On this edition of the Bulls Talk Podcast, Mark Schanowski, Kendall Gill, and Kevin Anderson break down what a potential Bulls-Spurs trade for Kawhi Leonard would look like, and what they expect Zach LaVine to get in free agency.
Plus, options for the Bulls with the sixth overall pick, and why Kendall is concerned about Michael Porter Jr.
And you don’t want to miss why Kendall thinks the Sixers would NOT want LeBron this summer.
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There may not be another league in the world in any sport that has so much drama without teams getting near a court as the NBA.
The final hours leading up to Thursday's trade deadline were proof. After the Bulls kicked things off with a whisper in the wind by dealing Jameer Nelson, who never played for the Bulls, for Willie Reed and a swap of second-round picks in 2022 (yes, 2022), Cleveland took over and ran things.
The Cavs dealt away Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Channing Frye, Iman Shumpert, Derrick Rose and Dwyane Wade and landed Rodney Hood, George Hill, Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr. While the Rose and Wade deals will resonate more with Bulls fans, there was plenty of snark to go around about all of the moves. Here's a collection of some of the best jokes about Cleveland's busy day.
Some people had the perspective to think of the few remaining Cavs that aren't LeBron.
And possibly the most savage of the bunch:
On the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, David Schuster (670 The Score), Sam Panayotovich (VSIN) and Shae Peppler (FOX 32) join Kap on the panel.
The NBA trade deadline is approaching. Will the Bulls make any more moves? And with the Cavs in freefall, should GarPax phone Cleveland to see if LeBron James is available?
Plus, should the Blackhawks’ “One Goal” be to focus on next season? And does the Josh McDaniels’ situation make the Bears look even better?
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