Bullsville Radio: Wil Cantrell from BrightSideOfTheSun.com

Bullsville Radio: Wil Cantrell from BrightSideOfTheSun.com

Bullsville Radio Episode 1

In the world premier of Bullsville Radio, I speak with Wil Cantrell from BrightSideOfTheSun.com about the Suns' slow start, the possibility of Steve Nash getting traded, and Marcin Gortat.

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  • Wil didn't think the Suns could beat the Bulls even if Rose doesn't play.

    I don't know if I would go that far, but they sure aren't the team they used to be- they have only scored more than 100 points four times in 12 games.

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