Our first guest on the podcast - Stephen Noh joins the show. We dissect what the Chicago Bulls' new regime does going forward, discuss how bad Jim Boylen really has been as head coach and what Zach LaVine's future may be.
Scott and James discuss a potential Chicago Bulls return to the court, wherever that may end up being, Jim Boylen may be on his way out soon and James rants about Isiah Thomas playing the victim in his feud with Michael Jordan.
Scott and James dive into episodes 7 & 8 of "The Last Dance" and the current state of the Chicago Bulls, including the issues facing the new Bulls front office as the team looks to turn themselves back into winners.
Scott and James discuss ESPN's The Last Dance episodes 5 and 6 and marvel at Michael Jordan's competitiveness, his dislike of Jerry Krause and Krause's desire to build a team where he gets all the credit.
Scott Engelsman joins James as the new co-host of The BullsHype Podcast and the two discuss the new era of Chicago Bulls basketball - discussing Arturas Karnisovas, new GM Marc Eversley and why Jim Boylen shouldn't return as the head coach.
James discusses the beginning stages of the Arturas Karnisovas era, dives into the roster questions facing the new regime and goes in on why Jim Boylen does not deserve another season as head coach of the Chicago Bulls and discusses Boylen's potential replacements.
It's the first episode of The BullsHype Podcast and James takes a quick look at the changes the Chicago Bulls have undergone recently and what new executive vice president of basketball operations Arturas Karnisovas has to look forward to as he takes over.