3 Reasons Chicago Bulls Won't Win NBA Title in 2012

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3 Reasons Chicago Bulls Won't Win NBA Title in 2012
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The Chicago Bulls currently hold the NBA's best record at 42-13 and hold a two-and-a-half game lead over the Miami Heat for first place in the Eastern Conference.

Their reigning MVP and starting point guard, Derrick Rose, has been out the last 11 games due to a groin injury, but could make his return in the Bull's next game against the Boston Celtics.

John Lucas and C.J. Watson have been producing at the point guard position during Rose's absence, earning the Bulls a 7-4 record.

Although the Bulls should be expecting their MVP point guard back in the starting lineup, the Bulls still have a lot of work to do.

Here is a list of three reasons why the Bulls won't win the 2012 NBA title.

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