Cash Considerations

Cash Considerations Ep. 17: Anthony Davis Wants No Part of Chicago

Cash Considerations is back with guest John Wilmes of Real GM and the Take Or Break It podcast while Jason is on vacation. Ricky and John run through a Bulls-Hawks game they attended, continue complaining about Jim Boylen, touch on the Anthony Davis trade talk, and discuss Lonzo Ball vs. Kris Dunn.

Cash Considerations Ep 16: The Bulls Finally Get Melo & Finally Get A Win

Cash Considerations is back to talk about the Bulls finally acquiring Carmelo Anthony after wanting him so badly in 2014, and then talking about what should really be done with Melo instead of just dumping him as is the plan. Jason and Ricky also talk about the Bulls finally ending their long 10-game losing streak thanks to a similarly miserable Cavs team, as well as recapping the rest of the brutal West Coast trip, Wendell Carter Jr.’s thumb surgery, an ugly home loss to the Heat and more.

Cash Considerations Ep. 15 with Sean Highkin

The Cash Considerations pod is back, and for the first time ever, Jason and Ricky welcome a guest on the show. Sean Highkin, who used to work the Bulls beat for The Athletic, joins the fun after seeing the Bulls up close out in Portland. We talk about the future of the Bulls, the Jim Boylen raise and the interesting situations involving Robin Lopez and Jabari Parker. To wrap up the pod, Jason and Ricky preview the rest of the West Coast road trip and rant about the Bulls’ current situation, with an eye toward the draft. 

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Cash Considerations Ep. 14: Bulls Honor Podcast With Trade For Cash Considerations

Jason and Ricky return for a jam-packed episode of Cash Considerations. After lamenting the devastating Bears loss, we discuss the inconsequential but amazing trade involving Michael Carter-Williams and … cash considerations. We also applaud the Bulls for the Justin Holiday deal and shine some optimism on the future thanks to the exciting Pacers game, while still questioning the current mindset of the team when it comes to their offensive strategies after a brutal loss to the Nets. 

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Cash Considerations Ep. 13: 2019 Bulls Resolutions

Jay and Ricky ring in the New Year with the first Cash Considerations pod of 2019. The calendar may have flipped, but the Bulls looked very similar in an ugly loss to the Magic to start off 2019. We talk about Wendell Carter Jr.’s minutes, the struggling offense and give our 2019 Bulls Resolutions. 

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Cash Considerations Episode 12: Derrick Rose Revenge Game, Nostalgia & Chemistry Lessons

Ricky and Jason are back as Cash Considerations makes its Blue Wire Pods debut. We go over the week that was with the Bulls and focus in on the matchup against Derrick Rose and the Timberwolves. The nostalgia flows as we reminisce about the 2010-11 Bulls team thanks to a wonderful oral history from The Athletic’s Darnell Mayberry. Finally, a long discussion about the Bulls’ young core and the need for them to build chemistry this season. 

Road dogs, wolf packs, and more humiliation

The Cash Considerations podcast is back to talk about the first seven games of Jim Boylen’s Chicago Bulls. We talk about the fight vs. the Thunder, the comeback vs. the Spurs, if Zach LaVine and Kris Dunn can play together, and Lauri Markkanen’s return to the lineup.

Cash Considerations Ep. 11: Road dogs, wolf packs, and more humiliation

The Cash Considerations podcast is back to talk about the first seven games of Jim Boylen’s Chicago Bulls. We talk about the fight vs. the Thunder, the comeback vs. the Spurs, if Zach LaVine and Kris Dunn can play together, and Lauri Markkanen’s return to the lineup.

Cash Considerations Ep. 10: John Paxson’s Bulls are a clown car and a laughingstock

The Chicago Bulls have become the NBA’s laughingstock in the last week thanks to a historic 56-point loss to the Boston Celtics and a near player mutiny against new head coach Jim Boylen for his obnoxiously old-school ways. Jason and Ricky rain fire down on this whole Bulls mess created by John Paxson and Gar Forman and perpetuated by ownership, and they wonder if this is truly rock bottom or if it could get worse. 

John Paxson’s Bulls are a clown car and a laughingstock

The Chicago Bulls have become the NBA’s laughingstock in the last week thanks to a historic 56-point loss to the Boston Celtics and a near player mutiny against new head coach Jim Boylen for his obnoxiously old-school ways. Jason and Ricky rain fire down on this whole Bulls mess created by John Paxson and Gar Forman and perpetuated by ownership, and they wonder if this is truly rock bottom or if it could get worse.