Issues the Chicago Bulls Must Correct Before the NBA Playoffs

March 24th, 2016 by Kelly Scaletta Leave a reply »

The Chicago Bulls have a lot of problems, which is why they’re currently sitting in ninth in the East, looking up at the playoffs.

Not all of these wrong things are fixable. But some are, and if the Bulls can rectify those things, then maybe they can make some noise once the games really matter.

That, of course, is provided they’re actually in the playoffs—and that destiny is very much in their own hands. They have remaining games against several Eastern Conference playoff teams, including one at the Indiana Pacers on March 29 and a home game against the Detroit Pistons on April 2.

If they don’t win those two, then they will be fishing the day after the season ends.

Some—such as Today's Fastbreak's Morten Jensen—might argue that’s the best thing, but that’s a discussion for another day. For now, we’ll look at the things the Bulls can do to make the playoffs this year and kick up some dust once they get there.


1. Get Doug McDermott the Ball

If there is a bright spot regarding the Bulls' recent play, i ...

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