The Chicago Bulls Beat The Best, And Lose To The Worst
The Chicago Bulls made some major moves in the offseason. They dealed a former MVP in Derrick Rise, let ex-defensive player of the year Joakim Noach walk in free agency and signed a future, aging Hall of Famer in Dwayne Wade. Even with all these changes, the Bulls still beat some of the best teams in the NBA, and lose to some of the worst ones. This phenomenon usually happens when they play back to back games.
It was a terrible night for the Bulls. While the Bucks looked hungry, the Bulls looked like they haven’t had breakfast yet. And then all the hell broke loose.
Wade managed to lead the Bulls with 12 points, which is still really bad, and you will never hear a Bull’s fan saying 12 points and Bulls in one sentence.
Wade said, “This team had our number the last two nights, obviously. We weren’t able to get anything going; we weren’t able to stop them from doing anything. They just had our number.”
The number is now 500, as they fell to 13-13 and behind the 13-12 with bucks. It was a shocking loss after giving up a 21-point lead and then the complete fiasco.
The Bulls have now lost six of eight.