The Bulls have been on quite the roller coaster lately, but since the new year, the team has found some rhythm, going on to defeat the Orlando Magic and Miami Heat.
While the Heat has had success using a strategy that features a smaller, quicker lineup to get them into a transition game, the Bulls have a formula of their own and it proved successful in Friday night's win.
Carlos Boozer put up Herculean numbers against the Heat on Friday in the Bulls big win in Miami. His teammates recognized the contribution as Boozer showed a glimpse of what his detractors have expected of him.
Carlos Boozer was clutch for the Bulls, scoring 27 points as Chicago downed LeBron James and the Heat in Miami Friday night.
LeBron James scored 30 points, but Carlos Boozer booked 27 points and 12 huge rebounds in a 96-89 victory over the Heat on Friday nigh in Miami.Boozer's night should silence critics Bulls come up big vs. 'small' lineup
As NBA All-Star voting nears its end, Insider Aggrey Sam takes a look at guys who could be voted to the All-Star game from each conference, including a pair of Bulls.
The Bulls may be without Derrick Rose at the moment, but LeBron James and the defending-champion Heat aren't looking past them tonight.
The Bulls have reportedly signed Daequan Cook, bulking up their wing players as the 25-year-old three-point specialist cleared waivers Friday evening.
Luol Deng and Joakim Noah, who have stepped up big in Derrick Rose's absence, are among the Top 15 vote-getters in the Eastern Conference, but neither player figures to be named an All-Star starter.
The state line won't show it, but the roles that Richard Hamilton and Kirk Hinrich played against Orlando proved crucial in Wednesday's victory.