Unsurprisingly, both Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau and Washington counterpart Randy Wittman downplayed the suspension of Wizards’ big man Nene for Sunday afternoon’s Game 4 at the Verizon C
WASHINGTON—Jimmy Butler had to tell the truth.
After playing all 53 minutes of Game 2’s overtime loss to the Wizards back in Chicago, the Bulls swingman feels tired, a natural response.
Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal just gave Chicago Bulls fans a little bit of bulletin board material heading into Game 2.
DEERFIELD, Ill.—Offense wasn’t necessarily the Bulls’ biggest issue in Sunday’s 102-93 loss to the Wizards in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.
The Washington Wizards will begin a seven-game set against the Bulls on Sunday (you can check