NBA Playoffs: Poor Rebounding Will Be the Bulls' Downfall

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NBA Playoffs: Poor Rebounding Will Be the Bulls' Downfall
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The Chicago Bulls stormed into the second round and stole Game 1 from the Miami Heat before losing two straight and falling down 2-1.

In the last two games, there has been something sticking out in the box score that is uncharacteristically hurting the Bulls.

Rebounds.

The Heat outrebounded the Bulls by 41-28 in the Game 2 blowout and outrebounded them again in Game 3, 39-37.

It's starting to become apparent that rebounding is the deciding factor in every game and in the series. The team that grabs the most rebounds by the end of the game tends to win. It's as simple as that.

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