Bulls Show podcast: Noah and the gritty win in game two

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From Mitch and Nillz:

As the winner of our fantasy basketball league this year, our buddy Eugene is rewarded with a guest appearance on the show to discuss the Bulls bounce back win in Brooklyn, tying the first round playoff series at one game apiece. Listen in as we three-man weave our way through the gritty defensive performance by Kirk Hinrich and the guts on display by Joakim Noah. With the teams heading back to Chicago for Thursday’s game 3, has our opinion and prediction on the series changed? Is Thibs a genius or running his team into the ground? Will Joakim inspire Derrick Rose’s return? Why isn’t Eugene actually a Bulls fan? Find out the answers to all these questions here!

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