I break down the Bulls defensive scheme, intentions, and rotations as to why they failed to defend the three point shot against the Charlotte Hornets on way to a season opening loss.
Discussion of why you can’t play guys to build trade value. Rotation / depth going forward this season. Why anchoring bias combined with the cyclical nature of the league leave fans upset with management. Zach being criminally underrated. Carmelo’s very self-motivated comments. Why playing at a slow pace isn’t as bad as you think and why Boylen may actually be a pretty great hire.
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.
I discuss the Bulls pick ups of Thaddeus Young and Tomas Satoransky as well as break down day 1 of free agency around the NBA and start trying to piece together what a rotation looks like for Chicago this season.