Posts Tagged With: Chicago Bulls

Bulls Ground Hawks, Series Tied at 1 Game

It is extremely hard to win a basketball game when you are out rebounded by 19, only make 33.8% of your shots, and you allow 14 extra possessions by way of the offensive rebound… Just ask the Atlanta Hawks. Much credit given to the Chicago Bulls defense, which stifled the Hawks offense all game long. In game 2 the Hawks were forced to settle for outside jump shots and unlike game 1, they didn’t make many. The Hawks only hit 13 of  50 shots from outside of 5 feet (26%).  Continue reading

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Eastern Conference Playoff Preview: Bulls-Pacers

As you’d expect, the Bulls won the season series between the two teams pretty handily (3-1).

The Pacers lone win came in an overtime thriller the the Bulls played short handed without headlined acquisition Carlos Boozer and Derrick Rose, who fouled out in the final minute and a half with 42 points.

The Pacers are young and have showed signs of life this season that should give  Pacer fans hope for the years to come, but dont expect an upset this post season. Continue reading

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