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Grading Every Chicago Bulls Players' 1st-Round Performance So Far

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Grading Every Chicago Bulls Players' 1st-Round Performance So Far
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The frontcourt duo of Joakim Noah and Carlos Boozer have played well for the Chicago Bulls.

The Chicago Bulls have put together an impressive postseason, holding a 3-2 lead in their first-round series with the Brooklyn Nets. Now it’s time to evaluate every player who has touched the floor, thus far.  

Playing without the injured Derrick Rose—just like they did for the entire regular season—the Bulls are just one win away from a second-round playoff date with LeBron James and the Miami Heat.

It’s obvious that Chicago doesn’t need the services of D-Rose to get past Brooklyn. The likes of Carlos Boozer, Nate Robinson, Luol Deng and Joakim Noah are getting the job done. And don’t forget about key role players such as Kirk Hinrich, Jimmy Butler and Taj Gibson.

Here are postseason grades for the Bulls—even those guys who’ve only received a miniscule amount of playing time.   

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