SB Nation Chicago Podcast: Z.W., Bobby And Ricky Talk About The Bulls

On this week's edition of the SB Nation Chicago Podcast, Ricky O'Donnell, Z.W. Martin and Bobby "Lush" Loesch talk about the Chicago Bulls. Specifically: could the Bulls make the playoffs without Derrick Rose? Is Ronnie Brewer legitimately good? What to make of that loss to the Indiana Pacers? With just over a half hour running time, the SB Nation Chicago pocast gives you a brief, but entertaining look at the top stories of the week. The listening goodness following the jump.

Table of Contents
00:00:00 - Intro/pissing contest
00:01:45 - How the Bulls look with and without Derrick Rose in the lineup/The Bench Mob
00:09:55 - Thibodeau
00:13:30 - White Mamba
00:14:20 - Recapping Pacers win over Bulls
00:18:40 - Brewer
00:21:20 - Big picture
00:22:25 - Back to Brewer
00:24:40 - Rip
00:27:20 - Heat/Rip or Brewer in crunch?
00:29:50 - Asik jokes then Noah talk

Intro: "Get Lite (Tobacco Remix)" by Anti-Pop Consortium
Outro:
"Dirk goes crazy" by Dirk Nowitzki then "Rockin' The Suburbs" by Ben Folds Five then "Hello" by Bobby "Lush" Loesch

Twitter @ZWMartin / @TUP_Ricky / @bobbystompy

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