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Bulls Talk Podcast: Will Kris Dunn build off career night?

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Bulls Talk Podcast: Will Kris Dunn build off career night?

On this edition of the Bulls Talk podcast, Mark Schanowski, Kendall Gill, and Kevin Anderson react to a breakout game from Kris Dunn against the Hornets Friday night. They’ll discuss his development and how it impacts rookie Lauri Markkanen. Plus just how long will both the Wolves and Bulls be judged on the Jimmy Butler trade? Is Dwight Howard a hall of famer? And a new era in Philly with Simmons and Embiid. That and more on this edition of the Bulls Talk podcast.

Bulls Talk Podcast: How a Sixers-Celtics trade could impact Jimmy Butler, Bulls

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Bulls Talk Podcast: How a Sixers-Celtics trade could impact Jimmy Butler, Bulls

On an abbreviated Bulls Talk Podcast, Insider Vincent Goodwill and Kevin Anderson discuss the impact of a possible Sixers-Celtics blockbuster trade and if it makes a potential deal for Jimmy Butler more likely. Vincent also gives his prediction for any deal for Butler and if he’ll be a member of the Bulls after the draft.

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The Bulls have the same 2018 NBA title odds as the Knicks, Lakers and Sixers

The Bulls have the same 2018 NBA title odds as the Knicks, Lakers and Sixers

Las Vegas isn't expecting the Bulls to hang a seventh banner inside the United Center anytime soon.

The sports gambling website Bovada released its 2018 title odds and the Bulls are tied for the 12th best odds. The only problem, given the dominance at the top of the league right now, is that those odds are 100 to 1. Teams such as the Knicks, Sixers, Timberwolves, Pelicans and Nuggets also tout those same 100 to 1 odds. In fact, only seven teams have worse odds than the 12 teams at 100:1.

The obvioud asterisk here is that the draft and free agency will entirely change the dynamics of every team in the league. Still, if you're a gambling man or woman your best bet is likely to stick with the Warriors (2:3) or the Cavaliers (3:1). Barring wild changes to either team, they appear to be on a collision course for a fourth straight NBA Finals matchup a year from now.

Golden State Warriors - 2:3
Cleveland Cavaliers - 3:1
Boston Celtics - 12:1
San Antonio Spurs - 12:1
Houston Rockets - 20:1
LA Clippers - 33:1
Toronto Raptors - 50:1
Washington Wizards - 50:1
Oklahoma City Thunder - 66:1
Memphis Grizzlies - 75:1
Milwaukee Bucks - 75:1
Chicago Bulls - 100:1
Dallas Mavericks - 100:1
Denver Nuggets - 100:1
Indiana Pacers - 100:1
Los Angeles Lakers - 100:1
Miami Heat - 100:1
Minnesota Timberwolves - 100:1
New Orleans Pelicans - 100:1
New York Knicks - 100:1
Philadelphia 76ers - 100:1
Portland Trail Blazers - 100:1
Utah Jazz - 100:1
Atlanta Hawks - 200:1
Charlotte Hornets - 300:1
Detroit Pistons - 300:1
Brooklyn Nets - 500:1
Orlando Magic - 500:1
Phoenix Suns - 500:1
Sacramento Kings - 500:1