When the Bulls traded Jimmy Butler in 2017, it was the beginning of a new era. The “grit-and-grind” Bulls of the Tom Thibodeau era were long gone and the Bulls were going to modernize the franchise and move towards “pace-and-space” and an exciting brand of basketball. At least, that’s what fans expected with the piecesContinue reading “The State of the Chicago Bulls”
Frankly, this is a piece I never thought I’d write. Nobody has been a bigger critic of Zach LaVine than me. When he came to Chicago, I reacted in disgust to the point that people from Minnesota would tweet back and tell me “how much I’d love this kid” and “how badly he wants toContinue reading “Zach LaVine is Making The Leap”
“See Red” Fred Pfeiffer, recently declared Tom Thibodeau second on his seven most overrated Chicago Bulls of all-time. Fred, who is sometimes delusional in his Chicago Bulls optimism, has been on the attack for several years in regards to Thibs’ time with the Bulls. Was Thibodeau really overrated? Did Thibs run his players into the ground? Was Thibs unwilling to shift into the modern era? Let’s answer each question individually.
I wrote a guest post for On Tap Sports about the hopelessness of the Chicago Bulls franchise and what this all means going forward. READ IT HERE: https://ontapsportsnet.com/the-hopeless-chicago-bulls/
Coming into this season, expectations were high. Bulls management, coaches, and fans seemed to be aligned: This is the season the Bulls turn it around and start competing for a playoff spot. Granted, the East is so bad at the beginning of the season that this might be true, but more was expected of thisContinue reading “The Chicago Bulls Are One Major Piece Short”