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Chicago Bullseye 365 – Quarterly Grades for the Bulls

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?”

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Chicago Bullseye 364 – Interview with Keith Frantz @BullScripted

Keith Frantz of BullScripted.blogspot.com joins the Chicago Bullseye to discuss the OT victory of the Hornets on Friday night & the return of Niko.   Keith also provides his latest scouting report on the top draft picks in 2018.

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Chicago Bullseye 363 – Interview with Paul Steeno of Blog a Bull

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.

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Chicago Bullseye 358 – Start Me Up

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.

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Chicago Bullseye 356 – The Bobby-Niko Punch Bowl and the Rebuild Begins Part 1

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the Bobby Portis-Niko Mirotic fight and the unfortunate ramifications. The Game 1 loss in Toronto is also discussed.

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Chicago Bullseye 353 – Summer League Review

Tim Gallagher & Grant Goodstein @grantgoodstein discuss their time attending the Las Vegas Summer league games.  See Red Fred hosts.

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Chicago Bullseye 352 – The Jimmy Butler Trade

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher and the Legendary Brian Kush join the Bullseye to discuss the Jimmy Butler trade with Fred.

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Chicago Bullseye 344 – Consistently Inconsistent

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to talk about a variety of topics: The State of the Team * What is Niko Worth on the Open Market? * How is Miami Doing It? * The Cavs & Warriors Problem * Who will grab that last Playoff Spot in the West? * The Legacy of Jerry Krause *

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Chicago Bullseye 343 – The Way Forward

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the recent trades, the Bulls, hope for Portis, Injuries around the league, the Playoff Picture, a UCLA update, and the way forward.

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Chicago Bullseye 342 – To Pax or Not to Pax

Fred and Mark reunite for a discussion on the front office and the future of the team.

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Chicago Bullseye 340 – The Bulls are Imploding

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.

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Chicago Bullseye 339 – Bulls Mid-Term Grades

Chicago Bullseye 339 – Bulls Mid-Term Grades

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to give out his mid-term grades for the 21-21 Bulls.  This show was recorded before the Dallas loss.

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Chicago Bullseye 338 – Blue Christmas for the Beloved Bulls

Chicago Bullseye 338 – Blue Christmas for the Beloved Bulls

This episode is a Two-Part Podcast recorded with Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher.  Part 1:  Recorded on the afternoon of December 23rd, after the Wizards loss at home, before the loss in Charlotte.  Topics Discussed:  Washington Loss Comments / Pistons Win

Part 2:  At the 16:15 mark, Part 2 begins.  This podcast was recorded on 12.19.2016.  The 3 straight losses to the Bucks & TWolves are discussed.  The East is an average mess / The Knicks Improvement / Craig Sager (37:15 Mark) / UCLA Basketball Prospects (40:45) / NBA Players Sitting out Games (48:00)

Chicago Bullseye 335 – The Heat Is Off

Fred and Mark discuss the Bulls victory over the Heat and recent games vs. the Hawks and Magic.    They also debate what the team needs in order to become a legitimate challenger.

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Chicago Bullseye 334 – The First Seven Games

Recorded before the Atlanta loss in Game 8, Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher Joins the Bullseye to discuss the Bulls first 7 games.

(3:30) The Bulls get blown out against the Knicks & Indiana but beat Orlando

(5:30)  What Tim Likes so Far from the team

(10:30) Bulls Individual Player Accolades – Wade, Taj, McD

(13:15) Niko’s Disaster of a Start

(19:20) NBA Surprises so Far

(25:40) Thibs in Minnesota

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Chicago Bullseye 330 – Central Division Preview

Chicago Bullseye 330 – Central Division Preview

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

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Chicago Bullseye 327 – Tim’s Basketball Book List Part 2 & HOF Comments

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to provide his basketball book recommendations (Part 2).   Tim also provides some brief comments on the Hall of Fame basketball class for 2016.

Historic Hoosier Gyms by Kyle Neddenriep

Fall River Dreams by Bill Reynolds

Basketball Junkie by Bill Reynolds

Back from the Dead by Bill Walton

Wooden: An American Treasure by Steve Bisheff

Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations On and Off the Court by John Wooden & Steve Jamison

The Jordan Rules by Sam Smith

Playing for Keeps by David Halberstam

The Breaks of the Game by David Halberstam

Where’d You Get Those? New York City Sneaker Culture 1960-1987 by Bobbito Garcia

Heaven is a Playground by Rick Telander

The City Game by Pete Axthelm

Maravich by Wayne Federman

Pistol: The Life and Times of Pete Maravich by Mark Kreigel

Jerry West-The Life and Legend of a Basketball Icon by Roland Lazenby

West by West-My Charmed and Tormented Life by Jerry West

Sacred Hoops by Phil Jackson

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Chicago Bullseye 303 – The Warriors, Kobe, and the Bulls

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to talk about Kobe’s incredible career, the Warriors winning 73, and the end of this sad, sad season for the Bulls.

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Chicago Bullseye 299 – The Jazz Bring Groundhog Day Blues

Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the latest with the beloved Bulls.
Utah Game Overview / LA Overview / Dunleavy’s Return / Trade for Blake / J. Crawford / Mid-Season Awards

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