Posted on: July 26, 2019 Posted by: BullsHype Comments: 1

The Shootaround: Are the playoffs a realistic goal for the Chicago Bulls in 2020?

The Chicago Bulls have made some key additions this summer, but will they lead to a playoff berth in 2020? For devoted fans, there is usually a disconnect between hopes, dreams and reality in the NBA offseason. They cling to hope (sometimes delusion), pleading for their teams to make the big free agency splash or the blockbuster trade. For the Chicago Bulls, there is no escaping this plight. The fans…

Posted on: July 24, 2019 Posted by: BullsHype Comments: 0

The Shootaround: Chicago Bulls news and notes for July 24

Welcome to: The Shootaround for Wednesday, July 24 It’s a light day in the NBA and especially for the Chicago Bulls. There are a few things to discuss though, so let’s just jump right in! The Chicago Bulls announced their preseason schedule Tuesday, with five games on the docket. Thankfully they knocked three games off the schedule, I think five games is plenty. The team gets to face Giannis Antetokounmpo,…

Posted on: July 23, 2019 Posted by: BullsHype Comments: 0

Chicago Bulls announce 2019-20 Preseason schedule

The  Chicago Bulls have announced their 2019 preseason schedule. Let’s take a look at what’s to come It’s not quite like we’re all on the edge of our seats for the preseason to kick-off but hey, NBA basketball will be back in just over two months and after the excitement of the offseason, I’ve never been more excited for a season to start. Here’s how the Chicago Bulls five preseason…

Posted on: March 28, 2021 Posted by: Bulls Global Comments: 0

Analyzing the Chicago Bulls’ moves at the NBA trade deadline

*All stats correct as of 3/26/2021 As per usual with the Chicago Bulls secretive front office, not much was known about exactly what the Executive Vice President – Basketball Operations, Arturas Karnisovas, and General Manager, Marc Eversley had planned for the trade deadline. The Athletic’s, Shams Charania, reported the Chicago Bulls to be “listening to Markkanen suitors”. Long-time rumors were also connecting the Bulls with New Orleans Pelicans guard Lonzo…

Posted on: February 11, 2021 Posted by: BullsHype Comments: 0

Zach LaVine deserves to be an NBA All-Star this season

Let me state the obvious here – I’m a Chicago Bulls fan. Yes, I’m a Zach LaVine fan. It’s easy for me to admit, I’m biased. So naturally, yes, I believe that he should finally be making his NBA All-Star game debut next month (let’s not even get into the debate about whether the game should even be happening). It’s no secret how hard the Bulls’ guard has worked to…

Posted on: January 31, 2021 Posted by: Bulls Global Comments: 0

Lonzo Ball could be exactly who the Chicago Bulls need

*all stats correct prior to games starting 01/29/2021. Is Lonzo Ball an option for the Chicago Bulls? The New Orleans Pelicans are rumored to be listening to trade calls for the former number two overall draft pick, Lonzo Ball, per Shams Charania of The Athletic. The Pelicans, viewed as a key team in NBA trade market, are receiving calls on Lonzo Ball and JJ Redick from interested teams and have…

Posted on: December 26, 2020 Posted by: Bulls Global Comments: 0

What Garrett Temple can bring to the Chicago Bulls

The Chicago Bulls signed 10-team journeyman, Garrett Temple, to a one year,$4.7million this off-season. The versatile veteran was the Bulls’ lone free-agent signing of the offseason.  Garrett Temple’s path to the Chicago Bulls Prior to entering the NBA, Temple spent the full 4 years at LSU. Temple then, as expected, went undrafted in the 2009 NBA Draft. On the Coaching U Podcast with Coach Brendan Suhr, Episode 154, Garrett Temple…

Posted on: December 16, 2020 Posted by: Bulls Global Comments: 0

Realistic Expectations for the Chicago Bulls 2020-21 Season

(Editor’s note: Introducing Bulls Global with his first article for BullsHype.com from the United Kingdom. Here’s a little from the author: From across-the-pond I have found a connection with the Chicago Bulls. I have taken a deep dive into the ins and outs of the NBA within the last year, thank you lockdown! Somewhat optimistic is how I would describe my mindset, particularly with the new leaders, which certainly helps…

Posted on: August 20, 2020 Posted by: BullsHype Comments: 0

The Chicago Bulls’ Good Vibes Train keeps on rolling

The Chicago Bulls are movin’ on up once again! Let’s be honest, 2020 has been a difficult year for all of us. For the Bulls, however, it’s been quite refreshing since the league shut down in March. First, John Paxson was reassigned and Gar Forman was let go. Then, Bulls president and COO Michael Reinsdorf actually performed an external search for GarPax’s replacement. Reinsdorf anded former Denver Nuggets assistant general…

Posted on: August 17, 2020 Posted by: BullsHype Comments: 0

Jim Boylen is gone, now the real work begins for the Chicago Bulls

Did you hear that? That’s the sound of new Chicago Bulls president of basketball operations, Arturas Karnisovas with the mic drop. Did you feel that? That was the earth tilting on its axis as all of BullsNation stood and rejoiced as not only has John Paxson and Gar Forman been removed from their posts atop the Bulls front office, but Jim Boylen has been relieved of his duties as head…

Posted on: August 17, 2020 Posted by: BullsHype Comments: 0

The Chicago Bulls have a problem and it’s not (all) Jim Boylen

The Chicago Bulls have a problem. They’ve actually had the same problem for quite a while. We’re talking decades. They’ve tried to cover for it many times. Michael Jordan couldn’t hide it, neither could Scottie Pippen, Phil Jackson, or even Derrick Rose. No, it wasn’t solved when they replaced GarPax. It didn’t get fixed when they traded Jimmy Butler, Rose, or let Tom Thibodeau go. It’s not even Jim Boylen…

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Posted on: November 27, 2019 Posted by: BullsHype Comments: 0

This isn’t who we thought the Chicago Bulls would be

The Chicago Bulls have stumbled to a disappointing 6-12 start, what exactly is happening in the Windy City? Raise your hands if you thought the 2019-20 Chicago Bulls would kick off the season losing 12 of 18 contests. Okay, there’s a decent chance that there are a few pessimists among us – but the general buzz was that this was a team destined for playoff contention in the spring. Not…