Month: September 2019

The Bulls Are (Almost) Back

On a new episode of BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) is joined by Fred Pfeiffer (@cbefred), host of the Chicago Bullseye and Big Red Bus podcast.

On this episode, Mark and Fred answer listeners questions in the latest instalment of the See Red mailing.

Topics discussed include: Why have the Bulls kept Kris Dunn, what happens next if Otto Porter leaves in free agency, the minimum number of games the core players must play, win total over/unders, and, of course, Denzel Valentine.

Then, to close out the show, Mark quizzes Fred on his plans to fulfil his end of the bet, to which Fred offers up some additional extras: an unreleased demo of his song ‘Kirk Hinrich’.

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Starting Satoransky (with Chase Hughes)

NBC Sports Washington’s Chase Hughes joins us to discuss the Bulls acquisition of Tomas Satoransky, his strengths and weaknesses during his Wizards tenure, and what the Bulls can expect from him this season. We also talked the Bulls upcoming Media Day an…

Chicago Bullseye 435 – The Bulls are Almost Back with NBC’s Bulldog Kevin Anderson

See Red Fred @cbefred interviews NBC Sports Chicago’s legend Bulldog Kevin Anderson. They touch on a variety of topics before the Bulls start training camp next week. Topics include: 1:30 What addition to the Bulls will contribute the most to winning in 2019-20? 4:30 The Return of Denzel Valentine 6:29 Who is starting at PG? 10:09 Boylen’s First Camp 12:05 Otto Porter Jr.’s Contract 18:00 Boylen’s comments about Parker 21:00 Boylen’s comments about Sato 27:00 The Path to the Dark Side 28:10 USA Basketball is a Travesty 33:00 Star Wars Episode 9 Predictions Email the show: chicagobullseye@gmail.com Follow Fred on Twitter: @cbefred

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Bulls Core Four: Zach LaVine

The 50th episode of Cash Considerations features Jason and Ricky talking all things Zach LaVine. After a career season with the Bulls, LaVine will be looking to take the next step to help the franchise get back on the winning path while also finally earning the respect some of his peers get. We discuss LaVine’s 2018-19 season, ponder just how good LaVine can be and try to answer if he can truly be the face of the franchise for the next great Bulls team.

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Veteran Leadership

This week we discussed Thaddeus Young’s role with the Bulls as a leader of the team. We talked about his impact on both sides of the ball, his fit in the Bulls frontcourt, and how he will help lead the Bulls this upcoming season. We also discussed Coby W…

125: #ToT2019 Round 3

The Final Four of the #ToT2019 is here and our special guest Bulls Outsider and Locked on Bulls Co-Host Matt Peck is our guest that will decide who moves on to the final round. Sit back and enjoy. This is an excellent one.

Ep. 20 – What about Wendell Carter?

This episode is all about Wendell Carter Jr. Matt Gentile looks at what Bulls fans should expect in 2020. Will the second-year center improve offensively as scorer and passer? Also, how does the Carter fit into the team’s long-term future?

Bulls Core Four: Wendell Carter Jr.

On the latest episode of Cash Considerations, Jason and Ricky continue their deep dives on the Bulls’ core players with a look at Wendell Carter Jr. We look back at Carter’s injury-shortened first season and discuss the need to let his offensive game blossom after he was mostly limited as a rookie, as well as the importance of gaining chemistry with Lauri Markkanen. We then talk about his defense and his potential on that end as an anchor of the Bulls’ rebuild before answering fan questions about the young big man. We also give some love to Tomas Satoransky’s FIBA World Cup run and the Chicago Sky.

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FIBA Sato, Point God

On a new episode of BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) is joined by Morten Jensen (@msjnba), host of The NBA Pod, to discuss new Bulls guard Tomas Satoransky and his impressive FIBA tournament.

Leading his nation to a surprising 6th place finish, Mark and Morten analyse Satoranksy’s performance, how his game and skills will impact the Bulls, and what his presence means for the point guard rotation.

Also on the show: A look at Sports Illustrated’s Top 100 rankings, Lauri Markkanen’s development curve, and much more.

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Cash Considerations In NBA 2K

Ricky & Jason break the exciting news that they & other Blue Wire podcasters will be in the NBA 2K game this season! They explain how their profiles will be integrated & then break down the 2K ratings of some important Bulls players.

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