Andre Drummond's Adjustment, Dalen's Brother, One of the GOAT's Best Years, and Other Bulls Bullets

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Andre Drummond’s Adjustment, Dalen’s Brother, One of the GOAT’s Best Years, and Other Bulls Bullets

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Zachary, there is still plenty of room on the Justin Fields bandwagon! What are you waiting for!?

  • Zenni is out and Motorola is in. The Chicago Bulls announced a new multi-year partnership with the Chicago-based mobile company this morning. The big fat “M” on the jersey might take a little getting used to, but it could always be worse.
  • All things considered, I think the Bulls have signed Andre Drummond at the right time. Once a franchise anchor and multi-time All-Star, I’m sure adjusting to life as a reserve and specialist wasn’t the easiest transition, especially considering his fall from grace happened so fast. But he’s had the past couple of seasons to work through the kinks mentally, and there is real potential for him to be one of the more impactful backups in the league if he can fully buy in. Yes, I continue to have my concerns about his defensive chops (particularly for a Bulls team that needs rim protection), but it’s nice knowing the Bulls have a seemingly reliable secondary center this season.
  • There have been many different versions of Michael Jordan over the years, and I think this might be one of my favorites:
  • What sometimes gets lost in the Jordan discussion is just how special he was prior to winning the rings. I mean, Larry Bird was calling him god before he even made an NBA Finals, and the 1987-88 version of the eventual GOAT is exactly why. He dominated in all facets of the game, and he showed everyone that no matter what he was asked to do on the basketball court, he would find a way to do it at a high level. His 3.2 steals and 1.6 blocks per game that season ended up a career-high, as were his 40.4 minutes per game. Not to mention, he also shot 53.5 percent from the field in the third-most efficient scoring season of his career. What a two-way beast.
  • Dalen Terry’s little brother is out here cooking folks with ease. I’m sure a sport on the Windy City Bulls is open! Just lie about his age.
  • For the time being, I have to put the Brooklyn Nets ahead of the Chicago Bulls in my Eastern Conference power rankings. But out of all the squads who currently sit ahead, they are undoubtedly the most unstable. The potential for a complete and utter collapse remains.
  • Ayo Dosunmu and Coby White should watch some Derrick Rose film and work on that floater.
  • Just own the Texans, please.
  • Some big names have finally left the NHL.


Author: Elias Schuster

Elias Schuster is the Lead Bulls Writer at Bleacher Nation. You can follow him on Twitter @Schuster_Elias.