Author: Josh Jeffares

A Blame Game: Boylen and Management Must be Held Accountable

From the coaches to the advisers to the executives to the owners, changes must be made.

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Chandler Hutchison Sidelined Again with Shoulder Injury

Chandler Hutchison will be reevaluated tomorrow.

Health Important for Bulls' Most Valuable Player, Wendell Carter Jr.

Wendell Carter Jr.’s play on the defensive end and his growing role on offense make him by far the most valuable player on the Chicago Bulls.

Markkanen Suffers Apparent Ankle Injury, Expected to Miss Time

Bulls star forward Lauri Markkanen was sidelined in last night’s 111-104 loss to the Boston Celtics early in the fourth quarter after an apparent ankle injury.

Give Zach LaVine the Credit He Deserves

Breaking down why Zach LaVine deserves more credit, why he has the ability to be great, and why he does not deserve the harsh criticism he has received over his tenure with the Bulls.

Finnish Coach Henrik Dettmann Spending time with Bulls, Lauri Markkanen

The Finnish coach has reportedly been spending time in Chicago supporting star forward Lauri Markkanen.

This is Denzel Valentine's Time to Shine

With injuries to rotational wings and a visibly lackluster offense, this upcoming stretch of games will be Denzel Valentine’s time to shine if he is given the opportunity.

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Daniel Gafford Shines in First Real Opportunity, Bulls do not

Whether Boylen saw the “#FreeGafford” hashtag trending on Twitter or not, we finally saw the rookie unleashed from the bench to show this Bulls fanbase what he is, in fact, capable of.

The Bulls’ Biggest Concern: Lauri Markkanen Continues to Struggle

So far, Markkanen is experiencing career lows in almost every major category and has looked passive on both ends of the floor.

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly from the Bulls’ First 3 Games and What to Expect Going Forward

The Bulls sit at 1-2 after their first three games, and they have plenty of work to do on both ends of the floor if they want to attain a winning record over the next two contests.