See Red Fred interviews Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher about the Blazers Loss and witnessing Lonzo Ball play in high school. In part 2, Bucks’ expert Jeff Tyree is interviewed for our Eye on the Competition segment.
Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Chicago Bullseye to offer his thoughts on his top NBA prospects. See Red Fred (@cbefred) interviews.
1:00 Tim’s review of the NCAA Tournament
2:50 Thoughts on Chris Beard Texas, Tech Coach
5:22 De’Andre Hunter
6:48 Carsen Edwards of Purdue & Players Outside Tim’s Top 5
10:15 Colby White
11:07 Brandon Clarke
12:30 Cam Johnson
15:57 Ja Morant
18:35 RJ Barrett
25:00 Finals Thoughts on the Prospects
See Red Fred, Keith Frantz, and Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher join the Bullseye to discuss a variety of topics, including:
The Boston Massacre * Zach LaVine is Struggling * To Tank or Not To Tank * Will Coach Fred Be Let Go? * Wendell Carter Jr. Steps Up as a Player & Leader * The Jimmy Butler Trade * The Failure on the Process * To Fultz or not to Fultz * The Golden State Durant-Green Drama * Why Not Chicago for Durant? *
See Red Fred @cbefred is joined by Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher and NBA Analytics Expert Grant Goodstein @grantgoodstein. They break down game 1 of the Finals. Grant also provides his comments on some of the likely Bulls draft picks, including Mo Bamba and Michael Porter Jr.
Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Chicago Bullseye to provide his Playoff Predictions. (Recorded Friday, April 13, 2018). Tim has been stunningly accurate in his past predictions. See Red Fred @cbefred moderates and provides his prediction for a new NBA champion.
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.
Recorded on Friday 12.5.18 after the Toronto loss, before the win at Dallas. Topics Discussed: (1:45) How do you feel about the downward turn of the team? * (4:00) Adjusting to Conditions on the Ground * (6:00) Niko Potential Destinations * (7:15) Should we Even Trade Niko? * (11:45) The Tanking Teams * (15:00) Trae Young * (17:00) Where is Young Going to be Drafted * (18:30) Bridges and Jackson * (21:00) Markus Howard from Marquette Scores 52 * (22:00) Dick Enberg Passes On * (26:00) Eddie Einhorn
See Red Fred Moderates. Follow Fred on Twitter: @cbefred
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 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.
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.
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.
See Red Fred chats about the return of Doug Collins w/ Silvy & Jordan Cornette. Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher joins the Bullseye to talk Markannen, FIBA, and some of the former NBA players who have recently passed away.
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 *
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.
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)
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)