As Kirk Hinrich stepped to the free throw line with 2.4 seconds remaining and the Bulls down two, he had just one thing on his mind:
In a game of wild swings and multiple tussles, the Bulls dug themselves out of a big first-quarter hole and built their own second-half edge, only to see the Wizards fight back, the game go into a
Don't mess with Kirk Hinrich.
The Bulls' scrappy point guard has no hesitation getting into scuffles with opposing players, as Rajon Rondo can attest to.
Knowing how much he disdains individual attention outside of a team concept—contrasting with his outgoing personality — it was predictable that Joakim Noah tried to deflect praise for his NB
The first-round matchup between the Bulls and Wizards pitted two of the NBA's best defensive teams against one another.