Will The East Steal Attention From LeBron?

The Chicago Bulls have been sent home for the summer by the Miami Heat. Last year, I was rooting for the Heat to go all the way, and they nearly did. Since Jimmy Butler was drafted by the Bulls and played in Chicago for six seasons I wanted to see him win his first ring. […]

Playoff Run: Let’s Not Deal With Tie Breakers

Most of the league has four games left, some teams only have three games. The four teams I follow the closest all have four games left. Golden State Warriors & Los Angeles Lakers In a post back on March 21st I made it clear that I am rooting for the Warriors to knock the Lakers […]

Playoff Run: We’re In The Home Stretch

Two weeks ago I shared my thoughts about the teams headed for the Play-In tournament in Eastern and Western Conferences. As I write this the only the Atlanta Hawks are playing tonight. So, let’s take check the pulse on who will make the Play-In Tournament and what seed they will be in. Eastern Conference More […]

Playoff Run: Warriors or Lakers? Let’s Go Dubs!

If the NBA Play-In Tournament were to start today my two favorite teams in the Western Conference would have a chance to face each other in game one of the Play-In Tournament. This is great because the last thing I want to see is LeBron James playing in the playoffs all spring. Dallas Mavericks Having […]

Spring Notes: Rebuilding and Retooling

At one point or another over the last five years all five of Chicago’s teams was rebuilding their roster of core players. However, on the North Side they were calling it a “retool” not a rebuild. The White Sox and Bears are both clearly rebuilding as I write this. So, because the Bulls are likely […]

Playoff Run: 2024 Postseason Games Tipoff in 29 Days

If the NBA Play-In Tournament were to start today my two favorite teams in the Eastern Conference would have a chance to face each other in game two of the Play-In Tournament. Over the next month I will be providing weekly updates about the seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenths seeds in both the Conferences. Philadelphia […]

Big Foot Stomped On The Bulls

While some of my readers might think I am going to be whining about Jerry Reinsdorf with today’s article… that is not at all the case. Nope, the fact is I will be whining about Artūras Karnišovas and Marc Eversley not doing their jobs. When they came here in the middle of the 2019-2020 season […]