Month: November 2018

Ep. 52: Another Moral Victory

On a new episode of BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) is joined by The Athletic Chicago writer Stephen Noh (@StephNoh) to discuss the Bulls’ latest loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.   Topics discussed include: The continued great play from Ryan Arcidiacono (3:35), Zach LaVine’s bounce back game (7:20), Wendell Carter Jr’s struggles (15:04), expectations for Lauri Markkanen when he returns next week (28:30), what the Kyle Korver trade may mean for Justin Holiday (37:51), and much more.

Chicago Bullseye 406 – Pessimistic Optimism for the Red Leviathan

Part 1: See Red Fred chats with Kap & Company about the budding Leviathan on ESPN 1000. Part 2: See Red Fred @cbefred & Keith Frantz @bullscripted discuss the budding Leviathan. The Budding Leviathan / Schedule Analysis / The Ramifications of Lauri’s Return / The Parker Resurgence / Boston’s Problems Follow See Red Fred: @cbefred Email the show: chicagobullseye@gmail.com

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Cash Considerations Ep. 8: Lauri’s coming

Ricky and Jason are back with the Cash Considerations podcast to talk about the 5-16 Chicago Bulls. We touch on the win over the Suns and subsequent losses to the Heat, Wolves, and Spurs. There is of course more draft talk, because that’s the only thing that keeps us going. Also featuring: lots of Ryan Arcidiacono praise.

Lauri’s coming

Ricky and Jason are back with the Cash Considerations podcast to talk about the 5-16 Chicago Bulls. We touch on the win over the Suns and subsequent losses to the Heat, Wolves, and Spurs. There is of course more draft talk, because that’s the only thing that keeps us going. Also featuring: lots of Ryan Arcidiacono praise.

Ep. 51: Always A Quarter Short

On a new episode of BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) is joined by Fred Pfeiffer (@cbefred) to discuss the Bulls’ most recent losses to the Miami Heat and Minnesota Timberwolves. Topics discussed include: The referees targeting Wendell Carter Jr (5:22), another very nice game from Jabari Parker (12:47), the dependence on Zach LaVine (20:33), Derrick Rose’s resurgence in Minnesota (29:24), back-to-back double-doubles for Justin Holiday (37:30), why Fred decided to name his band ‘Tight Pants Jimmy’, and much more.

Lauri Come Back | 11.24.18 | Week 6

This week on the Bully Pulpit Podcast, the Bulls go 1-2 on the week.
-Zach Lavine looks dead when putting up threes.
-Maybe Lauri comes back next week???
-Omer Asik talks Joakim Noah
-Over/unders, Ryan makes a sharp turn in the beer bet, and more Bulls trivia!
-Go Bears?!?!

The Big Red Bus #22 – Our Tires Are Missing Part 2

Part 2: Bulls Podcasting Legends See Red Fred @cbefred and Doug Thonus @doug_thonus take the Big Red Bus out for a ride after several disastrous losses to the Raptors and Bucks. This show was recorded before the win against the Suns.

The Big Red Bus #22 – Our Tires Are Missing Part 1

Bulls Podcasting Legends See Red Fred @cbefred and Doug Thonus @doug_thonus take the Big Red Bus out for a ride after several disastrous losses to the Raptors and Bucks. This show was recorded before the win against the Suns.

Bulls Podcast #17

We’ve got a lot in store for you this episode. Including the Post Game Wrap-up on the Bulls Vs Phoenix, Injury Update: Denzel out for the Season and a Rusty Roundtable Discussion on the State of The Bulls
Welcome to the Bulls Podcast, coming to you from BullsPodcast.com. This is where we bring you the latest news, reviews, rants, rumors and opinions on the players, coaches and front office of the Chicago Bulls.
Today we’re joined by one of the top Chicago sports YouTubers out there, avid Bulls fan and friend of the show. Mr. Rusty Buckets.
Now on Spotify!
We are happy to announce that the Bulls Podcast is now available on SPOTIFY, so be sure you look for us there, or just go to BullsPodcast.com/Spotify and it will forward you to the right place so that you can add it to your favorites and catch every episode as they are released.
Post Game Wrap-up on the Bulls Vs Phoenix
The Bulls took on Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton and the Phoenix Suns in a Wednesday night matchup. The Bulls WON the game with the score of 124-116.

Zach Lavine led all scorers with 29 points. He’s on a run to get that Most Improved Player award, and it looks like it’s his for the taking. Jabari Parker played a pretty decent game with 20 pts, 13 Rebounds and 8 assists, almost getting him into Triple Double territory.
All in all, a good win for the Bulls who have been on a losing streak lately. Most notable was the presence of DeAndre Ayton, who looks like he’ll grow into a very dominant center in the league after a few years of experience.
Bulls Injury Updates:
It was announced that Denzel Valentine will be out the rest of the season after he gets surgery later next week. He has been scheduled for a full ankle restoration surgery, which Denzel indicated is going to be just what the doctor ordered. He said he’s had ankle issues ever since entering the league, and it will be great to be 100% in the ankle department when he returns next season.
Hopefully Denzel heals up quick and can be back to playing form for the season opener.
Chandler Hutchison missed the Phoenix game due to back spasms, but it looks to be short-term and nothing that will keep him out of any games.
We’ve also got news that both Lauri Markkanen and Kris Dunn have been working out and hitting non-contact portions of practice. It looks like it will be another 2 weeks or so for both of them. There are rumblings that Lauri will be playing with the Windy City Bulls G-League team by late next week to get ready to make his comeback.
We’ll be lucky if Bobby Portis comes back by Christmas, as his injury has not healed as fast as Dunn’s has. I feel bad for Bobby, as it’s a contract year for him and this will mean he’s going to work much harder to get a good deal for next season, which is when you run a huge risk to re-injure yourself, or play in a reserved way so that you don’t injure yourself again. Either way, Bobby has a long uphill climb ahead of him.
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Roundtable Discussion
TANK TIME?
So is it time to tank? I think Gar/Pax have probably been watching Duke basketball, as I have all season so far. In my opinion it’s time to submarine this team and hit the tank button. Once again we are in a post-season fight with the Cavs, but this time it’s to see who can suck the most and get the coveted #1 pick to grab RJ or Zio…

Bulls Podcast #17 with Rusty Buckets

We’ve got a lot in store for you this episode. Including the Post Game Wrap-up on the Bulls Vs Phoenix, Injury Update: Denzel out for the Season and a Rusty Roundtable Discussion on the State of The Bulls
Welcome to the Bulls Podcast, coming to you from BullsPodcast.com. This is where we bring you the latest news, reviews, rants, rumors and opinions on the players, coaches and front office of the Chicago Bulls.
Today we’re joined by one of the top Chicago sports YouTubers out there, avid Bulls fan and friend of the show. Mr. Rusty Buckets.
Now on Spotify!

We are happy to announce that the Bulls Podcast is now available on SPOTIFY, so be sure you look for us there, or just go to BullsPodcast.com/Spotify and it will forward you to the right place so that you can add it to your favorites and catch every episode as they are released.
Post Game Wrap-up on the Bulls Vs Phoenix
The Bulls took on Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton and the Phoenix Suns in a Wednesday night matchup. The Bulls WON the game with the score of 124-116.

Zach Lavine led all scorers with 29 points. He’s on a run to get that Most Improved Player award, and it looks like it’s his for the taking. Jabari Parker played a pretty decent game with 20 pts, 13 Rebounds and 8 assists, almost getting him into Triple Double territory.
All in all, a good win for the Bulls who have been on a losing streak lately. Most notable was the presence of DeAndre Ayton, who looks like he’ll grow into a very dominant center in the league after a few years of experience.
Bulls Injury Updates:
It was announced that Denzel Valentine will be out the rest of the season after he gets surgery later next week. He has been scheduled for a full ankle restoration surgery, which Denzel indicated is going to be just what the doctor ordered. He said he’s had ankle issues ever since entering the league, and it will be great to be 100% in the ankle department when he returns next season.
Hopefully Denzel heals up quick and can be back to playing form for the season opener.
Chandler Hutchison missed the Phoenix game due to back spasms, but it looks to be short-term and nothing that will keep him out of any games.
We’ve also got news that both Lauri Markkanen and Kris Dunn have been working out and hitting non-contact portions of practice. It looks like it will be another 2 weeks or so for both of them. There are rumblings that Lauri will be playing with the Windy City Bulls G-League team by late next week to get ready to make his comeback.
We’ll be lucky if Bobby Portis comes back by Christmas, as his injury has not healed as fast as Dunn’s has. I feel bad for Bobby, as it’s a contract year for him and this will mean he’s going to work much harder to get a good deal for next season, which is when you run a huge risk to re-injure yourself, or play in a reserved way so that you don’t injure yourself again. Either way, Bobby has a long uphill climb ahead of him.
Remember, we are a new show and we do need your support in social media. We’ve made it really easy to find us with some special redirect links.
Twitter: http://bullspodcast.com/twitter
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Roundtable Discussion
TANK TIME?

So is it time to tank? I think Gar/Pax have probably been watching Duke basketball, as I have all season so far. In my opinion it’s time to submarine this team and hit the tank button. Once again we are in a post-season fight with the Cavs, but this time it’s to see who can suck the most and get the coveted #…