Posts tagged "analysis"
This Bulls team has been winning some ugly games. Games where they haven’t particularly played well. Games they could have possibly lost, but games they’ve largely ended up winning. They performed well without Carlos Boozer to open the season, and they’re accumulating wins so far without Joakim Noah. There are times we want more, pretty... Read more »
The new schedule is up, and most of you have seen it already, at least those who are concerned about analyzing schedules have. So what does the new schedule bring this year? The Bulls lead the league in back to backs with 23, or so I read elsewhere, as I didn’t manually go around... Read more »
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