Chicago Bulls: Reviewing Derrick Rose and the Point Guards

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Chicago Bulls: Reviewing Derrick Rose and the Point Guards
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Lucas and Rose

As a unit, the Bulls' point guards have put up some impressive stats this season.

Logging 25.5 points per game, the Bulls' point guards are second only to the Oklahoma City Thunder.  They boast the fifth-best three-point percentage at .368 and have the seventh-most free-throw attempts per game.

Defensively, the Chicago Bulls have held opposing point guards to 18.1 points per game, fourth least in the NBA.  Opposing point guards are held to the fifth-lowest shooting percentage of .407 and the fourth-lowest assists number of 7.7 per game.

What makes these stats amazing is that this has been accomplished with their MVP point guard missing almost half the season and their backup point guard missing almost a quarter of the season.  Despite utilizing their third- and fourth-string point guards heavily, the Bulls' point guards are still one of the best statistical squads in the NBA.  If the Bulls can keep this squad together, there won't be many questions at this position in the near future.

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