The Bulls offense stumbled into a victory late Monday night in Indiana.
It didn’t get much better Tuesday at home.
By Manny Randhawa
Contributor to CSNChicago.com
INDIANAPOLIS – That was close.
The Bulls took Thursday’s Kobe Bryant-less Christmas affair not because the Lakers were without their star, but because Chicago has stabilized its roster with several of their own.
Mike Dunleavy knows all too well the difference Carmelo Anthony could have made in Chicago, but sometimes less is more and can yield the same results.
The Bulls finally showed some signs of fatigue in their 15th road game of the season, missing a few easy looks and not being able to close the gap in the fourth quarter of a 93-86 loss to the Atla