March 27, 2017, 12:28 pm
During this 2016-17 NBA season, the basketball gods have blessed us with historical production. Team by team, this series brings you the amazing, embarrassing and obscure stats that aren’t mentioned anywhere else. Now on “NBA Regular Season Record Chasing,” we turn our attention to the Chicago Bulls.
Specifically, we find the most impressive achievement of Jimmy Butler‘s season, explain how he stacks up to Michael Jordan, and credit Robin Lopez and other role players for their excellence on the boards.
The previous episode featured the Portland Trail Blazers. You can go here for stats on Damian Lillard‘s underrated three-point shooting, consequences of the Mason Plumlee/Jusuf Nurkic trade, and a reminder that Festus Ezeli was supposed to have a role—and demographic purpose—on the team.
Make sure you don’t miss the episode on your favorite team by subscribing on YouTube and bookmarking Hoop-Ball.com. Plus, we bring you FREE daily podcasts on the Hoop Ball Radio app, available for Apple and Android devices.
Beyond these videos, I tweet out loads of NBA stats and observations. Hope you follow along at @RealEly.