Chicago Bulls Make It Five Straight…Losses

March 9th, 2010 by Christopher Murphy Leave a reply »
And the Chicago Bulls are officially out of the of now.

With a Bulls' loss to the Utah Jazz Tuesday night and a Charlotte Bobcats' win over the Miami Heat, the Bulls have now fallen to the ninth seed, a half game behind both the Bobcats and the Heat and a game under .500.

Currently, nothing is going right for the Bulls.

The team has given up 100 or more points in eight straight games including 115 points per game during the five-game losing streak.

Also during the five-game losing streak, the Bulls have given up nearly 50 points per game in the paint and have been out-rebounded by 40.

The defense down low is simply not stopping anyone with Taj Gibson and Brad Miller.

Miller is far too soft to play the minutes he is being forced to play and the rookie Gibson cannot be expected to do all the rebounding and grunt defensive work.

Hakim Warrick can give you some work down low, but his body is not meant to be knocked around.

Chris Richard and James Johnson have the bodies to work down low defensively and on the glass, but are a complete crutch offensively. With the Bulls having ...

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