Topics discussed include: Minnesota’s 122-104 win over Chicago, Jimmy Butler’s knee injury, Tom Thibodeau and the amount of minutes he plays his players, Taj Gibson’s first season in Minnesota, and much more.
Topics discussed include: The likelihood of trading Robin Lopez and Justin Holiday, if the Bulls should have any interest in Rodney Hood, targeting other players from the 2014 draft, as well as answering listener questions.
In this weeks show host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) takes you through all the details surrounding the Nikola Mirotic trade.
Topics discussed include: The deal itself, how the Bulls and Pelicans fared, who ultimately won the deal, what happens next moving forward for the Bulls, and all listener questions are answered.
Topics discussed include: The log jam in the front court, the Bulls sorely missing Kris Dunn, the issues at point guard, Zach LaVine’s struggles, Nikola Mirotic to the Pelicans, and Lauri Markkanen’s undersold rookie season.
Host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) takes a look at the upcoming schedule for the Bulls and how that may play a part in the tanking effort, and if Mirotic still being on the team up until the trade deadline will cost the Bulls a great opportunity to improve their draft pick.
Later on the show, Fred Pfeiffer (@cbefred) stops by to discuss the status of the Big Red Bus.
Topics discussed include: How Fred Hoiberg will manage the rotation with LaVine back, whether LaVine will help a tanking cause, what his next contract may look like, as well as those Nikola Mirotic trade rumors.
Topics discussed include: Dunn and Markkanen exceeding expectations changing the perception of the trade, lasting concerns that may still exist in the deal, when will full impact of the trade be realised, if Bulls fans should revisit their angst against the front office, and much more.
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.