DISCLAIMER: I don't want to be held accountable for jinxing the Chicago Bulls if they don't win it all. I just wanted to grab your attention. Hopefully, I was successful.
We are approximately 20 percent done with the NBA regular season and the Bulls hold an 13-3 record. It's not like they have been playing "cupcake" teams either, holding a 7-3 road record facing the likes of the L.A. Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, Orlando Magic and Boston Celtics.
There's no doubt about it, they have looked as impressive as anyone. But in this condensed, 66-game season, weird things can happen. Just ask the 1998-1999 New York Knicks who somehow snuck into the finals as the Eastern Conference eighth seed.
I don't want to say I'm concerned about this team. The players are extremely talented, they play great defense and they want to win. Let me reiterate that last part: they want to win. But nonetheless, I see things that could turn into potential flaws.
Jerry Reinsdorf, I'm not doing anything this summer if you're looking for interns and if you appreciate what I have to say.