All posts for the month January, 2017

Carmelo by the numbers

By Steve Shea (@SteveShea33) January 27, 2017 Reports are that Phil Jackson is serious about trading Carmelo Anthony. Melo is a bit of an enigma.  He is a 9-time all-star, 6-time all-NBA selection and a 4-time U.S. Olympian.  Those are the kinds of credentials that should cement any player’s legacy.  Yet, the recent trade rumors […]

I tried to watch the Bulls and Knicks try to play basketball

By Stephen Shea (@SteveShea33) January 13, 2017 Last evening, I stumbled upon the nationally televised matchup between the Bulls and Knicks.  Even after enduring the nonsensical ramblings of a certain TNT crew, my better judgement lost to my undying passion for basketball and I stayed tuned. I spent the first several minutes of the contest […]

The Bulls have a Lineup Construction Problem; Blame the GM and Coach

By Stephen Shea (@SteveShea33) January 2, 2016 Recently, Marc Stein reported that Chicago’s coach, Fred Hoiberg, is on the hot seat.  He also suggested that Chicago’s VP of Basketball Operations, John Paxson, and General Manager, Gar Forman, are at risk of losing their jobs. From Marc Stein of ESPN on December 30, 2016 “The latest […]