Month: February 2019

Chicago Bullseye 419 – Interview with KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune

See Red Fred @cbefred interviews the inimitable KC Johnson @kcjhoop of the Chicago Tribune. The Hemingway of Bulls Beat Writers addresses a variety of topics and questions: 1:30 I thought the handling of Parker during Boylen’s first month was catastrophic for the Bulls. Was Boylen or the Front office the impetus behind that decision? 4:30 What did more damage to the reputation of the Bulls org: The handling of Parker or Boylen’s first week (wind sprints, near mutiny, practice after the Boston loss)? 8:40 What was your reaction to the Otto Porter trade? What has impressed you the most about Otto Porter Jr? 11:45 Is Dunn done? I hear whispers there are off court issues. I think it’s highly suspicious…

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Chicago Bullseye 418 – The Prophetic Visions of See Red Fred

THE BAND IS BACK TOGETHER! See Red Fred @cbefred, Mark Lewinthal @bullseyemark23, and Keith Frantz @bullscripted discuss the sudden progression towards greatness of the Budding Big Red Leviathan. 1:30 2 Biggest Reasons that the Team has been playing so well 5:00 Is Kris Dunn Done? 9:55 Bring Derrick Rose Back 12:45 The Face of the Team 14:00 What do you feel is more likely…Lauri becoming a top-10 player, or the Bulls wining the 10-14% Zion lottery, and he then will become a top-10 player? 17:50 Do we have the Eastern Conference Contender Core here already? 21:00 The Prophetic Visions of See Red Fred

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Otto-Matic

We started this week’s episode with continued discussion of Otto Porter, following his career night against the Memphis Grizzlies. We talked about the impact Porter is having on both sides of the ball for the Bulls, and how the team will continue to feat…

Chicago Bullseye 417 – Are you done with Dunn?

See Red Fred interviews the Great Bulldog Kevin Anderson @Kevin_NBCS of NBC Sports Chicago. The topics addressed include: 1:50 Are you done with Dunn? 7:30 Bulldog’s 1-2-3 Point Guard Free-Agent options? 17:17 The Otto Porter Jr. Trade 25:00 Bulls vs Knicks 34:00 If the Lakers Win the Lottery

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113: The Breaks

We have made it to the All-Star break. Hasn’t been easy as a Bulls fan, but we did it. We’re talking the trade of Jabari and Bobby, what Otto Porter Jr. brings to the team and we get in a spirited debate about Anthony Davis and his trade demands.

Ep. 61: The Bulls Are Good Again (Sort Of)

On a new episode of BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) is joined by Will Gottlieb (@wontgottlieb) to talk all things Bulls post the trade deadline. Topics discussed: The differing perspectives on the trade that brought Otto Porter to Chicago (3:16), how Porter has given the Bulls a new look and feel (8:30), Lauri Markkanen’s recent dominance (15:11), small ball lineups with Porter and what that means for the pairing of Wendell Carter and Markkanen (27:53), what the future holds for Kris Dunn (40:01), and much more.

Bulls Podcast #26

It’s the Bulls Podcast #26 with Marcus Couch and Wyse Black. We’ve got Post-Game Analysis for Bulls vs Grizzlies, Otto Porter Jr. Progress Report, Kris Dunn’s Future with the Bulls and New Insights on the Portis Trade Timeline. Come Tank With Us!
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.
We’ve got a lot in store for you this episode. Including:

* Post Game Analysis for Bulls vs Grizzlies
* Otto Porter Jr. Progress Report
* Kris Dunn suffers back contusion (What’s his future with the team)
* New Insights on the Portis Trade Timeline.

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This is Episode #26, and we honor all the #26 Bulls Players out there.. The most recent #26 is Kyle Korver aka Threezus, aka Machine Gun Korver. Other notable Bulls Players with #26 are Shaler Halimon (1971) and Coby Dietrick 1980-1982
Bulls vs Memphis Grizzlies Post-Game

The Bulls WON 122-110 with the return of Joakim Noah and Justin Holiday. It was really great to see Joakim back to playing in the UC again. Even Benny The Bull had a little fun with Jo during the player introductions. The crowd stood up for him when he entered the game mid-way through the 1st Quarter. You can really tell that he loves Chicago and he appreciates all the time he spent here.
In terms of the game, Robin Lopez started the game off strong, with 12 points in the first quarter and ending up with a Season High 25 points and Otto Porter Jr had a CAREER HIGH with 37 points on 16/20 shooting,10 rebounds and really helped to control the flow of the offense. Lauri chipped in 21 points and 10 rebounds.
As predicted last week, Rawle Alkins has joined the Bulls again and played tonight in Garbage time in the 4th quarter. He will be interesting to watch as the season winds down. The guy is a dunking beast and it will be great to see just one jam from Rawle before the season ends.
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Otto Porter Jr Trade – How’s it working out so far?

The Chicago Bulls have been playing some of the best basketball of the…

Chicago Bullseye 416 – Porter Trade & Collegiate Prospects to Watch

See Red Fred @cbefred, Keith Franz @BullScripted, and Buzz @SMBuzzWeed discuss the loss to Milwaukee, the Otto Porter Jr acquisition, the Portis-Parker departure, the best team in the East, and the best collegiate prospects.

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The Big Red Bus #24 – Turmoil on the Bus!

In a contentious episode, See Red Fred @cbefred and the Great One, Doug Thonus @Doug_thonus, argue about the Porter-Portis-Parker trade. Topics include: 1:00 Pitchforks and Torches 2:00 The Otto Porter Jr. – Bobby Portis Trade 16:00 Hoiberg vs Boylen 21:00 Is this guy a keeper? Email the show: chicagobullseye@gmail.com

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Chicago Bullseye Special Edition: The Bulls Dynasty of the Nineties Part 1

In this special episode of the Chicago Bullseye, See Red Fred @cbefred, Big Dave @BawlSports, C-Dub @BawlSports1, and Jack Silverstein @readjack reminisce about the Bulls first three-peat (91-93). Topics discussed: 1. Would the Bulls have won in ’94 if MJ didn’t retire, and was an 8-peat in play? 2. What was the best team of the 1st three-peat, and what was your favorite team of the 1st three-peat? 3. Has John Paxson, the Executive, sullied the reputation of John Paxson, the player? 4. Favorite team of the 1st three-peat 5. Best team of the 1st three-peat 6. Most nervous playoff series Part 2 will be up later this week. Please email your questions to chicagobullseye@gmail.com

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