Host Greg Mroz gives his review on parts nine and ten of “The Last Dance” which aired Sunday night. These two episodes focused on the 1997 NBA Finals, the “flu game”, Steve Kerr’s personal tragedy, the battle with the Pacers in the 1998 Eastern Conference Finals, winning it all in 1998, and the culmination of the dynasty.
Host Greg Mroz gives his review on parts seven and eight of “The Last Dance” which aired Sunday night. These two episodes focused on Michael Jordan’s retirement, his baseball career, the Bulls without Michael, returning to basketball, and his competitive drive.
Host Greg Mroz gives his review on parts five and six of “The Last Dance” which aired Sunday night. These two episodes focused on Michael Jordan’s relationship with Nike, the 1992 US Olympic Team, fighting through the 1993 playoffs, and Jordan’s issues with gambling.
Host Greg Mroz gives his review on parts three and four of “The Last Dance” which aired Sunday night. These two episodes focused on Dennis Rodman, the Bulls overcoming their past failures against the Pistons, and how the triangle offense turned the Bulls from good to great.
Host Greg Mroz gives his review on the first two parts of “The Last Dance” which debuted Sunday night. The Last Dance is the new ten part documentary series from ESPN chronicling the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls.
Bulls General Manager Gar Forman was relieved of his duties on Monday by new Executive VP of Basketball Operations Arturas Karnisovas. Host Greg Mroz analyzes the decision & why Jim Boylen’s exit as head coach may not be as inevitable as most think.
The Bulls have hired Denver Nuggets GM Arturas Karnisovas as their new Executive VP of Basketball Operations. Host Greg Mroz breaks down Karinsovas’ background, what strengths he brings to the team, and what more can be expected as he fills out his staff and weighs whether or not to retain Jim Boylen as head coach.
With reports out that the Bulls are officially looking for a new top executive, host Greg Mroz outlines his thoughts on the process, the candidates currently involved, and whether or not he believes current VP of Basketball Operations John Paxson will still have significant influence in the organization.
With the NBA on hold due to Covid-19, host Greg Mroz returns to lay out what the Bulls must plan to do in order to restart their rebuild heading into the 2020-21 season, which involves looking at what current players are a part of the core going forward.
After an 0-3 week and rumors surrounding the future of the front office and coach Jim Boylen, host Greg Mroz ponders if there is a clear direction for this franchise as their offseason rapidly approaches.
On the debut episode of the Hoop Ball Chicago Bulls Podcast, host Greg Mroz examines Otto Porter’s successful return to the court in the context of what could have been for the 2019-20 Chicago Bulls if he had stayed healthy. Greg also then takes a peek ahead at what to expect in the final month of the season with head coach Jim Boylen’s days potentially numbered.