Free Agency Preview – Kris Dunn

By Andrew Lawlor NBA teams looking for defense in the backcourt should be looking at Chicago Bulls guard Kris Dunn as a free agent. Although his offense has not progressed very much, the fifth-overall pick from 2016 has terrorized opposing ball-handlers throughout his time in the league. Unfortunately, he is a poor shooter who givesContinue reading “Free Agency Preview – Kris Dunn”

A Look Back on Jim Boylen’s Tenure with the Bulls

By Andrew Lawlor Jim Boylen is finally out as head coach of the Chicago Bulls. To be honest, I thought it was not going to happen. He has done an awful job, causing players to hate him while overseeing regression of key players and a lot of losing. But all of this was apparent lastContinue reading “A Look Back on Jim Boylen’s Tenure with the Bulls”

A 2019-2020 Chicago Bulls Autopsy

by Matt Esposito The season has ended early for some of our beloved NBA franchises. Here at The Playgrounder we decided to do a postmortem of sorts. Specifically, we wanted to focus on five categories: what the team did well, where they struggled, free agency needs, 2020-21 expectations and a final prediction. What Did TheContinue reading “A 2019-2020 Chicago Bulls Autopsy”