Cash Considerations returns with the 2019 NBA Draft now just two weeks away. Before diving into draft talk, we briefly discuss the hiring of Roy Rogers to Jim Boylen’s staff and the rumor about the Bulls’ expected interest in Marcus Morris. Ricky then gives his top five on his Bulls draft board, as well as a host of other intriguing prospects.
In the latest Cash Considerations, Ricky and Jason answer a variety of fan questions from Twitter. We first discuss different draft scenarios and who the Bulls should be targeting, whether it’s with the No. 7 pick or after a trade down. We look at the possibility of signing Malcolm Brogdon away from the Bucks, and then get real crazy and examine the idea of a Chris Paul trade. They finish with a quick look ahead at the NBA Finals between the Warriors and Raptors.
Cash Considerations is back with Ricky giving his report from the NBA Draft Combine. We talk about the Bulls’ draft options and explore some of the recent rumors out there, including the interest in Lonzo Ball and Terry Rozier. For the second half of the show, 670 The Score’s Cody Westerlund joins Jason to talk more about the combine, the draft and all the point guard options out there for the Bulls. We finish up discussing Jim Boylen and the Bulls’ outlook next season.
Cash Considerations is back to talk about the Bulls losing out on the Zion Williamson Sweepstakes and instead winding up with the No. 7 pick yet again. Jason and Ricky discuss what this means for the rebuild and examine the Jimmy Butler trade in a new lens after how this lottery played out. Ricky then gives his scouting report on three key players to watch at No. 7: Darius Garland, Coby White and Cam Reddish. Finally, we look at the Bulls’ other options with the pick, including possible trades. For more podcasts like this, check out bluewirepods.com.
Cash Considerations is back after a brief hiatus to talk all things Chicago Bulls with special guest Kevin Ferrigan. We discuss where the Bulls are in their rebuild and focus on three of the core pieces in Lauri Markkanen, Wendell Carter Jr. and Zach LaVine, as well as head coach Jim Boylen. We touch on some of the top draft prospects and also discuss the concept of tanking and the different ways to build a successful team. Finally, we look ahead at some offseason targets, including a discussion about the latest Jrue Holiday rumor.
Cash Considerations is back to recap a 2018-19 Chicago Bulls season in which they lost 60 games and suffered plenty of embarrassment in the process. Jason and Ricky discuss just what made this season so bad, while trying to keep at least a little optimism for the future thanks to a fun February. We also recap John Paxson’s end-of-season press conference and the news that head coach Jim Boylen is not only returning next season, but is in line for a contract extension. Finally, we give player grades to all the key players on the roster.
Cash Considerations is back as the Bulls wind down their season led by Chicago native Walter Lemon Jr. The Bulls may be tough to watch at this point, but Lemon is a fun story amid the pile of rubble. Jason and Ricky also discuss Fred Hoiberg going to Nebraska and what that means for Jim Boylen’s future as head coach, and Ricky reads off some of the funniest Boylen-isms from the season. (Shoutout to The Athletic’s Stephen Noh for compiling them all together). They then dive into talk about Zion Williamson, R.J. Barrett and Coach K before finishing up the pod with fan questions.
Cash Considerations is back to talk about a Chicago Bulls team limping toward the finish line of the 2018-19 season. The Bulls dressed only nine players in a blowout loss against the Blazers, and afterward they announced that Lauri Markkanen will be shut down after experiencing extreme fatigue and a heart rate issue. Ricky and Jason talk about Markkanen’s season and how he compares to some of the other top sophomores in the NBA. We then discuss Zion Williamson, Ja Morant and the NCAA Tournament before finishing up with a look at our own 2019 Bulls bracket of fun. For more podcasts like this, check out bluewirepods.com.