Chicago Bulls: Working Together for One Goal…the W

April 23rd, 2010 by Josh Herman Leave a reply »
When a team has a roller coaster season like the one the Chicago Bulls had this season, consistency is usually what is lacking. For this team, however, there has always been one constant: effort.

You can chalk it up to their youth or to Joakim Noah's win-at-all-cost attitude, but whatever it is, it's giving a national audience (and certain big names that'll be looking for a new home come next season) a reason to like this team.

The Bulls could've easily called off this season after a 1-5 circus trip.

They could've mailed it in when teammates were being traded for players that were valued more for expiring contracts than talent.

They could've called it quits when they were six games under .500 with less than a month to play.

And they could've gotten an early start at the off season after going down 0-2 to the No. 1 seed Cavaliers.

But through it all, they've never given up.

"We stayed strong," said Noah following their Game Three win over the Cavs. "D-Rose played huge for us. It just feels really good to come out with a win right now."

That's the best asset of this Bulls team, their longing for the W.< ...

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