Chicago Bulls Beat: Episodes

I missed a podcast so make up for it with a double length show breaking down the trade deadline, all star weekend, recent games, and the rest of the season.
I disccus the Bulls last two games and wonder why Doug McDermott can't get on the floor.
The Chicago Bulls struggle through a tough week. I discuss the causes and some adjustments to be made.
The Bulls pick up a couple of big wins against Western Conference playoff teams in order to right the ship after struggling in the prevoius eight games.
The Bulls struggle through a tough week and finish 1-3.
Derrick Rose misses a game with knee soreness as the Bulls have a rough week.
The Bulls had a 3-1 week, but they sure looked lousy doing it.
The Bulls have now won nine of their past 10 with a bunch of quality wins and are looking like championship favoties.
The Bulls are rolling after a big road win against the Grizzlies even without Derrick Rose.
We've now seen Derrick Rose. The real Derrick Rose, and it was glorious.
The Bulls finish the circus trip 4-3 as Derrick Rose finishes two games in a row for the first time this season
I break down the Bulls injuries and the bigger outlook of what Chicago needs to do.
I discuss Derrick Rose's injuries, the Bulls rotations and the last couple of games.
The Chicago Bulls are 5-2, but they've played a weak schedule and have obvious flaws.
I discuss the Bulls first three games of the season, and why my championship hopes are boosted despite Derrick Rose's sprained ankle.
I discuss the camp battles in preseason, what has been revealed and what adjustments need to be made as the regular season edges closer.
Derrick rose looks great, the rest of the starters look good. I break down all the players after there preseason games.
I discuss why this season will come down to Tom Thibodeau's ability to go from great to elite coach based on how he manages rotations and creates new offensive sets
I discuss the Cavaliers recent moves and the major questions entering training camp
Derrick Rose plays poorly but comes home with the gold. Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, Bruce Levenson, and Danny Ferry throw sports into a negative news cycle.
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