A visit from the winless Utah Jazz might be what the struggling Chicago Bulls need to get back on track.
Looking to avoid a third straight defeat, the Bulls try for a sixth consecutive victory over the Jazz on Friday night.
Even with Derrick Rose back from missing last season with a knee injury, Chicago (1-3) has yet to find a rhythm. The Bulls' only victory came by one point over New York on a late shot by Rose. They blew a 15-point halftime lead in a 107-104 loss at Philadelphia on Saturday, then were on the wrong end of a 12-2 fourth-quarter run during Wednesday's 97-80 loss at Indiana.
Chicago is averaging 90.3 points on 41.2 percent shooting and giving up 98.0 per game while mired in its worst start since going 1-6 in 2007-08. The Bulls didn't allow more than 92.9 points per contest in each of the previous three seasons under coach Tom Thibodeau.
"Everything has to get fixed," guard Kirk Hinrich told the Bulls' official website. "We're not getting any stops on defense and w...