Atlanta Hawks vs. Chicago Bulls: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Chicago

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Atlanta Hawks vs. Chicago Bulls: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Chicago
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Booz is back.

It's hard to find many positives for the Atlanta Hawks in this 97-58 loss. They scored a franchise low (and second lowest in NBA history) 20 points in the first half, and they managed just five points in the second quarter.

The Chicago Bulls played well, but more than anything the game was just dreadful on Atlanta's part. The Hawks shot 29 percent from the floor, and it wasn't even all good Bulls defense which led to the futility.

John Jenkins of the Hawks shot an air ball that was about seven feet short of the rim. Devin Harris committed a body check flagrant foul on Kirk Hinrich in frustration that was even more inexcusable than Jenkins' pitiful attempt at a jump shot.

All that said, let's take a look at the Bulls' post game grades from a game they dominated from the eight minute mark of the first quarter onwards.

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