On this week’s episode of BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) takes a lot at the Bulls’ winless week, the return of Bobby Portis, as well as answering your mailbag questions.
On the latest edition of BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis (@mkhoops) is joined by Tyler Pleiss (@Tyler_Pleiss)to discuss the unexpected emergence of rookie Lauri Markkanen. Also discussed on the show: the on-going point guard battle between Jerian Grant and Kris Dunn, the rotational changes made by coach Fred Hoiberg, Cristiano Felicio’s struggles, Justin Holiday’s poor form, Bobby Portis’ return to the team, and more.
On this weeks episode, host Mark Karantzoulis discusses the Bulls poor offensive display against the Atlanta Hawks and the Oklahoma City Thunder, and how those games may be a precursor for the remainder of the season. For that and more, tune into BullsHQ.
The NBA season is back, and so is your host Mark Karantzoulis. On this episode of BullsHQ, Mark is joined by old friend Morten Jensen to discuss the Mirotic-Portis fiasco as well as the opening stanza of the Bulls’ season.
On the latest episode of BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis is joined by Nillz (@TheBullsShow) and Mitch (@SharoneILJP) of The Bulls Show, to discuss the Bulls’ offseason moves and how free agency is progressing.
On the latest episode of BullsHQ, host Mark Karantzoulis analyses the 2017 NBA Draft, which saw the Chicago Bulls trade All-Star wing Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Tune in to hear what Mark thinks of the deal, whether the Bulls received fair value, how Lauri Markkanen will integrate into the NBA, and what lies ahead for the Bulls.
On this episode, two worlds collide when host Mark Karantzoulis is joined by Fred Pfeiffer of the ChicagoBullsEye podcast to talk all things Bulls. Mark, the pessimistic Bulls fan tries to find out how Fred, the head of the See Red movement, can be so about the Bulls when everyone else is seemingly down on the franchise. Topics include Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo’s first season with the Bulls and if they should come back, what direction the franchise should head, how the front office should be perceived, and much more.
The 2017 NBA playoffs are here, and the Bulls kicked off their campaign in style, defeating the Boston Celtics in game one of the series. To breakdown the game, host Mark Karantzoulis (@MKarantzoulis) is joined by James Holas (@SnottieDrippen) from BBALLBREAKDOWN and Almighty Baller Radio, to discuss the details of the game, how each team fared in their first match up, and what adjustments must be made moving forward.
The Chicago Bulls have advanced to the 2017 NBA Playoffs, and to preview the team’s upcoming series against the Boston Celtics, BullsHQ host Mark Karantzoulis is joined by Kevin Ferrigan of NBA Couchside and the Nothing But Nylon podcast. Topics in this episode include: how the Bulls plan to stop Isaiah Thomas and the Celtics, what Chicago can do on offense to match Boston’s high-powered offense, how Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo will play in their first postseason with the Bulls, and the differences between coaches Brad Stevens and Fred Hoiberg. Be sure to check out BullsHQ.com for your latest Bulls news, analysis and opinions, as well as following Mark (@MKarantzoulis) and Kevin (@nbacouchside) on Twitter.
In the very first episode of the BullsHQ podcast, host Mark Karantzoulis (@MKarantzoulis) is joined by old friend Morten Jensen (@msjnba). As the playoffs fast approach, Mark and Morten discuss how the Bulls and their playoff hopes are shaping up, how the team has performed without the injured Dwyane Wade, and why Morten has begun to drift away from his Bulls fandom.