Inexcusable: Nets 117, Bulls 111

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Inexcusable: Nets 117, Bulls 111

Chicago Bulls

Alright, I don’t really want to write words, so here’s how the Bulls game went through the lens of Twitter:

  • After a slow first quarter where the Bulls were once down 13 points, the team bounced back in dominant fashion during the second quarter.

  • Yay! Looks like the Bulls should have this Kyrie-Irving-less Nets team under control!

  • Cool. Cool. I’ll take that.

  • Another rough third, but you’re at home! Close it out!

  • Oh.

  • OH.

  • OH, COME ON. THE FORMER BULL!?

  • Same old, same old.

Overall, the Bulls had another game with brief positive stints, yet nothing to show for it. Lauri Markkanen looked a tad better with his first double-double of the season since the season-opener, while Zach LaVine dropped 36 points.

Still, even with two decent performances from the Bulls “stars” the team still only shot 35.3 percent from the field and 23.1 percent from downtown.

These players need to grab their cauldron to mix up their own winning formula because it doesn’t appear Jim Boylen can do it himself.

Teams keep handing the Bulls wins, but they keep handing them right back. We’ll get more into all of this later. For now, just try to enjoy your Saturday night.



Author: Elias Schuster

Elias Schuster is the Lead Bulls Writer at Bleacher Nation. You can follow him on Twitter @Schuster_Elias.