Sixers vs. Bulls: Game 2 Highlights, Twitter Reaction and Analysis

May 1st, 2012 by Josh Martin Leave a reply »
No Derrick Rose? No problem...for the Philadelphia 76ers, that is.

The Chicago Bulls struggled without their best player and reigning NBA MVP in a 109-92 Game 2 loss to the Sixers at the United Center on Tuesday. The Bulls struggled to create opportunities on offense without Rose's deft touch on the ball, suffering through a stretch of 11 consecutive misses between the third and the fourth quarters.

On the other end, Chicago was helpless in stopping Philly's athletic, guard-oriented attack, which connected on 59 percent of its shots from the field against one of the league's stingiest defenses.

The Bulls had better get their act together in a hurry, now that the Sixers have evened the score at 1-1 and will own home-court advantage, as the series turns to the City of Brotherly Love on Friday. The Sixers don't seem to care that the Bulls went 18-9 without Rose during the regular season and have plenty of confidence on which to draw after a commanding road victory.


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