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.
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.
One game can make all the difference in the world between a lesson you needed to lear
Jimmy Butler scored 23 points in the first half, but his best play of the first 24 minutes may have been on the defensive end.
Great teams’ waters are most still when the atmosphere is at the height of anarchy, and if the Bulls wanted to get pushed, the Milwaukee Bucks had no problem playing with reckless abandon for 58 m