The NBA’s post-season party officially begins on Saturday with 4 games, including 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.
The Bulls’ tenuous hold on the second seed in the East loosened Sunday, as they fell to fourth place in the wake of their 116-105 loss to the San Antonio Spurs at the AT&T Center.
With nobody ahead of him after doing his defensive work early against Nikola Mirotic, Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard’s steal and dunk was a recurring theme Sunday at the AT&T
Prior to Sunday afternoon’s tilt against the Bulls, Clippers center DeAndre Jordan told his teammates he wanted to defend All-Star Pau Gasol on his own. No double teams. No help defense.