Two interviews in one Bullseye Podcast! The first 35 minutes includes an interview with Basketball Historian Tim Gallager. Recorded on Friday just before the victory vs. the Bucks, Tim discusses the winning streak, the Rockets & Warriors, and the 40th Anniversary of the University of Evansville Plane Crash.
Recorded after the Bucks win, Keith Frantz @BullScripted discusses the 5-game winning streak in Pt. 2. A winning vs tanking debate occurs.
Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Chicago Bullseye to provide his quarterly grades for each player on the Bulls roster. Tim also provides his answer to the question, “Is Ben Wallace a Hall of Famer?”
Paul Steeno of www.BlogaBull.com joins the Bullseye to share with listeners his Bulls fan history, his “Go Forward” List, the Niko-Bobby drama, the Butler trade, Coach Hoiberg, firing GarPax, and next year’s draft class.
Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Chicago Bullseye to provide his Bulls Quarterly Report. The Q1 MVP, Most Improved, and Most Disappointing Bulls are identified. Tim also provides his insights on the larger NBA, discussing his East & West MVP’s, a potential Derrick Rose retirement, and other NBA topics.
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Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss trading Robin Lopez in order to guarantee a full tank. The early disappointing performances of Zipser, Felicio, and Grant are also discussed. The show ends with a chat on the biggest NBA surprises, and the struggles of Lonzo Ball. See Red Fred hosts.
Fred reviews the Bulls domination in Orlando. At the 7 minute mark, Keith of Bulls Scripted @BullScripted joins Fred @cbefred & Mark @BullseyeMark23 to discuss the start of the season, especially the hot start of Lauri Markannen.
The Bulls didn’t necessarily make a mistake trading Jimmy Butler, but they sure made a mistake with the deal he took. I go in depth as to why the Bulls had massive failures in terms of talent evaluation, value evaluation, league evaluation, and financial evaluation to come up with what is easily the most disastrous scenario imaginable.
Stephen Noh of The Athletic Joins the Chicago Bullseye to discuss a variety of topics, primarily about the Beloved Bulls.
Conversation Topics: Stephan Noh Background / Trade Jimmy or Keep Jimmy / If Rondo Doesn’t Get Hurt, Do the Bulls Win the Series? / Are the Bulls in a Bad Situation? / Do you Want Niko Back? / Steph Loves Thibs, Judging Fred / Justin Jackson Overview / Bulls Draft Habits /
Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the playoffs & provide his grades for the Bulls. We cover most of the Bulls in this review. Recorded just before Game 7 of the Wizards-Celtics Game 7.
Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher’s Final Grades:
Front Office B-
Coach Hoiberg B
Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the Wade & Butler comments after the Atlanta loss & Rondo’s response to those comments. In the last part of the show, Tim provides his mid-term grades for the few remaining Bulls not covered in the previous episode. NBA mid-term surprises are also discussed.
The show begins with 2 clips from the “Waddle & Silvy” show on ESPN 1000 in Chicago. The first clip was recorded shortly after the Bulls were 5-4, the 2nd was recorded after the Bulls beat Portland. Afterward, Fred and Mark discuss the Nuggets loss and the state of the team. Recorded just before the victory in Philly.
NBA Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the West Coast Trip. Part 1 was recorded on 11.16 after the Portland Win. Part 2 was recorded on 11.21 after the Lakers win. Part 2 begins at the 26:20 mark.
The Bulls Dominate Portland (52 Seconds) * Wade’s Influence on Butler (4:15) * Jerian Grant (6:00) * Butler Making Free Throws (9:00) * The Rest of the NBA: The Good, Bad & Ugly (14:00) * Okafor Discussion (24:00)
At the 26:20 Mark, the second part, recorded on 11.21, begins, with a discussion of the Clippers & Lakers games.
Jerian Grant Born: October 9, 1992 (age 24) 6′ 5″ Salary: 1.572 million USD (2016)
This episode was recorded on Halloween, just before the Bulls beat up on Brooklyn. Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the first 2 games of the season. He also discusses the RJ Hunter signing & provides his predictions on the Western Conference.
Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to talk about first 2 preseason games and provide his Central Division Preview. Podcast recorded on Friday, October 7th, after the Bulls first two Preseason games.
Defending Niko 1:50 / General thoughts on the team so Far 5:10 / Hot Hand Ignorance is over 7:40 / Bulls young players are offensively orientated 10:30 / Central Division Preview, The Pacers 13:00 / Milwaukee Bucks 17 / Detroit Pistons 20:30 / Chicago Bulls 25 / Cleveland Cavs / LBJ Longevity 34:30
Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss US winning the Gold Medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Tim also touches on the passing of Michael Brooks. Finally, Tim provides his Basketball Book Reading List (Part 1)
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Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher continues his discussion on USA Basketball. This discussion centers on the years 1972-1992. Elite AAU Programs (1 minute mark) / Munich Terrorism (2:40) / 1976 Gold Medal Team (6:30) / The 1980 Olympics & the boycott (9:30) / Yugoslavian National Team & Kresimir Cosic (Croatian) / The 1984 Olympic Team (15:30) / The Dream Team (27:00)
Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Chicago Bullseye to discuss the Bulls’ Summer League Championship. Jimmy Butler’s participation w/ USA Basketball is discussed, along with the career of Nate Thurmond.