Greg Mroz recaps the Bulls two grind it out wins over the Pacers & Pistons and explains why the Bulls in crunchtime are more than just Zach LaVine. Greg also looks at the current standings and says why Bulls fans should be optimistic about their playoff chances. Plus, a discussion on why it is no longer possible for the Bulls to trade Otto Porter Jr.
Greg Mroz recaps the Bulls dominating victory over the New Orleans Pelicans & how the performances of Zach LaVine & Coby White define how the Bulls must play to win games when shorthanded. The Bulls also suffered a 19 point loss to the Los Angeles Clippers in which they were just straight out dominated by a better team. Greg finishes with a quick preview of the Pacers game tonight.
The primary starting five of the Pacers for the foreseeable future only got to start five games together this season due to injuries but the team was still well inside the playoffs. Here is an overview of their season so far from a fantasy perspective.
The Pacers continue to exist in fifth place, as they have for years now. With a cap sheet that's largely accounted for, how does Indiana move forward?
The Pacers chose to keep Aaron Holiday mostly under wraps in his rookie season. Now, with the team ready to seriously contend, we're about to see whether that was the right call.
With preseason mercifully upon us, we've picked one thing to keep an eye on as the exhibition games play out. We'll try to find meaning in certain areas for each team in the league.