NBC Sports Chicago Kevin Anderson joins Buzz (@BuzzOnTap) and Goose (@BullScripted) in a jam-packed episode. The Last Dance, front office moves, player personnel, coaching, and much more is discussed! Don't miss this! Brought to you by OnTapSportsNet.Com
Month: May 2020
Host Matt Gentile gives his thoughts on ESPN’s The Last Dance. Did the documentary do more to hurt the reputation of the Chicago Bulls throughout the league? Matt explains how the organization’s tide could be turning with the additions of executive VP Arturas Karnisovas and GM Marc Eversley as well as team president Michael Reinsdorf becoming the face of ownership.
“The Last Dance” finished up a week ago, but there has been plenty of fallout from the conclusion of the series. Chicago Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf went on a media tour of sorts lamenting how the breakup of the dynasty was portrayed, while Horace Grant ripped into Michael Jordan for several aspects of the doc. Jason and Ricky then turn the conversation to the current Bulls, including the recent staff moves and the possibility that they will return to play in the 2019-20 season.
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See Red Fred interviews Kent McDill @KMcDill, the only Bulls Beat Writer to cover all 6 Bulls Title Teams. Kent McDill 411 2:25 Doug Collins vs. Phil Jackson 7:00 Why was Doug Collins Fired? 8:30 The Game 7 Loss to the Pistons in 1990 11:30 You were the only Beat Writer to cover all six championship teams. Which one of those teams did you feel was the best? What team represented the best competition? 13:30 What players/coaches did you enjoy the best relationship with / who did you enjoy interviewing? What players/coaches/FO were more problematic? 16:30 Do you feel the unfair coverage and speculation from the national media in 93 spurred MJ’s retirement? Or do you feel it would have…
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On a new episode of BullsHQ, hosts Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) and Fred Pfeiffer (@cbefred) get together to go over the final two episodes of The Last Dance.
On the show, Mark and Fred share the feeling both had once the docu-series concluded, how Bulls fans should be extremely angry at Jerry Reinsdorf for not doing more to keep Jordan and the team together, other notable omissions that didn’t make the show, how Jordan’s teammates will be feeling about their portrayal through the episodes, and so much more.
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On this episode of Cash Considerations, Jason and Ricky recap the final two episodes of “The Last Dance” and discuss the main takeaways from ESPN’s docuseries, including Michael Jordan’s legacy and how the Chicago Bulls’ dynasty broke up in large part due to Jerry Reinsdorf. There’s also talk about all the great behind-the-scenes footage we saw in these final two episodes and Steve Kerr’s story getting its proper due, plus an appreciation for how this project was fast-tracked to give fans entertainment and nostalgia during the coronavirus pandemic.
See Red Fred is joined by 3 generations of Bulls fans (Gabrielle Blackwell, Stuart Lazarus, Coach Colucci) in a pregame prep for Episode 9 & 10. Topics: 1:00 What were the interesting revelations for you in Episodes 7 & 8? 8:15 What do you want to see in Episodes 9 & 10? 11:45 Better or Worse? Who do you feel better or worse about after viewing this Documentary? Jordan / Pippen / Coach Jackson / Krause
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Fred Pfeiffer aka See Red Fred (@cbefred), co-host of BullsHQ, recently sat down with the great Darnell Mayberry (@DarnellMayberry) of the Athletic, on his podcast, Chicago Bullseye.
Part one of their discussion can be found on the Chicago Bullseye feed, where they discuss the current day Bulls, including topics on the future of Jim Boylen, the most integral member of the ‘core four’, and much more. Tune in here:
Part two of Fred’s interview with Darnell gets into past iteration of our Beloved Bull. They discuss Darnell’s favourable position on former coach Tom Thibodeau, before closing the show with some The Last Dance talk.
See Red Fred @cbefred interviews the great Darnell Mayberry @DarnellMayberry of the Athletic in this wide-ranging interview. Part 2 can be found at BullsHQ. This interview includes the following topics: What would you estimate the chances are for Jim Boylen to be back? What do you feel Jim did well in his time as coach? What do you feel he did poorly? A recently report stated some players defended him, while some key players blasted him. Who do you feel was his biggest fan? Who do you feel was not? Rank the core 4 for me in terms of who do you feel are most integral to turning this around: LaVine-White-WCJ-Lauri. Knowing what you do about the new management team,…
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