Get ready for Bulls-Celtics Game 5 on the newest edition of the Bulls Talk Podcast.
Mark Schanowski, Kendall Gill and Kevin Anderson preview the huge game in Boston and also break down the adjustments Fred Hoiberg needs to make. Later, they discuss what to expect from Isaiah Canaan and what to make of Derrick Rose and Jerry Reinsdorf chumming it up after the Game 4.
Finally, the guys hear from Jimmy Butler on the team's confidence.
Listen to the Bulls Talk Podcast below.
Derrick Rose was back in familiar territory on Sunday.
The former Bulls All-Star sat courtside with his son P.J. at the United Center to watch his former team take on the Boston Celtics in Game 4, despite arriving fashionably late at halftime.
Rose was shown on the big screen during a TV timeout, and received a standing ovation from the Chicago faithful:
If only he could suit up with Rajon Rondo out.
Jimmy gets Buckets, and Bulls fans get his jersey.
The Bulls superstar ranked 8th on the list of top NBA selling jerseys this season, the league announced Tuesday. It's the second time Butler has appeared on the list, up from No. 10 last season.
Dwyane Wade also made a splash this offseason when he left Miami after 13 seasons to join the hometown Bulls. Fans responded by making him the 11th top-selling jersey in the league.
The same happened for former Bulls point guard Derrick Rose, who slotted in at No. 12 after being traded to the Knicks this offseason.
The Knicks (Rose, Kristaps Porzingis) and Warriors (Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson) were the only other teams with multiple players on the top-15 list.
1. Stephen Curry, Golden State
2. LeBron James, Cleveland
3. Kevin Durant, Golden State
4. Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City
5. Kyrie Irving, Cleveland
6. Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio
7. Kristaps Porzingis, New York
8. Jimmy Butler, Chicago
9. Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee
10. James Harden, Houston
11. Dwyane Wade, Chicago
12. Derrick Rose, New York
13. Klay Thompson, Golden State
14. Isaiah Thomas, Boston
15. Damian Lillard, Portland
The Bulls also finished third in the NBA among most popular team merchandise, finishing behind last year's NBA finals participants in Golden State and Cleveland.