After Game One of the Eastern Conference semifinals match-up between the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat there were some that were wondering if the Bulls actually had a shot at upsetting the defending world champs.
In Game Two LeBron James and company answered that question with an emphatic NO!
This game looked like what you would expect from a team as ridiculously talented as the Heat are. Six players in double figures; an incredible amount of teamwork (29 assists on 42 made shots), 60 percent shooting, 50 percent from behind the arc, and a stifling defensive effort that saw them hold the Bulls to 35.1 percent shooting.
At one point in the first half it was actually a good game. With just under four minutes to go in the first the score was 42-38, but that was before a 13-3 run opened the game up.
Then the second half happened and it got ugly--like a 62-20 run kind of ugly. The 37-point defeat (final score was 115-78) is the worst the Bulls have ever endured in the post...