Chicago Bulls: 5 Reasons the Team Is Built for an Uptempo Offensive Attack

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Chicago Bulls: 5 Reasons the Team Is Built for an Uptempo Offensive Attack
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The Chicago Bulls are off to the best start in franchise history since the championship era.

Their 13 wins are the best in the league.

They are undefeated at home (6-0) and have played 10 games already this season on the road (7-3).

While things look good I think they could be better.

I'm not talking about the struggles of Carlos Boozer or Joakim Noah. What I am talking about is how coach Tom Thibodeau could improve this team.

While MVP Derrick Rose has been out of the lineup we have seen how bad the half-court offense can be for this team. The Bulls have a stellar defense but their offense is just middle of the road.

The 95 points they score a night is 14th in the league. While their point differential is second in the league, look at how the 76ers are playing good defense and combining it with offense better suited to their players.

Because of this I think they would be better served running an up-tempo offense much more and here is why.

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