The worst nightmare and greatest feeling of optimism for the Bulls was on full display in Game 2 against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Consider the imagery.
On the anniversary of Michael Jordan's 63 point performance against the Indiana Pacers in the playoffs, Jimmy Butler had his own special performance for the Bulls.
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.
Jimmy Butler motioned for a posting Nikola Mirotic to get out of the way, giving the appearance he was headed to the basket when in reality, he just wanted a better view of the basket.
While Tom Thibodeau wouldn’t agree with the assessment that this year’s offense is better than the team he coached four years ago, he acknowledges he can make modifications to the team’s offensive