Chicago Bulls Beat: Episodes

Kevin States returns to the Bulls Beat to break down the Bulls options in the 2014 NBA Draft.
I discuss the Spurs NBA Finals victory and how it will reshape the off-season of the NBA as well as set a new bar for the Bulls.
I discuss the sale of the Clippers, the NBA finals, and how the Bulls can land both Kevin Love and Carmelo Anthony this off-season
I discuss why I'd move Tom Thibodeau for a lottery pick as well as why Bill Simmons is off the mark on his comments about how Reinsdorf runs the Bulls
I discuss the NBA draft, the free agent possibilities, and the rest of the NBA playoffs.
I discuss my insane Rose trade, Pau Gasol rumors, and Thibodeau's issues with rotations
I discuss the end of the Bulls playoff run, an overview of various off-season scenarios, and the Lakers interest in Tom Thibodeau
The Bulls lost game one to the Wizards and now need to quickly find some answers to their ailing defense.
I discuss the Bulls rise to the three seed, coach of the year talk, and the Bulls subtle salary maneuverings.
I discuss the Bulls chase for the three seed, D.J. Augustin's contract situation, and the fall of Carlos Boozer.
The Bulls close out the rest of the season with 10 winnable games after completing the end of the gauntlet. I discuss the present seeding implications and whether or not D.J. Augustin and Kirk Hinrich will be back next season.
I discuss the Bulls week, the playoff race, and the rest of the Bulls season.
I discuss the historic nature of Joakim Noah's passing, the Bulls race towards the playoffs, and why this season has turned out fun despite the Rose injury.
The Chicago bulls struggled in Miami, but they've still been on a tear ripping apart opponents recently.
The Bulls emerged from their annual Ice Capades trip with a 3-3 record and return at .500, good for 5th in the East.
I discuss the possibilities surrounding Carmelo Anthony and D.J. Augustin in this summer and how the Bulls can build a championship caliber team.
The Bulls unloaded Marquis Teague in another deal to save salary and look poised to make the playoffs as Charlotte has fallen to the perfect spot.
The Bulls traded Luol Deng for a rather slim amount in return, but they're still heading towards the playoffs after winning four in a row.
Playoffs? We're talking playoffs? Yeah, not only are the Bulls back in the playoff race, they've climbed to sixth in the East.
I discuss the possibilities of trading Deng to Cleveland and how to build a flexibile future for Chicago.
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