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« Reply #1710 on: July 07, 2016, 05:02:29 AM »

Dwyane Wade. Yay?
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« Reply #1711 on: July 07, 2016, 06:28:14 AM »

Dwyane Wade. Yay?

Gotta get back into that 4-6 seed for next year's traditional second round exit.
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« Reply #1712 on: July 07, 2016, 07:23:10 AM »

Dwyane Wade. Yay?

Gotta get back into that 4-6 seed for next year's traditional second round exit.

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« Reply #1713 on: July 10, 2016, 11:32:29 AM »

Dwyane Wade. Yay?

Gotta get back into that 4-6 seed for next year's traditional second round exit.


Wildly optimistic.
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« Reply #1714 on: July 13, 2016, 07:12:50 AM »

Dwyane Wade. Yay?

Gotta get back into that 4-6 seed for next year's traditional second round exit.


Wildly optimistic.

Saw something even better that suggested with the out clauses for Wade and Rondo's contract being up in 2 years or whatever it is that the Bulls are primed to have Wade recruit big names and they'll have the space to sign a couple of them.

In a world that made sense the place where MJ did his thing/one of the biggest cities in the country would be a prime destination for FAs. Instead you've got GarPax and Hoiberg picking dingleberries.

It's too bad.
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« Reply #1715 on: August 18, 2016, 09:00:34 PM »

Dwyane Wade. Yay?

Gotta get back into that 4-6 seed for next year's traditional second round exit.


Wildly optimistic.

Saw something even better that suggested with the out clauses for Wade and Rondo's contract being up in 2 years or whatever it is that the Bulls are primed to have Wade recruit big names and they'll have the space to sign a couple of them.

In a world that made sense the place where MJ did his thing/one of the biggest cities in the country would be a prime destination for FAs. Instead you've got GarPax and Hoiberg picking dingleberries.

It's too bad.

I think the weather has a lot to do with it. What cold weather city has been a prime free agent destination since about 2000? If all the money is the same under the cap and it only takes two or three big time players to make a run, what matters? Nobody cares about history. Players don't sign with the Lakers because of Magic Johnson, they sign there because of Los Angeles. New York could draw some players too, though the Knicks and Nets have been wandering around in the wilderness forever.

Players go to LA, Dallas, Golden State, Houston, Miami.

We could also talk about how Chicago isn't a fantastic place for black people to live but I'd be talking out the entire side of my ass. I'll let somebody else make that point.

But history and legacy don't have shit on geography.
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« Reply #1716 on: August 19, 2016, 10:00:54 AM »

Dwyane Wade. Yay?

Gotta get back into that 4-6 seed for next year's traditional second round exit.


Wildly optimistic.

Saw something even better that suggested with the out clauses for Wade and Rondo's contract being up in 2 years or whatever it is that the Bulls are primed to have Wade recruit big names and they'll have the space to sign a couple of them.

In a world that made sense the place where MJ did his thing/one of the biggest cities in the country would be a prime destination for FAs. Instead you've got GarPax and Hoiberg picking dingleberries.

It's too bad.

I think the weather has a lot to do with it. What cold weather city has been a prime free agent destination since about 2000? If all the money is the same under the cap and it only takes two or three big time players to make a run, what matters? Nobody cares about history. Players don't sign with the Lakers because of Magic Johnson, they sign there because of Los Angeles. New York could draw some players too, though the Knicks and Nets have been wandering around in the wilderness forever.

Players go to LA, Dallas, Golden State, Houston, Miami.

We could also talk about how Chicago isn't a fantastic place for black people to live but I'd be talking out the entire side of my ass. I'll let somebody else make that point.

But history and legacy don't have shit on geography.

We waited a month for that?
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« Reply #1717 on: August 19, 2016, 11:40:21 AM »

Dwyane Wade. Yay?

Gotta get back into that 4-6 seed for next year's traditional second round exit.


Wildly optimistic.

Saw something even better that suggested with the out clauses for Wade and Rondo's contract being up in 2 years or whatever it is that the Bulls are primed to have Wade recruit big names and they'll have the space to sign a couple of them.

In a world that made sense the place where MJ did his thing/one of the biggest cities in the country would be a prime destination for FAs. Instead you've got GarPax and Hoiberg picking dingleberries.

It's too bad.

I think the weather has a lot to do with it. What cold weather city has been a prime free agent destination since about 2000? If all the money is the same under the cap and it only takes two or three big time players to make a run, what matters? Nobody cares about history. Players don't sign with the Lakers because of Magic Johnson, they sign there because of Los Angeles. New York could draw some players too, though the Knicks and Nets have been wandering around in the wilderness forever.

Players go to LA, Dallas, Golden State, Houston, Miami.

We could also talk about how Chicago isn't a fantastic place for black people to live but I'd be talking out the entire side of my ass. I'll let somebody else make that point.

But history and legacy don't have shit on geography.

We waited a month for that?

Whose fault would that be?
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« Reply #1718 on: August 22, 2016, 09:22:11 AM »

Dwyane Wade. Yay?

Gotta get back into that 4-6 seed for next year's traditional second round exit.


Wildly optimistic.

Saw something even better that suggested with the out clauses for Wade and Rondo's contract being up in 2 years or whatever it is that the Bulls are primed to have Wade recruit big names and they'll have the space to sign a couple of them.

In a world that made sense the place where MJ did his thing/one of the biggest cities in the country would be a prime destination for FAs. Instead you've got GarPax and Hoiberg picking dingleberries.

It's too bad.

I think the weather has a lot to do with it. What cold weather city has been a prime free agent destination since about 2000? If all the money is the same under the cap and it only takes two or three big time players to make a run, what matters? Nobody cares about history. Players don't sign with the Lakers because of Magic Johnson, they sign there because of Los Angeles. New York could draw some players too, though the Knicks and Nets have been wandering around in the wilderness forever.

Players go to LA, Dallas, Golden State, Houston, Miami.

We could also talk about how Chicago isn't a fantastic place for black people to live but I'd be talking out the entire side of my ass. I'll let somebody else make that point.

But history and legacy don't have shit on geography.

What about a science book?  Or the French I took?
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« Reply #1719 on: June 22, 2017, 08:45:56 PM »

Would someone please tell me if the Jimmy Butler trade was good, bad, terrible, or a disaster.
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« Reply #1720 on: June 22, 2017, 10:07:43 PM »

Would someone please tell me if the Jimmy Butler trade was good, bad, terrible, or a disaster.

The last three.
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« Reply #1721 on: June 22, 2017, 11:37:55 PM »

Would someone please tell me if the Jimmy Butler trade was good, bad, terrible, or a disaster.

The last three.

This has been a horrible team to be a fan of for a long damn time now.

I don't know how long after having the greatest player in history you have to wait before hating this team, but this is a garbage fucking organization run by complete incompetents.
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« Reply #1722 on: June 23, 2017, 08:28:06 AM »


Could the Bulls even beat the Washington Generals at this point?
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