Editor in Chief
Avi Saini (@AvikarSaini) was born and raised a Chicago Bulls fan in central California Having been mocked for liking the Chicago Bulls rather than the Los Angeles Lakers like everyone else in the region did/does Avi decided to become a hipster before it was cool by rooting for sports teams from around the country. Avi can be found on Twitter either discussing one of many sports or with his head in the clouds proposing yet another pipe-dream trade for the Chicago Bulls.
Caleb Nordgren (@chisportsguy41)is a loyal Chicagoan, a journalism student at Michigan State, and has been writing about the Bulls since December 2011. He was previously the editor at Fansided’s Pippen Aint Easy, is a contributor at Hardwood Paroxysm, and loves Jimmy Butler more than words can say. Oh, and that Derrick Rose guy. He’s cool too.
Braedan Ritter (@BullsbytheHorns) was brought onto Bulls by the Horns by site founder Matt McHale for the 2010-2011 season and has been with the site ever since.. He misses Nate Robinson, prefers short bios and hates writing in the third person.
Brian Schroeder (@Cosmis) holds the unique distinction of being old to have seen Michael Jordan play but not old enough to be a Bulls fan during it. He became a Bulls fan in 2001 and has suffered through all the Marcus Fizers, Jay Williamses and Tyrus Thomases (*sheds single tear*) to bring his particular form of hyper-pessimism to you. Brian’s other work can be found over at Hardwood Paroxysm. Sometimes in one year might become Bull forever.
Eric Nehm (@Eric_Nehm) is a League Pass junkie and graduate student attempting to spread himself as thin as humanly possible. That’s why you can find his work here. His interests include radio broadcasting, long-form writing, and terrible jokes/puns.
Kelly Scaletta (@KellyScaletta) is former amateur blogger turned paid Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. When he’s not actually writing an article, he’s probably playing with a spreadsheet and/or watching a game. His conversion to being a Bulls fan came the day he moved to Chicago. Literally, as he disembarked from the plane, thinking, “At last my hometown team is a good,” Phil Jackson was having a press conference announcing his retirement.
Kevin Ferrigan (@NbaCouchside)is a lifelong NBA fan, advanced stat aficionado, and a lawyer during his day-to-day hours (get your lawyer jokes in here, he’ll wait. Okay, let’s move on). Kevin also has an irrational distaste for the Bulls’ Kirk Hinrich and a totally rational man-crush on Joakim Noah. Check out more from Kevin at NBA Couchside and Hickory-High.
Peter Owen (@PeterOwen00) is a Bulls fan from across the pond. He joined Bulls By The Horns in 2013 after a brief stint as a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He also writes for Fansided.com.
Trenton Jocz (@TrentonJocz) is a lifelong Bulls fan living in Kent, Washington. He can be found tweeting about practically anything, but mostly the Bulls, the NBA in general, Rafael Nadal, how awesome AJ Green is, how terrible Andy Dalton is, debating in favor of paying college athletes, or whatever he’s watching on Netflix. RIP Seattle SuperSonics.
Trey Adell (@TreyAdell) lives in Portland, Maine. He’s an avid fan of pick-and-rolls and three pointers. You can find his additional writings about the Boston Celtics over at Fansided’s Hardwoodhoudini. In addition to his writing, you can find his ramblings on his Twitter account.
Anthony Bain (@AnthonyBain) is the Michael Jordan of himself, photoshop extraordinaire, and the man behind the design and functionality of Bulls by the Horns. Growing up in Chicago, Anthony idolized MJ but unfortunately never became him. He has worked on several sports marketing campaigns including NBA on ESPN and the Chicago Cubs. His interests include nudi branches, horseradish, and Mortimer Snerd.