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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.

The guys are back with an extended length episode with plenty of topics to debate. The Bulls sign young Center Diamond Stone to a contract, the NBA and Nike have an unveiling of the new jerseys for 2017-18, and the NBA might be looking at a possible reconstruction. What would this mean for the Bulls plans of rebuilding? Should there be panic from Bulls fans that they land on the top of the NBA Draft this upcoming season? The guys take a look at the summer Lauri Markkanen has had as he recently ends his time in the EuroBasket tournament overseas. They wrap up the show talking about Cameron Payne's injury, Nikola Mirotic's mystery contract, and Kevin Durant taking social media to another level.

The guys are back with a brand new episode and start the show talking about the full schedule the Bulls will face this season. The guys also touch on the new jersey deal with Nike and how it will affect the Bulls uniforms in the future. They discuss some possibilities for the alternates and also reflect on since retired uniforms. The bulk of the show consists of answering questions and sharing stories from you! We had the listeners email, tweet or text us and decided to hit on some of the best responses. The conversations include Nikola Mirotic mystery, Dwyane Wade's basketball leadership, and Nerlens Noel. All of this and so much more on The Debate-A-Bulls. Remember you can submit your questions or stories to bullsabpn@gmail.com or tweet at us @Debateabulls.

The guys are back with a brand new episode and start the show with Derrick Rose. He has signed a deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers and the guys talk about what kind of impact he could have on their team. Will he be a legitimate piece to help the Cavaliers to an NBA Finals? What kind of relationship will LeBron be able to have with Derrick Rose? The guys also talk about the irony of asking for a max contract. Kyrie Irving and LeBron James have become one of the biggest conversations in the NBA. Kyrie wants out and how that could affect the entire swing of the NBA. Jordan explains the atmosphere in which players communicate and interact in 2017. Social Media has become a landscape for petty play among opponents and now teammates. The guys also talk about Kyrie and Jimmy Butler's relationship and if that could have been something in Cleveland or Chicago. The guys finish up with talking

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

The guys are back this week after the holiday to talk about the start of the NBA offseason. After one week of NBA free agency, the Bulls have been quiet as expected this summer. The Bulls cut ties with Rajon Rondo and lock up Christian Felicio. Will they throw money at Nikola Mirotic to stay long term? Matt and Jordan don't understand the logic. After the Eastern Conference has been depleted, the guys dive into a heavy debate whether or not the Bulls are rebuilding or tanking. Is there a difference? Jordan believes there is a clear distinction and the Bulls might be on the wrong end of it. Could the Bulls be better than we are expecting? Matt believes the Baby Bulls will be a bottom feeder next year. The guys finish up by talking about winners and losers through one week of free agency. How has the shift in conferences affected the Bulls strategy? Are fans willing to wait now that

The guys are back this week talking about the brand new Chicago Bulls. The Bulls introduced Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and Lauri Markkanen on Tuesday and held a press conference for the first time since draft night. The guys talk about some of the most important aspects of the press conference and attitude going forward from the players. Jordan talks about why he thinks Zach LaVine is going to be a hit with Chicago fans. The guys dissect their feelings about Jimmy Butler no longer being in Chicago and how the front office treated him on his way out. Jordan and Matt believe the front office has been pushing powerful assets out of town for years. Did the front office choose Fred Hoiberg over Jimmy Butler in terms of the future? All indications point to yes. The Debate-A-Bulls wraps up with Kenyon Martin talking trash about Joakim Noah. Martin believes he could play Noah for his contract and beat him. We talk about

The guys are back with an emergency podcast after last night's NBA Draft. The Bulls have finally picked a direction and traded away three-time All-Star Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Jordan and Matt break down the entire trade and tell you why they are not that mad. Join us as we talk through every aspect of this Bulls trade and their transition into a rebuild. Will the brand new direction the Bulls have be something fans will buy into? Did the Bulls panic about Butler and ship him off for too little? Why did they throw in the No. 16 pick? All of this and so much more on the Debate-A-Bulls.

The guys are back and have plenty of to talk about with the latest Jimmy Butler rumors. The guys shuffle through each of the teams that have supposed interest in Jimmy Butler. Could this finally be the time that the front office decides to hit the reset button? Matt and Jordan might not think that's the case. What are the odds that the Bulls will finally find a deal worth selling Jimmy Butler. The guys talk about the possibility of Butler staying with the Bulls long term. Dwyane Wade picks up his player options just hours before the draft amidst the Butler trade rumors. Did that have any affect on why Butler was backing down a trade from Cleveland? Jordan has a theory that the Cavaliers blew an opportunity to acquire Butler in a deal on Wednesday. The guys give their final picks before the NBA Draft on Thursday night. If the Bulls do not move into the Top-5, who will they be taking

The guys are back with another episode in which they talk NBA Finals. Lebron James after the first two losses to Golden State says that "it's just a game, it's just basketball" when asked about what was at stake. LeBron seems to be back to the same tone he had in 2015. What can Cleveland do to salvage this series? The guys talk about the possibility of Jimmy Butler staying with the Bulls long term. Jimmy sat down with the Bulls front office this week to discuss the future. What do his implications for wanting to stay in Chicago mean for the future of the rest of the team? The front office remains adamant about returning the same roster from this past season in 2017-18. Wrapping up the show includes how the front office will approach the 2018 year of flexibility. Will the Bulls finally be able to strike gold with a free agent if Jimmy Butler is here long term? Do

This episode previously aired on Dash Radio Thursday, May 25th, 2017, 6-7 a.m. and 11-12 p.m CT. Jordan and Matt are back, they begin the show with talking about Jimmy Butler's Third Team All-NBA selection. How will this affect how the Bulls approach the future with Jimmy? The guys talk about the implications another All-NBA selection could have on Butler's 'super-max' contract qualifications. Are the Bulls ready to commit more than $200 million to Butler? Jordan wants to have a discussion about the All-NBA voting system. Should sports writers and broadcasters determine the fate of the player's contracts? How would the NBA be able to change the system, if possible? Jordan welcomes fake rumors season by debunking the latest Bulls/Lakers rumor. How the NBA conversation has become a flood of fake rumors and accounts seeking non-starting trades. We dive into what the Lakers would need to offer for this trade to have any traction. The guys finish up the show talking about a

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

This episode previously aired on Dash Radio Thursday, May 18th, 2017, 6-7 a.m. and 11-12 p.m CT. The guys are back and start off with the results of the 2017 NBA Lottery. Now that the order is set, will Boston and Chicago find a way to make a deal for Butler? How many other teams find interest in Butler this off-season? Jordan and Matt discuss whether the Bulls have already passed up their best offer for Jimmy Butler. The guys draw out scenarios in which the Celtics, Lakers, and Suns might phone the Bulls front office this summer. The guys have another set of potential NBA draft picks to break down. Jordan talks about former 5-star, top-10 recruit Hamidou Diallo as a possible option for the Bulls. Diallo worked out for the Bulls on Tuesday and might be of interest. The 6'5 guard did not play a single game for Kentucky this season, how will that affect his draft stock? Matt brings up

The guys are back with an extended show full of NBA Lottery and Bulls Draft talk. The guys spend the first segment talking about the conspiracy theories surrounding the NBA Draft. Do people still believe that the NBA Lottery is altered? The guys break out some of the best theories and debunk them. The guys then talk about the possible scenarios in which Jimmy Butler could be involved in rumors once again. What happens if Boston does not land the first pick Tuesday night? Will the Lakers back the talk about potentially landing UCLA's Lonzo Ball? Would the Lakers take him with the No. 1 pick or could that be a potential trade piece for Jimmy Butler or Paul George. The guys spend the back half of the show talking about several of potential Bulls targets after the NBA Combine. The guys run down players like Indiana's O.G. Anunoby, UCLA's T.J. Leaf, International Pro Terrance Ferguson, and Louisville's Donovan Mitchell. How many