The Chicago Bulls had the opportunity to take control of their Eastern Conference semifinal series with Atlanta Hawks in Game 4, but a late Hawks run tied the series at two games apiece.
The Chicago Bulls lost to the Atlanta Hawks 100-88 on Sunday, leaving the series tied at 2-2 and heading to at least six games. But more concerning than the loss, might be the way the Chicago played down the stretch.
Through 57 games this season, the Chicago Bulls haven’t lost three in a row, head coach Tom Thibodeau’s coaching philosophy has to be given much of the credit for this.
The Chicago Bulls picked up a big statement win on Thursday night by beating the Miami Heat 93-89. But after one of the biggest wins of the season the Bulls are still grounded by the philosophy of their head coach.
On Wednesday, Joakim Noah will make his return to the Chicago Bulls lineup after missing 30 games due to hand surgery. We’ve already discussed how he will help the team offensively, but he’ll be a big boost defensively as well.
Derrick Rose led all scorers with 29 points in the Chicago Bulls’ 91-86 win over the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night. And it was a win that the Bulls definitely needed.
Derrick Rose has been a human highlight reel so far this season. The third-year point guard has raised his game to an MVP-caliber level, and brought the Chicago Bulls along with him.