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Locked On Bulls is back with a fresh episode, the guys break down last night's loss to the Los Angeles Lakers and the Bulls eighth loss in a row. The guys discuss how the first half of basketball might rank as the worst 24-minutes played by two teams all season.

The guys talk about Kris Dunn's worst game of the season and how his individual statistics might be up across the board but his ability to stack up consistent games is lacking. The guys talk about the fanbases lack of trust Dunn going forward. The guys also talk about Boylen's rotations, an awful night from Bobby Portis, and no tacos for Lakers fans. After putting together a pretty solid game in Utah on Saturday night, why didn't Boylen play Wayne Selden until the last few minutes of the third-quarter?

Locked On Bulls spends the rest of the episode with their weekly segment of Bulls mailbag where they dive into their text and voicemail line to answer and discuss Bulls fans questions. The guys start with an oddly specific baseball reference to the Pirates and how some fans may feel like the Bulls operate like a small market team. 

Are the guys interested in pursuing Dallas Mavericks second year point guard Dennis Smith Jr. in a trade? Locked On Bulls discusses what it would cost, how he would pair with Zach LaVine in the backcourt and why it might not be that great of an idea. The guys have a Bulls fan text in who is looking at this team from a glass half empty approach, who should the Bulls be looking at if they fall out of the top-3 in the lottery, and is Wendell Carter Jr. going to make the All-NBA Rookie team at the end of the season? All of this and so much more on Locked On Bulls.

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