Chicago Bulls vs. Orlando Magic: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Chicago

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Chicago Bulls vs. Orlando Magic: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Chicago
Douglas Jones-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Bulls still have something to play for this regular season, and that will to win was on display in their 102-84 thumping of the Orlando Magic

The Bulls righted the ship after two straight losses dropped them into the No. 6 spot in the Eastern Conference. With another win in their season finale, there is still a chance they can climb into the No. 5 slot. 

Chicago started integrating some of their injured players back into the fold against Orlando, with Joakim Noah, Taj Gibson and Richard Hamilton all active and in the second unit. 

It wouldn't take much more than their current starters to get the job done anyway, as Carlos Boozer's 22 points and six boards led the way. He was joined in the frontcourt by Luol Deng's 18 points and eight assists, as the Bulls cruised to victory No. 44 on the season.

Nikola Vucevic continued to prove himself an NBA star at the center position, with 17 points and 14 rebounds, but the Magic are too decimated by injuries to be much of a threat to playoff teams. 

With one game remaining against the Washington Wizards on April 17, the Bulls are gearing up for a postseason run.

Let's hit the Bleacher Report classroom and see how they graded out in this win.

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