Bulls Outsiders Podcast: Special guest comedian and South Side creator Bashir Salahuddin




 

On this edition of the Bulls Outsiders podcast, comedian, actor, and South Side creator Bashir Salahuddin joins Matt Peck, Dave Watson, and John Sabine.

0:40 Why Bashir loves Bill Cartwright and Cliff Levingston despite how South Side treats them

1:30 Bashir on the decision to pursue theater instead of med school

3:20 On the shows he did while attending Whitney Young including Les Mis getting shut down

5:15 Bashir on his dream to work in a theater more and why he loves acting

6:20 On the impact South Side has had and the importance of staying authentic to Chicago

9:50 Bashir on the reactions from friends in Chicago and how they all want to be in the show

11:25 Bashir on the many Bulls references in South Side and support from the other writers

14:15 On the neighborhood identity people from Chicago have

15:45 Bashir on his favorite Bulls moment of all-time, watching Jordan play in-person for the first time

19:40 Bashir on people in LA trying to argue that Kobe is better than Jordan

21:15 Bashir on writing a movie about Jordan and Pippen spending a night in New York before a playoff game

22:15 On his other favorite Bulls players including Luol Deng

23:20 On meeting Coby White at a White Sox game

24:50 If he thinks the Bulls will make the playoffs next season

28:10 On South Side getting picked up for a second season

29:30 On why making South Side is very special to him

Listen to the full podcast here or via the embedded player:

Bulls Outsiders Podcast: Special guest comedian and South Side creator Bashir Salahuddin originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

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