Chicago Bulls NBA Breakdown: 7 Things We’ve Learned About Derrick Rose and Co.

December 4th, 2010 by Harrison Moore Leave a reply »
(This is continuing a series detailing each of the 30 teams in the NBA).

For the first time since John Stockton's desperation three pointer clanked off the rim in the waning seconds of the 1998 NBA Finals and Michael Jordan and the Bulls claimed their 6th NBA Championship, the Bulls are poised to make a splash in the post-season.

To all the Bulls' diehards out there, yes I remember the 2007 playoffs where you swept the defending champion Miami Heat who were coming apart at the seams anyway.

I also remember the over-hyped, albeit massively competitive series against the Celtics in 2008 when they were without their best player, Kevin Garnett.

Unlike the others, this current Bulls team has enough talent and potential to build upon so that they could realistically compete for the Larry O'Brien within the next couple of seasons. 

Don't expect the current 2010-11 season to be uneventful for this club though. 

The Bulls have already proven that they consider themselves to be contenders even if the world disagrees, and when a team plays with focus and attitude like that, the end result is always interesting. < ...

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