MJ's 63 in Boston Garden or Joakim Noah's thunderous dunk at the UC?
With the Bulls and Celtics set to face off in the first round of the playoffs starting Sunday, there's an excuse to look back on some memorable plays from previous Bulls-Celtics playoff meetings. There are plenty of good choices.
There's the 63 points Michael Jordan scored in Boston in 1986, which is one of the best individual performances in NBA Playoff history.
There's Noah's steal and dunk to seal Game 6 of the wild first round series in 2009, which featured four overtime games and seven total overtime periods.
There's the 36 points Derrick Rose scored in Game 1 of that series, which was his first playoff game.
There's also the fight between Kirk Hinrich and current Bull Rajon Rondo.
Watch the video above to see these moments.
The Chicago Bulls will introduce Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and Lauri Markkanen today, and you can watch on CSN or live stream at CSNChicago.com/watchlive.
Tune in as coverage starts at 11 a.m. with players set to take the podium.
The trio was acquired in the Bulls' trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves. LaVine is rehabbing from a torn ACL, which cut his strong campaign short last season. Dunn is coming into his second season and was a player Gar/Pax thought highly of in last year's draft. Markkanen is a stretch-four that was drafted out of Arizona with the No. 7 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft.
Read more about the new Bulls in Mark Strotman's scouting report.
Who voted Gar Forman for the NBA's Executive of the Year award? That's the question on Bulls fans' minds late Monday.
As the Athletic's Sean Highkin tweeted, the Bulls general manager received one vote for the award, sparking speculation from Evanston to Evergreen Park.
670 The Score's Julie Dicaro had one theory:
While Locked on Fantasy podcast host believed it was Sam Presti, referencing the midseason Taj Gibson, Doug McDermott trade Gar/Pax made with the Oklahoma City Thunder:
ESPN's Adam Rittenberg went a third route:
Twitter stays savaging.