Arturas Karnisovas and Marc Eversley have been absolute killers this free agency.
With the 38th pick in the NBA Draft the Chicago Bulls select…
Even while I’ve ignored preparing for it, I am genuinely excited for this year's draft...
After all the pining, lamenting, and spread sheets, I’ve had enough. This will be the last post I write about the Bulls Point Guard Situation until the Round Table does something about it.
One of the things that I’m struggling with as a fan is switching my mentality to “win now” mode. For the past 4 seasons, we’ve been conditioned to lean into the draft, to value potential over actual talent, and to look to the future as opposed to the here and now. That’s a hard habit to break.
I’ve taken some time to enjoy Good Basketball in the form of the NBA Playoffs, and it’s allowed me the space I needed to come up with some purely arbitrary grades for the Chicago Bulls and their 2020-’21 season.
With a reinvigorated pair of All-Stars, and some better defensive play of late, the Chicago Bulls still have a legitimate shot at the play-in tournament.
The Bulls have finally beaten some better competition. The win over the Nets to start the week was a pleasant surprise for me, I really wasn’t expecting it.
What a sad road trip this has been. The Bulls are on a 6 game losing streak with 4 of those losses coming on the road to Western Conference powerhouses. It’s not unexpected.
With the losses coming during the toughest part of the schedule and a period of roster transition, I’m much more forgiving of the crap we’re seeing on the court.