The guys break down another ridiculous week for the Chicago Bulls, focusing on the aftermath of Bobby Portis and Nikola Mirotic's fight in practice. The guys spend most of the episode talking all angles of this embarrassing and costly fight. What sparked this fight between the two and how long has this feud been going on?
We talk about the word 'Culture' and how the Bulls front office sees what they are building. Are the Bulls, the ones with the most championships in Chicago, a laughing stock of their own league? How will the injury to Mirotic and the suspension to Portis change the dynamic of the roster on opening night?
Some questions about the roster and expectations for the season. We also talk Gordon Hayward injury and scorch Skip Bayless. All of this and so much more on the Debate-A-Bulls.
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The guys are back with a brand new episode discussing what turns out to be a rather busy weekend for the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls first announced that they have resigned Nikola Mirotic to a multi-year deal. Jordan and Matt have questions as to why they brought back Niko and if it stunts the growth of younger players like first round pick Lauri Markkanen. Does the front office not want to admit to another swing and a miss on draft night with Mirotic?
What came as a complete surprise, the Bulls and Dwyane Wade agreed to a buyout on Sunday which leaves Wade a free agent and the Bulls officially blowing up the Three Alphas. Did GarPax get more back than most fans thought? What will be the most memorable moment from Wade's lone season in Chicago? Which landing spot will Wade ultimately choose in free agency?
Finally, the guys touch on the entire Bulls Media Day filled with plenty of audio from the GarPax and Fred Hoiberg press conference. A conversation about how the media and the Chicago Bulls interact while John Paxson and Gar Forman have been in control. Has the media not put enough pressure on the front office
The guys are back with a brand new episode! The Chicago Bulls bring back another notable name in Doug Collins, hiring him as a special advisor reporting to the GarPax regime. How did this hire sit with fans and did it really make anyone any more excited for the future? How will Doug Collins impact the future decision-making in the Bulls front office? Or is he merely just there to become GarPax's last version of a 'Yes Man'? What will his role be with the team as a special advisor and how does this get them closer to winning a championship? Is Gar Forman on his way out? All of this and so much more on a new episode of the Debate-a-Bulls.
This episode previously aired on Dash Radio Thursday, May 4th, 2017, 6-7 a.m. and 11-12 p.m CT.
The guys are back reacting to the John Paxson and Gar Forman's season-ending press conference. What appeared to be a replay of last year's conference, the guys try to figure out what has changed in a years time. Did Gar/Pax throw Fred Hoiberg under the bus as he headed out of town? The front office provides fans and media members with a trail of hypocrisy and the Debate-A-Bulls is here to discuss.
What was the most disappointing part of this press conference? What players do the front office plan on bringing back for the 2017-18 season? Has Rajon Rondo come out as the front offices' most impressed? Will Nikola Mirotic be back for 2017-18? The front office blames draft position, cap space and injuries for their failures this season. What sort of shake up do the Bulls plan on making this summer with the coaching staff?
We finish the show with a crazy scenario from one NBA expert that believes the Bulls should pursue elite stars who want out of their city. Who are two of the young Bulls that have been highly praised around the
The guys are back after a weekend in which ended the Chicago Bulls season. The Bulls fell to the Boston Celtics in Game 6 at home leaving the Bulls with plenty of questions this offseason. The guys talk about the comments made by Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade in regards to their future. Does the Bulls front office believe Jimmy can be the guy this team can build around, not with? Jordan has a theory on why Butler wants to stay put in Chicago.
The Bulls have one player, in particular, that is being campaigned to stay for the 2017-18 season. Why Rajon Rondo will likely be back in a Bulls uniform in 2017-18. How are the young Bulls going to spend their offseason and what are they promised going forward? Denzel Valentine talks about an increased role with the team and a repeat at the Summer League Title. Paul Zipser and Bobby Portis have plans to become more versatile players, spending the summer modeling their games after some of the NBA's best at their position.
The guys wrap up with talking about what to expect from Fred Hoiberg and Gar/Pax. What kind of direction will the front office and coaching staff