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Chicago Bullseye 397 Part 2 – What Bull Will Have The Most Pressure?

See Red Fred @cbefred and Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher answer the question,  “What Bull will have the Most Pressure?”

Bulls Over-Under Win Total / Tim’s 1-8 Eastern Conference Teams / Are 40 Wins Realistic? / NBA Over-Unders / NBA Legends who Have Passed Away this Summer

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Chicago Bullseye 391 – Kevin “Bulldog” Anderson of NBC Sports Chicago Part 1

The Indomitable Kevin “Bulldog” Anderson of NBC Sports Chicago joins the Bullseye for a wide-ranging interview on the NBA and the Beloved Bulls.

Kendall Gill’s Fountain of Youth / The 411 on Bulldog Kevin Anderson / The Bulls Front Office / Draymond Green /  The Myth of Thibs’ Player Development / Does Thibs Regret the Trade? / The T-Wolves Future / Mo Bamba’s Bust Potential / Mikal Bridges /

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Chicago Bullseye 376 – TWolves & Wizards, Oh My Oh My

Chicago Bullseye 376 – TWolves & Wizards, Oh My Oh My

Special Guest Keith Frantz @BullScripted joins the show to discuss the Bulls win vs. Timberwolves & the Bulls loss vs. the Wizards. Keith also provides his analysis of Draft Prospects likely to be available with the Pelicans pick.  See Red Fred moderates.

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Chicago Bullseye 373 – Tanks for the Memories!

The Tank is Back!  In part 1 of the episode, Keith Frantz @BullScripted joins the show to discuss the current state of the Beloved Bulls, and the downward turn giving hope to tankers everywhere.  In Part 2, Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the Cousins Injury, the declining Cavs, and the All-Star Game Rosters.

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Chicago Bullseye 369 – The Return of Bulls Podcasting Legend Doug Thonus

This special episode of the Chicago Bullseye includes an interview with Bulls Podcasting Legend Doug Thonus @dougthonus, moderated by See Red Fred @cbefred.

Doug’s Reason for a Self-Imposed Exile from Podcasting (2:00) * Doug’s Take on Lauri Markkanen (4:08) * Doug’s Take on Kris Dunn (8:26) * Doug’s Take on Zach Lavine (13:15) * Can Markkanen-Dunn-LaVine win a Title? (16:00) * Who is Getting Paid? (19:00) * Defending PaxGar (22:30) * Drafting Teague (26:40) * The McDermott Mistake (29:00) * The Firing of Coach Tom (31:00) * Fred Hoiberg (33:00) * How Much Longer is the LBJ Reign? (36:00) * How Much Longer is the Golden State Reign? (48:00) * The Potential Draft Picks (52:00)

 

Chicago Bullseye 367 – The Streak Ends with Cavalier Disregard

Two-Part Episode Discussing the end of the Bulls streak.   In Part 1, See Red Fred @cbefred and Mark discuss the current state of the team, Mark’s intense scouting of DeAndre Ayton, and the future plans.  In part 2 (24 min mark), Keith Frantz @BullScripted joins the Bullseye to provide his views on the streak ending, and to discuss likely destinations for Niko Mirotic.

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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 360 – The 2018 Top 5 NBA Draft Picks

This is a Two-Part Episode, moderated by See Red Fred!  In Part One, Keith Frantz @BullScripted joins the show to discuss the Bulls victory over Charlotte and his analysis of the likely Top 5 picks in the 2018 NBA draft.  In part 2, (approximately 30 minutes in) NBA Analytics Expert Grant Goodstein @grantgoodstein & Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher @timgall13 give their thoughts on the likely top 5 picks.  Grant also discusses his meeting with Sam Hinkie & provides some advanced analytics on Denzel Valentine.

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Keith Frantz @BullScripted

Grant Goodstein @grantgoodstein

Tim Gallagher @timgall13

1
<strong>Dallas</strong> Dallas
6-10
215
SF
Missouri
Fr.
2
<strong>Atlanta</strong> Atlanta
7-0
260
C
Arizona
Fr.
3
<strong>Chicago</strong> Chicago
6-11
235
PF
Duke
Fr.
4
<strong>Sacramento</strong> Sacramento
6-7
220
SG/SF
Slovenia
Intl.
5
<strong>Phoenix</strong> Phoenix
7-0
220
C
Texas
Fr.

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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Bulls Beat #371 – Time for a Regime Change

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.

 

Chicago Bullseye 346 – Bulls up 2-0 on the Celtics

Chicago Bullseye 346 – Bulls Up 2-0 on the Celtics

Fred and Mark discuss the incredible start for the beloved Bulls in the first 2 games of the playoff series vs. the Celtics.

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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 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 336 – The Circus Trip Clips

Chicago Bullseye 336 – The Circus Trip Clips

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)

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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 331 – Hello MCW, Goodbye Snell & The Eastern Conference Preview

Chicago Bullseye 331 – Hello MCW, Goodbye Snell & The Eastern Conference Preview

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the Snell-MCW trade & predict the Eastern Conference standings.

Tim’s Eastern Conference Playoff Predictions:

  1. Cavs 58-24
    2. Raptors 54-28
    3. Hawks 48-34
    4. Celtics 45-37
    5. Bulls 45-37
    6. Hornets 45-37
    7. Wizards 43-39
    8. Pistons 41-41

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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 329 – Tim Gallagher’s Top 15 Basketball Movies

Tim and Fred discuss the Beatles and Beach Boys for the first 16 minutes.  Around the 16 minute mark, Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher provides his list of the Top 15 Basketball Movies:

  • Inside Moves 1980
  • On the Shoulders of Giants 2011
  • Blue Chips 1994
  • Love & Basketball 2000
  • Fast Break 1979
  • One on One 1977
  • Gunnin’ for that #1 Spot 2008
  • Semi-Pro 2008
  • The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh 1979
  • The Pistol: Birth of a Legend 1991
  • The Basketball Diaries 1995
  • Finding Forrester 2000
  • Hoop Dreams 1994
  • He Got Game 1998
  • Hoosiers 1986

Special recognition to The American Game 1979, the “grandfather” of Hoop Dreams, He Got Game and Hoosiers.

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Chicago Bullseye 324 – Wade Press Conference & Fast Food Rankings

Fred and Mark chat about the Dwyane Wade Press Conference.  In the last 10 minutes, they provide their fast food restaurant rankings.

The Wade Press Conference  / Whose Team is it? / Dwyane Wade Bio  / Learning from Wade / Bulls will have more Steals  / The Bulls are Better / Valentine as Paul Pierce / Draymont’s Pics / Fast Food Rankings

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Chicago Bullseye 322 – History of USA Basketball Part 1

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the History of USA Basketball.   This discussion centers on the years between 1952-1972.  The 1972 team was the first to lose a gold medal in men’s basketball.  They lost to the USSR, in controversial fashion.

The Importance of AAU (Amateur Athletic Union) Basketball in the Early Olympic Teams (2:00) / 1960 Rome Olympics (6:50) / Domestic Issues & the 1968 Olympics (9:00) / The 1972 Olympics (14:00)

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Chicago Bullseye 320 – Summer League Champs & USA Basketball

 

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.

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Chicago Bullseye 319 – Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher visits the NBA Summer League

 

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher shares his experience at the NBA 2016 Summer League: Jim “Ball”-Boylan, former Bulls Interim Coach & Current Cavs Assistant * Bulls Summer League Team Analysis (8:00 min mark) Bobby Portis / Spencer Dinwiddie / Jerian Grant / Denzel Valentine / Cristiano Felicio * The Isaiah Canaan signing (27:00 min) * Simmons vs. Ingram (31:30) * Potential Westbrook Trade to the Lakers (33:40) * Tim Duncan Retirement (35:12)

Chicago Bullseye 316 – Game 7, the Draft, & the 2016 Free Agent Class

 

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher discusses the Finals, the Draft, & the 2016 crop of Free Agents.

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Chicago Bullseye 311 – Playoff Talk, Noah Comments, Star Wars vs Star Trek

 

Fred and Mark open the show with a discussion on Star Wars vs. Star Trek * The Playoffs are broken down * Noah’s Comments through Cowley * Would you trade Jimmy for a top 3 pick?

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Chicago Bullseye 309 – Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher on the Playoffs Pt. 3

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the Scott Skiles departure from Orlando, the Spurs loss to the Thunder, and a preview of the Western Conference Finals.

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Chicago Bullseye 307 – Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher on the Playoffs Pt. 2

Coaching Carousel * Frank Vogel (2:00) * Scott Brooks (7:30) * Luke Walton (9:00) Curry’s Magical 17 Points in OT (10:00) * Curry’s the MVP (11:22) *Jordan’s MVP in 1996 (12:30) * Very Good vs. Great Players (15:00) * Jimmy Is Ahead of the Raptors (17:15) Atlanta’s Problems (18:37)

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Chicago Bullseye 305 – The Jason Patt Interview Part 2

Interview w/ Jason Patt, Managing Editor at www.todaysfastbreak.com.  Contributor at sbnation.com/nba and blogabull.com.

In Part 2, Jason discusses Hoiball, Thibs, & the NBA Playoffs.

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