What’s ugly and stagnant, slow as Chicago traffic in the middle of the day and painful to watch?
That’s right, the Bulls offense.
When the Eastern Conference playoff matchups were finalized two weeks ago, a quick glance at the bracket showed an appetizing potential second round matchup between LeBron James's Cleveland Cavali
O.J. Mayo heard the chants loud and clear. But don't expect him to change his attitude.
Perhaps the flukish way the Bulls lost Game 4 wasn’t enough to motivate them to approaching Game 5 with the appropriate focus and downright fear the playoffs require.
Joakim Noah walked up the sideline, yelling to himself as he headed to the bench, unable to figure out why the Milwaukee Bucks were methodically pulling away in a game that on paper should’ve been