBullseye
LaVine’s defense slows the Bulls against the Warriors. Kris Dunn is in the concussion protocol, and the Bulls may have changed their minds about what to do with their cap room. Also, just as a heads up, I realize the audio quality of the show is not where it needs to be. I’m hoping to get some new equipment in the next couple weeks to help out with that. Also, correction, it was Brian Windhurst not Adrian Wojarnowski reporting the Bulls may use cap room to take on salary in exchange for picks.
See Red Fred and Doug Thonus join forces in this new podcast discussing the Chicago Bulls. In the initial episode we discuss our impressions of Zach LaVine, playoffs vs tank, what to do with the Bulls cap space, and much much more.
I discuss the return of Zack LaVine, whether the Bulls should start aiming for the playoffs, and readjust my evaluation of Lauri and Dunn’s ceilings.