Month: August 2019

Grading GarPax Ep. 5 – Recap & Final Thoughts

In the final episode of our Grading GarPax series, Matt Gentile gives his final thoughts on the experience grading the Bulls moves over the last 16 years. He also plays some bonus audio that was cut from the second and third episodes of the series. Kobe Bryant pursuit in 2004 (15:00). Doug Thonus’ Tyrus Thomas story (20:38). Current core vs. ’03-’08 core (24:39). Reminiscing about Derrick Rose (30:50).

Bulls win totals with The Action Network’s Matt Moore

Cash Considerations is back, and Jason and Ricky welcome in The Action Network’s Matt Moore on this week’s episode. We discuss the Bulls’ solid offseason and dive into the projected win totals, comparing the betting over/unders and the statistical projections. We also talk about Jim Boylen and whether he’s the right man for the job. Around the NBA, we hit on Dwight Howard’s move to the Lakers and whether Joakim Noah was the better fit, a breakdown of the Eastern Conference, potential future trades, plus Team USA’s chances in the FIBA World Cup.

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The Finnisher (with Mark Karantzoulis)

Mark Karantzoulis of BullsHQ joined us to discuss Lauri Markkanen’s 2018-19 season, the improvements he can make going forward, and the chances of a breakout in his third season. We also discussed the NBA’s Rookie Survey and the chances of Coby White mak…

123: #ToT2019 Round 1

We’ve got Bulls Outsider and all-around funny person John Sabine to talk about how he became an improv artist, his Love for the Chicago Bulls and he picks who moves on to round 2 of the Tournament of Trash: Worst Things About Going to the United Center.

Grading GarPax Ep. 4 (Part 2) – 2014-Present

TRADES & COACHING DECISIONS – In part two, we grade the Bulls’ trades and coaching decisions from 2014 to the present. See Fred Red (ChicagoBullsEye.com) and Matt Peck (Locked On Bulls, Bulls Outsiders) join Matt Gentile to grade moves from the latest period of the GarPax era.

NBA Rookie Survey and new Bulls win projections

Cash Considerations is back and so is Ricky after a vacation. We start by talking about the annual NBA Rookie Survey, where Coby White gets a good amount of love from his peers. We then move on to some updated win projections based on different analytics, which all place the Bulls in contention for a playoff spot. That leads us to discussion about the Bulls’ front office and whether we trust their decision-making now, and how important the upcoming 2019-20 season is for them, Jim Boylen and this young core.

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Grading GarPax Ep. 4 (Part 1) – 2014-Present

DRAFTS & FREE AGENCY – In part one, we grade the Bulls’ drafts and free agency moves from 2014 to the present. See Fred Red (ChicagoBullsEye.com) and Matt Peck (Locked On Bulls, Bulls Outsiders) join Matt Gentile to grade moves from the latest period of the GarPax era.

Chicago Bullseye 434 Part 2: Interview with Michael Walton II of NBC Sports Chicago

In this episode, See Red Fred @cbefred interviews Michael Walton II @ZenMasterMike in a wide-ranging discussion on the Beloved Bulls. They discuss the draft, the free agent signings, and where the Bulls will likely finish in the East. Email the show: ChicagoBulleye@gmail.com

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Chicago Bullseye 434 Part 1: Interview with Michael Walton II of NBC Sports Chicago

In this episode, See Red Fred @cbefred interviews Michael Walton II @ZenMasterMike in a wide-ranging discussion on the Beloved Bulls. They discuss the draft, the free agent signings, and where the Bulls will likely end in the East. Email the show: ChicagoBulleye@gmail.com

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Ottomation

This week we reviewed the midseason acquisition of Otto Porter Jr. We discussed how Porter was able to make an impact with the team and if he still has upside remaining in his development. We also discussed Porter’s place in the Bulls core and the length…