Though they wouldn't admit wanting to send a message, the Milwaukee Bucks proved in Game 2 they won't be backing down from the Bulls.
The Bulls enter the 2015 NBA Playoffs as the No. 3 seed in the East and, at 50-32, are tied for the ninth best record in the NBA.
As the Bulls and Toronto Raptors jockeyed for playoff position over the regular season’s final month, the general thought was that the loser of that battle — thus earning the No.
NASHVILLE — Brad Richards talked of the “second season,” as it were, that time of year that reignites the spark that can sometimes flicker in a draggy, 82-game season.
Joakim Noah, unofficial team spokesman for the pulse of the Bulls locker room, swears they don't care where they're seeded in the playoffs.