Chicago Bulls vs. OKC Thunder: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Chicago

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Chicago Bulls vs. OKC Thunder: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Chicago
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The Chicago Bulls apparently forgot to bring their offense with them to face the Oklahoma City Thunder, and the result was a brutal 102-72 drubbing in OKC.

The Bulls shot a season-low 29 percent from the floor and had just two players, Luol Deng and Nate Robinson, crack double figures. Combined with a minus-eight deficit on the boards and 17 turnovers, Chicago was essentially buried by halftime.

Nate Robinson failed as a facilitator and the frontcourt trio of Taj Gibson, Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah combined to make just five of their combined 25 field-goal attempts.

The loss was Chicago's seventh in its last 11 games, and it was an ugly one.

With Derrick Rose seen warming up (and dunking) in a pregame workout, his possible return represents a faint ray of hope in an otherwise totally depressing showing.

Brace yourselves, folks, the grades are going to be harsh.

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