2010 NBA Playoffs: Previewing a Potential Cavaliers-Bulls Series

April 12th, 2010 by Bob Evans Leave a reply »
With just one game left in the regular season for the Cleveland Cavaliers, it looks like their first round opponent will be the Chicago Bulls.

I don't want to jinx the Bulls, but with two games left in the regular season and a one game lead over the Toronto Raptors: it would take a lot for the Raptors to come back from the hole they put themselves in by losing to Chicago last night.

With that said, the Chicago Bulls do not create as much of a match-up nightmare for the Cleveland Cavaliers as the Toronto Raptors would have, but you cannot overlook this young and upcoming team in Chicago.

The Guards

Chicago lost a lot of it's scoring from the guards when Ben Gordon left for more money in Detroit this off-season.  However, they do have one of the NBA's brightest, young stars in Derrick Rose.  Rose will make life difficult on Mo Williams because of his quickness and ability to score from multiple points of attack on offense.

Kirk Hinrich is the seasoned veteran of the group, but will give up a major height advantage to the Cavaliers' Anthony Parker.  Look for the pairing of Parker vs Hinrich to be an underlying ...

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