Month: July 2020

142: TOT2020 Round 1

Dee Jackson and Tone AKA Feast is Famine joins us to talk all things Bulls, who will be there starting 5 next season and who will move on from Round 1 of the Tournament of Trash 2020.

Boylen Still Has a Job, Thibs Heads to NY

On a new episode of BullsHQ, hosts Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) and Fred Pfeiffer (@cbefred) are back from their hiatus to whine about Jim Boylen still being coach of the Bulls, how the narrative around his position is beginning to suggest he may be back next season, while also going over the news surrounding the New York Knicks hiring former Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau.

 

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Sports are back

Cash Considerations welcomes back the return of the NBA, MLB and WNBA this past week and discusses how things have played out so far. Jason and Ricky also talk about the latest on Jim Boylen, Zach LaVine trade rumors and a few old friends in Tom Thibodeau and Joakim Noah. 

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Chicago Bullseye 450 – Tip-Off Number Two

See Red Fred @cbefred interviews NBC Sports Chicago’s Kevin Anderson @Kevin_NBC5 regarding a variety of NBA topics. 01:00 Will We Finish this Season? 8:00 Will the 2020 NBA Title Require an Asterisk? 14:40 The NBA Contenders 21:21 Who will win the 2020 NBA Championship? 23:49 Are the Bulls Missing the Bubble Detrimental to their Future? 29:52 Zach LaVine’s Growth 32:00 Lauri’s Regression 33:00 Wendell Carter Jr. 34:53 Coby White’s Development

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Ep. 47 – Is Jimbo NOT in Limbo?

Host Matt Gentile reacts to K.C. Johnson’s recent column on NBCSportsChicago.com regarding Jim Boylen. Do Arturas Karnisovas and Marc Eversley actually want to keep Boylen as Bulls head coach, or are the Reinsdorfs trying to force him on their new brain trust?

Why is Jim Boylen still Bulls coach and other fan questions

Cash Considerations answers questions from fans on a range of topics, from Jim Boylen to the NBA restart to the NBA Draft to Malort. 

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BullsOnTap Episode 67

Buzz and Goose are back! They talk about a plethora of NBA and Bulls topics while downing some beers! Don't miss it! Brought to you bu OnTapSportsNet.Com 

Is a second bubble in Chicago the reason Jim Boylen isn’t fired yet?

Could there be a second NBA bubble in Chicago? Cash Considerations discusses the possibility of the Bulls participating with the other members of the so-called “Delete Eight” while also tying the news to the continued employment of head coach Jim Boylen. After ranting about Boylen, the second half of the pod focuses on the rest of Chicago’s roster following the season-in-review pods highlighting Zach LaVine, Lauri Markkanen, Wendell Carter Jr. and Coby White. 

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Ep. 46 – Previewing the Chicago Sky

Madeline Kenney, Chicago Sky beat reporter from the Chicago Suntimes, joins the podcast to discuss the coronavirus’ impact on the upcoming WNBA season. What makes the league’s campus at IMG Academy different from the NBA’s bubble? Also, she talks about the Sky’s expectations and predicts who is poised for a breakout 2020 campaign.