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Chicago Bulls Beat: Episodes

Derrick Rose missed a game with left knee soreness, but I'd rather panic about our bench than Rose's knee
Derrick Rose is back, Derrick Rose looked good, and that's all that really matters.
I am amped up for the regular season, start of media day, and discuss the Bulls chances this year, how Derrick Roes might win the MVP award
I discuss the camp battle for the final roster spot and note this might be the best Bulls roster Derrick Rose has ever had
I discuss the hot news of the week, Fab Melo waived [gasp] as well as general roster considerations for this season
I examine the Bulls roster depth and how various injury scenarios would impact the team.
I discuss the Bulls last roster spot, athletic lineups of the bulls, and Why Boozer may be here longer than you think.
I discuss the Bulls final roster spot and why the schedule is meaningless as we fight through the worst month of basketball news of the year.
I discuss the recent story of PEDs in the NBA, Rose's comments about being the best player in the league, and the hunt for the sixth big man
I discuss the end of summer league, the Bulls final roster decisions, and ramble on aimlessly a bit in what is shaping up to be a boring basketball summer.
I discuss summer league action and why the NBA needs to go after the Brooklyn Nets right now.
I review the major signings in free agency as well as the Bulls pick up of Mike Dunleavy Jr
I discuss the newest Bulls as well as why Luol Deng will be here for another season.
Kevin States joins the Bulls Beat to discuss the 2013 NBA Draft.
I discuss the NBA finals and the likely boring Bulls offseason.
I discuss Luol Deng's decision to avoid wrist surgery, the impact of bringing over Nikola Mirotic in 2014 and Nate Robinson's pending departure.
The Bulls enter week two of potentially the most boring off season in recent memory.
Too small, too hurt, too slow, and too stupid to quit, the Bulls faught hard against Miami, but their depleted roster came up short.
The Chicago Bulls defeated the Brooklyn Nets in the first ever road win in a game seven for Chicago.
The Bulls out will, out work, out defend, and out shoot Brooklyn over three games to take a commanding lead in the series.
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