Chicago Bulls: 5 Observations After a Win over the Washington Wizards

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Chicago Bulls: 5 Observations After a Win over the Washington Wizards
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The Chicago Bulls finished off the Washington Wizards, 98-88, in a relatively quiet game earlier tonight.

The Wizards did battle back late, but while they made some traction, the Bulls managed to string together plays which made sure the outcome was never in doubt.

After the emotional drain of Sunday's matchup between the Bulls and Heat, this game proved to be a mellow one.

The Bulls are in contention for a championship title. The Wizards, even after drafting star point guard John Wall with the first overall pick in the 2010 draft, are still rebuilding. They're the NBA basement-dwellers.

Interim head coach, Randy Wittman, seems to have made some strides with this young Wizards' roster. They didn't roll over, attempting a couple comebacks instead, but the Bulls managed to execute, coming away with the win.

Here are my five observations from the game.

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