In this episode, Sean O'Connor joins again to gloat (just kidding he's sad too) about a series that now has no Derrick Rose. We re-live the high flying times of the MVP but we also talk about...you know the playoff series the Bulls are up 1-0 in. Host Josh Hill breaks down why C.J. Watson and John Lucas will be formidable replacements but Sean actually did research and sounds much smarter in his argument as to why the Sixers may actually be just as worse off without Rose then with him in the lineup. It's time for Game 2 which means it's time to step Inside the Bulls-Eye on Pippen Ain't Easy Radio Network!
Game 1 didn't go the way anyone wanted even though the Bulls won 103-91. Late in the game Derrick Rose tore his ACL and is now out for the remainder of the postseason. Host Josh Hill deals with the somber tone in Chicago and looks ahead to Game 2 on Tuesday.
It's here! Playoff time is back in Chicago and the Bulls get the 8th seeded Sixers in the first round. Philly blogger Sean O'Connor steps inside the Bulls-Eye today to dish on the Sixers fall from the top of the Eastern Conference and their chances of beating the Bulls in the first round. It's playoff time and Pippen Ain't Easy has you covered!
In this episode, the Bulls beat the Pistons -- but just barely. Derrick Rose returns to form to help win the game but he draws hard fouls all the way and he voices his displeasure with the treatment. We've got preview of the Bulls and the Wizards tonight. Also Keith Schultz from Blackhawk Up joins to talk about the Hawks nail-biter win on Saturday, Andrew Shaw's run in with Mike Smith and a look ahead to Game 3 tomorrow night.
In the debut episode of our brand new show we take you around the Chicago sports scene and give you the best insight out there. Today, the Bulls are fresh off a win and host Josh Hill breaks down the ripple effects a second win against the Heat has especially when it featured a useless Derrick Rose. Later, Chicago Blackhawks writer Keith Schultz joins to breakdown what went wrong in the Blackhawks 3-2 loss in OT in Game 1 last night against the Phoenix Coyotes.
In this edition of Inside the Bulls-Eye, Knicks blogger Greg Kaplan sits down to dish Knicks-Bulls as well as give his opinions on New York's playoff chances, sets the record straight on Melo's involvement in Mike D'Antoni's dismissal and lets us know who runs this team: Melo, Lim or Amare. It's Inside the Bulls-Eye on Pippen Ain't Easy Radio Network.
In this first edition of Inside the Bulls-Eye, Oklahoma City Thunder writer and Thunderous Intentions editor Andrew Kennedy steps inside the Bulls-eye to answer some questions about Kevin Durant's MVP chances, what the game means if Derrick Rose sits and settles the score on Westbrook vs. Durant.