Charlotte Bobcats vs. Chicago Bulls: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Chicago

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Charlotte Bobcats vs. Chicago Bulls: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Chicago
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The Chicago Bulls got the opportunity to give the Charlotte Bobcats a winless December, but their offense was too weak throughout the game to give them the win in this one, losing 91-81.

Charlotte finished off the month 1-15, winning for the first time in 19 tries.

This isn't one of those games where Chicago can go home and pat themselves on the back for giving it their all. They should have won this game.

Any loss to a 7-23 team is bad enough, but when that team has lost 18 straight basketball games and has looked totally and completely inept in the majority of them, it's especially bad.

If the Bulls want to take something away from this game, just accept that it's one game closer to getting Derrick Rose back, which should end up giving their offense a much-needed jolt.

If they were only able to score 81 points on the worst defensive team in the league, one that gave up 100 points or more in 17 of their past 20 games, then there's something definitely missing on offense.

Let's take a look at how the team did individually and try to pinpoint what led to this ugly loss.

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