Series Might Be Tied, But Bulls Still Have ‘Advantages’
CHICAGO (WSCR) Game 1 and Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Chicago Bulls and the Miami Heat are polar opposites of each other. After taking the opening game by 21-points, the Bulls now head to Miami with the series all knotted up.
“Every game is it’s own entity,” K.C. Johnson, of the Chicago Tribune, said on the Mully and Hanley Show.
“It’s like, After Game 1 all the problems were answered, there was secondary scoring, they shared the ball, they rebounded, I mean, everything it great. OK, so the Heat beat them now. So what do you do, quit the series? I mean, you go down to Game 3 and you try to play better. I mean that’s what this is going to be. It’s going to be a tough tough grind.
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“I think this series is going to go seven games. I still think the Bulls are going to win becuase I think they have more depth and I think that they have, you know, massive massive advantages at some of Miami’s weaknesses: center, point guard and bench. Obviously [Udonis] Haslem had a great great game [Wednesday] night. I thought he was the difference maker in that third quarter and changed the momentum of the game…I just think that every game is going to be a struggle, and I don’t think people realize how good Miami’s defense was. I know the Bulls realized it, and you certainly saw that [Wednesday] night.”