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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 375 – The Trade Deadline Approaches

Keith Frantz @BullScripted joins the show to discuss the downward turn for the Beloved Bulls, and the growing strength of the Tank.  The Niko trade is also revisited, and potential destinations for the remaining Bulls are contemplated.

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Chicago Bullseye 374 – Bye Bye Mr. Montenegrin Pie

The Original Bullseye Boys (See Red Fred & Mark) are back to discuss the trade of Niko Mirotic.   They discuss the Pelicans playoff-lottery chances and the career of Niko in a Bulls uniform.  At the end of the podcast, the Clippers-Pistons trade of Blake Griffin

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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 372 – Bulls Cool Off the Heat

The Bulls continue their winning ways with a victory over the Red Hot Heat.  Keith Frantz @BullScripted joins the show to discuss the victory, Golden State’s upcoming visit, and the precarious status of the tank.

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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 362 – The Bulls Quarterly Report

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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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 349 – Interview with Stephen Noh of The Athletic

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 /

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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 337 – See Red Fred Clips & the Denver Game

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.

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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 328 – Open Up

The First Five Minutes:  Fred’s “The Revenant” Movie Review / The New Beatles Movie “Eight Days A Week”

The Rest of the Show:  The Beatles Influence on Rock /

Pet Sounds is the 11th studio album by the American rock band the Beach Boys, released on May 16, 1966

Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was released on June 1, 1967.

The Beach Boys Movie:  “Love and Mercy” (2014)

Mark is going to the Desert Trip http://deserttrip.com/

Around the 15 Min Mark:  Beatles 15 Min Mark:

17 Min Mark:  BASKETBALL TALK!

Chicago Bullseye 317 – Wade, Rondo & Durant

 

Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to discuss the Bulls’ amazing signings of Dwayne Wade & Rajon Rondo.  Kevin Durant’s choice of Golden State is also analyzed.

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Chicago Bullseye 308 – The Bulls Charge Founder Brandon Pence Interview

Top Reasons for the Bulls Failure of A Season * What to do with Noah & Rose * Is Jimmy a Top 10 Player? * Would you trade Jimmy to the Celts or Clippers? * Derrick’s Problems * Why Dislike Pau? * Free Agent Targets

Brandon Pence is the Founder/Editor Emeritus of @ChiBullsCharge. Die-hard Chicago Bulls fan, Green Bay Packers fan, EKU alumni.

Read Brandon at  http://bpence2.weebly.com/   Brandon Pence is the founder and editor emeritus of “The Bulls Charge”  and he is also a contributor to ChiBullsZone.com

Chicago Bullseye 278 – Interview #3 with Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher

Finals Recap (What were the key factors in Golden State winning the NBA Title?) * Kerr vs. Thibs * Did Iggy deserve the MVP? * The New Generation of Hybrid Players * What happened to the Great NBA Centers? * NBA Draft Talk – The Top 3 * Potential Picks Available to the Bulls * Tree of Lute & Tree of Walton