LOCKED ON BULLS, 3/15/2019 - Bulls travel west, Zach LaVine not shutting it down, Jim Boylen one-on-one interview
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The guys kick off the show talking about the Bulls final west coast road trip of the season as they take on the Los Angeles Clippers tonight, Sacramento Kings on Sunday, and finish up with the Phoenix Suns on Monday. The guys talk about how well the Clippers have played in the month of March and it leads them into a discussion about the decision to not shut down Zach LaVine for the remainder of the season.
Jordan Maly and Matt Peck debate whether or not they feel it's in the best interest for the Bulls future to allow Zach LaVine to play out the final 13 games of the season. If LaVine is 100-percent healthy, should he play? Jordan discusses LaVine's thoughts on why he wants to continue to play the rest of the season and how his words should be encouraging to Bulls fans who are looking for leadership characteristics in one of their rising stars. The guys weigh all the factors including the remaining schedule and the possibility that LaVine could still sit a handful of games.
Locked On Bulls spends the remainder of the show talking about The Athletic's two-part interview with head coach Jim Boylen written by Darnell Mayberry. The guys highlight some of the most important parts of the 5,000 words written and why it's important for Bulls fans to read. The guys bounce opinions off each other and ask if their opinions on Boylen have changed since the beginning of his tenure. Have Bulls fans opinions of Boylen changed? The guys dive into the basketball strategy that makes Boylen tick as well as where he sees this team going beyond this season. The guys also share their experience going on the No Zones podcast yesterday with Tony Gill. All of this and so much more on Locked On Bulls.
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