Heading into the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves on the night of April 11, the Chicago Bulls looked poised to come away with an easy win. Playing against the worst team in the NBA doesn’t guarantee victory for the new-look Bulls team.
Sunday night basketball gives us the Chicago Bulls taking on the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Target Center in Minneapolis. While the Timberwolves find themselves at the bottom of the standings this game means a lot for their opponents.
Just when it looked like first-year head coach Billy Donovan and the Chicago Bulls were starting to turn it all around at this point of the regular season, they fell short in agonizing fashion entering the weekend.
Trying to find positives after the Chicago Bulls blew another halftime lead has become who the Bulls are. These games show that this team still has a ways to go, yes some positives, but just another bad loss.
Zach LaVine had a terrific game on Friday night, dropping 50 points on the Atlanta Hawks, joining Michael Jordan with his magical performance. The Hawks eclipsed Zach’s game since they beat the Bulls, 120-108, but the player still earned a lot of praise for his big performance.
The Chicago Bulls were one of the biggest winners of the trade deadline a couple of weeks ago, as all of a sudden, they managed to land another All-Star for the Windy City; luring Nikola Vucevic away from the Orlando Magic.
The Chicago Bulls fell to the Atlanta Hawks on Friday night 120-108. For much of the first half, Bulls fans were feeling great about things. Zach LaVine was on an absolute tear offensively and the Bulls opened up a 13 point lead by the time halftime hit.
The Bulls have their eyes on making the postseason and some members within the front office believe trading for DeMar DeRozan before Thursday’s trade deadline will solidify their positioning, according to Bleacher Report’s Jake Fischer.