Josh Smith


The Bulls faced one of the most athletic teams in the NBA Wednesday, but it was Mike Dunleavy who pulled off arguably the most dazzling play of the night.


The Bulls enter Wednesday's action as the league's lowest scoring offense, averaging just 93.1 points per game, and on the heels of an 80-point outing in a loss to the Nets on Monday.


The Bulls have just two games remaining before the All-Star Break, and first up is a home meeting with All-Star reserve Paul Millsap and the Atlanta Hawks.


It wasn’t exactly a Wally Pipp scenario—baseball’s New York Yankees first baseman who famously missed a game due to illness and was replaced by Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig, never to regain his spot—b