Host Matt Gentile looks back at some of the highs and lows throughout 2019, including Zach LaVine’s growth, extending Jim Boylen, trading for Otto Porter and the lack of growth from Lauri Markkanen. He also asks what if the Chicago Bulls opted to sign Malcolm Brogdon this past summer and didn’t acquire Porter near last season’s deadline.
Month: December 2019
It’s the Bulls Podcast #50 with Marcus Couch and Wyse Black with our special guest, long-time PA Announcer and Chicago Radio Legend Tommy Edwards. Tommy graciously shares insight from the Bulls scorers table, his favorite behind the scenes Bulls memories, upcoming NBA developments and how he feels the current roster will grow in the future. All in this exclusive 60-minute Tommy Edwards interview on the Bulls Podcast.
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Buzz (@BuzzOnTap) and Goose (@BullScripted) talk about the blowout loss the Chicago Bulls suffered to the Milwaukee Bucks. It was expected, but still hard to watch. Join the guys in their misery and humor. Brought to you by OnTapSportsNet.Com
On a new episode of BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) is joined by Fred Pfeiffer (@cbefred) to discuss yet another dominant Bulls win against a very bad Atlanta Hawks.
By thumping the Hawks, the Bulls have now jumped up to 4th on defense this season. Mark and Fred discuss the validity of that ranking, if it is true reflection of team’s skill and scheme, or more so related to their light schedule.
Also on the show, Mark and Fred talk Wendell Carter and his improved (?) jump shot, whether Lauri Markkanen’s improved play throughout December is enough to justify faith in his ceiling, where Markkanen ranks in comparison to his contemporaries from the 2017 draft, reports of the Los Angeles Clippers willing to trade for Thad Young, and what the Bulls should be doing at the deadline with Kris Dunn.
NBC Sports Chicago’s Michael Walton II joins to discuss the Bulls push into the postseason picture and whether they can sustain their improved defensive play against a tougher schedule. We also discussed why the Bulls defense has been so successful, rumo…
On the latest episode of Cash Considerations, Jason is joined by Ti Windisch of Blue Wire’s Milwaukee Bucks podcast, Gyro Step. After a brief rundown of the light week that was for the Chicago Bulls, Ti gives his take on where the Bulls stand from the perspective of a Central Division rival. We then discuss the race for the No. 8 seed and potential 1-8 matchups for Milwaukee before finishing up with general Bucks talk and a preview of Monday’s game in Chicago.
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Buzz (@BuzzOnTap) flies solo in this one as the Chicago Bulls kick the crap out of the Atlanta Hawks 116-81. Zach, Lauri, and the crew were on absolute fire all night and the Hawks had no answers! Brought to you by OnTapSportsNet.Com
Cash Considerations is back to talk about a Chicago Bulls team that’s suddenly just a game out of the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference. Jason and Ricky discuss another crazy week, which featured both a huge implosion (vs. Thunder) and a huge comeback (vs. Wizards). We highlight the improved play of Zach LaVine, Lauri Markkanen and Kris Dunn and how they’ve helped make the Bulls more competitive of late, but we still wonder just what the ceiling is for this core of players.
Another streak!?! Buzz (@BuzzOnTap) and Goose (@BullScripted) discuss the Bulls 119-107 victory over the Detroit Pistons. The Bulls move to 3-0 against Detroit and will try and make it a 3 game winning streak overall against Orlando on Monday. Another big game from Zach, and a huge bench contribution from Coby White! Brought to you by OnTapSportsNet.Com
It’s the Bulls Podcast #49 hosted by Marcus Couch and Wyse Black. We’ve got full Bulls vs Wizards Reaction, Our #Bulls Christmas Wish List and Game predictions for the coming week.
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 several topics for this episode. Including:
Bulls vs Wizards Rundown
#Bulls Christmas List – What do we wish for?
Game predictions for the coming week
Bulls vs Wizards Post-Game
The Bulls hit DC in what we hoped would be an easy W against a limping Washington Wizards team with nearly 6 players for the Wizards listed as out of action. An easy win? Not exactly. In fact, we needed until the last minute of OT to pull off the one point victory.
Lauri Markkanen led the Bulls with 31 points and 9 rebounds. It was a Sato revenge game of sorts, as he had 17-7-7 in his return to DC. Zach Lavine went 11-11 from the line including 4 nail-biting free throws down the stretch.
Bulls Christmas List — What do we want?
[Marcus Wish List]
New Head Coach
A true point guard
Felicio’s Vicious Comeback
Stocking Stuffer – New TV Announcers (Chuck Swirsky & Bill Wennington)
[Wyse Wish List]
New Head Coach
New Front Office
Stocking stuffer – Another forward (3)
Let’s predict our next few games for the coming week
SATURDAY DEC 21 6:00PM CT vs Detroit @Little Caesars Arena
Marcus: L, Wyse: L
MONDAY DEC 23 6:00PM CT vs Orlando @Amway Center
Marcus: L, Wyse: W
SATURDAY DEC 28 7:00PM CT vs Atlanta @United Center
Marcus: W, Wyse: W
MONDAY DEC 30 7:00PM CT vs Milwaukee @United Center
Marcus: L, Wyse: L
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Marcus Social Links
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If you can’t remember any of these, you can check out our show notes for this show over at our website, which is BullsPodcast.com where we have all the links we mentioned in today’s show.
Until next time, Thank you for listening everyone, Go Bulls!