The guys are back with a brand new episode getting you up to speed on the last two weeks of Bulls news. Jordan and Matt discuss how the Bulls looked in Summer League (not good) and any bright spots heading into training camp. What are the Bulls going to do with Cameron Payne?
The guys talk about Nikola Mirotic and where the Bulls might be at in signing him. What Niko is looking for might not be what his value is. Could the Bulls end up signing and dealing Mirotic? Who are the other valuable chips the front office can trade to help spark this rebuild?
We finish up talking about Zach LaVine's potential superstardom in Chicago and how he could be a great face for the organization. A crowd-funded '#FireGarPax' billboard was put up on the corner of Lake and Racine, a mile from the United Center. Hilarious statement to the team or a waste of money? All of this and so much more on The Debate-A-Bulls.
The Debate-A-Bulls spends the first part of the episode talking about the implication of the Boston Celtics so far in the Eastern Conference Finals. Is this a wake-up call for the Celtics front office to make a trade or is Boston not as far along as they might have thought? The guys previously talked about trade scenarios with the Celtics, Lakers, and Suns but spend this episode breaking down a potential 76er's deal. Does Philadelphia have enough to make an offer the Bulls couldn't afford to pass up?
The guys dive into another round of potential draft prospects for the Bulls. Jordan talks about 6-11 center Jarrett Allen from Texas. Could he slip to the Bulls at No. 16 and become the next underrated star out of Texas? Matt talks about potential picks on the rise including Kansas State's Wesley Iwundu. Could he turn himself into a first round selection or maybe the Bulls find a steal in the second round? The guys talk about the best decision for the Bulls moving forward.
Jordan and Matt believe it's time to have a legitimate conversation about Cameron Payne. Jordan believes this could be the most important summer of the young guard's career. How can the Bulls