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:

Bulls Beat 2019-07-28

I discuss Anthony Davis calling Chicago the mecca of basketball, Dunn and Val vs open roster spots, Lauri vs LaVine in terms of who can make it to the all-star team and a whole lot about expectations for this season.  

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The Big Red Bus #26 – Ranking the Bulls in the East Part 2

Bulls Podcasting Legends See Red Fred @cbefred & the Great One Doug Thonus @doug_thonus discuss ranking the Bulls in the East.

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The Big Red Bus #26 – Ranking the Bulls in the East Part 1

Bulls Podcasting Legends See Red Fred @cbefred & the Great One Doug Thonus @doug_thonus discuss the Bulls draft, free agency, and ranking the Bulls in the East. The Big Red Bus: Ranking the Bulls in the East Part 1 2:40 Doug’s Thoughts on the Draft 6:10 The Disappearance of the Traditional Point Guard 9:14 Free Agency Review 13:00 Let’s...

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Bulls Beat – 2019-07-18

I discuss the Bulls injury situation, when it is time to fire GarPax, how the Bulls compare to the East as well as other rebuilding teams, and answer all of your other mailbag questions.

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Chicago Bullseye 432 – The Bulls Draft, Free Agency, and Predicting Rotations

Chicago Bullseye 432 – The Draft, Summer League, and Predicting Rotations See Red Fred @cbefred and Keith Frantz @bullscripted discuss the draft, the roster, and the free agency moves of the Bulls. They finish with a discussion with why adding Russell Westbrook would be a poor idea…recorded just before the Westbrook trade to Houston. 1:50 Drafting Coby White 3:24...

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Bulls Beat #400 – Summer league, 2021, and 1st round picks

I discuss in detail the Bulls summer league games, expectations for rookies for this year, why 2021 isn’t as awful a thing as you think, and why having GMs with long term staying power has some advantages.

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