Month: June 2020

Wendell Carter Jr. and Coby White season in review

Cash Considerations continues the 2019-20 season-in-review series with a look at Wendell Carter Jr. and Coby White. Carter’s ability as a defensive anchor is promising, but his offensive game is lagging behind and there are issues with his usage and questions about the fit with Lauri Markkanen. Meanwhile, White came on strong after struggling to start his rookie season. What should the expectations be for White after his scorching stretch to end his first campaign, and can he mesh with Zach LaVine in the backcourt? 

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141: Open Gym – Episode: 00 – Rest in Power, George Floyd

Open Gym is a roundtable discussion show that blends sports and pop culture, featuring panelists with diverse backgrounds and perspectives. Hosted by Bryan Colbert.

Ep. 45 – Boylen & The Bubble

Katy Duffy, associate producer from NBC Sports Chicago, joins host Matt Gentile to discuss the NBA and WNBA’s off-site bubbles. Can both leagues pull these off? They also discuss Jim Boylen’s job status, the Bulls being left out of the NBA bubble and how Kris Dunn pulled a “Rocky IV” on them.

Zach LaVine and Lauri Markkanen season in review

Cash Considerations continues its 2019-20 season-in-review series by examining Zach LaVine and Lauri Markkanen. While LaVine had a career year after a sluggish start, his flaws still leave him short of being a legitimate No. 1 guy. Meanwhile, Markkanen’s disappointing season leaves major questions about his NBA ceiling. What does the future hold for both players in Chicago? 

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Jim Boylen season in review

The Chicago Bulls’ season is over, but Arturas Karnisovas is taking his time on a Jim Boylen decision. Jason and Ricky discuss whether this is the right move and review Boylen’s 2019-20 season, which was a disaster from the very start. 

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Bigger than Basketball (with Morten Jensen)

Forbes NBA Analyst and NBA Podcast co-host Morten Jensen joins us to discuss the dilemma NBA players are facing if the NBA season continues, the narratives that Arturas Karnisovas and Marc Eversley must change about the Chicago Bulls, and whether Lauri M…

BullsOnTap Episode 65 FT. Tony Gill

Buzz and Goose are joined by NBC Sports Chicago's own Tony Gill. Bulls front office, Bulls fandom, player personnel, and much more is discussed! Don't miss it! Brought to you by OnTapSportsNet.Com

End of Season (with Rob Schaefer)

Rob Schaefer of NBC Sports Chicago joins us to discuss Arturas Karnisovas end of season comments, Ime Udoka as the reported front runner for the Bulls HC job, and Zach LaVine’s future with the Bulls. 

140: Queen of Mina

We are joined by Bulls Twitter legend Ramina Odisho to recap The Last Dance, new Bulls’ front office and Lauri Markkanen’s comments on the team and Jim Boylen.