5 Biggest Takeaways from Chicago Bulls' First Half of the Season

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5 Biggest Takeaways from Chicago Bulls' First Half of the Season
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It hasn't been a dream season, but the Bulls are making it work.

The Chicago Bulls’ 2013-14 season certainly hasn’t been what fans expected, but there are some reasons to celebrate.

Injuries have once again derailed the Bulls, and now a new era is imminent. Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah will remain a centerpiece, with Jimmy Butler and Taj Gibson carrying big roles.

There have also been some outstanding individual performances from Noah and Gibson, which should give the Bulls plenty of hope as they keep grinding through the season.

Chicago has shown that they aren’t going to roll over for anyone because their roster doesn’t stack up to others on paper. Tom Thibodeau won’t allow it and the players won’t either, and they've shown it with a 23-22 record and a possibility for a top-four seed.

It’s been a tough and ugly season, but like Thibodeau has said before, he doesn’t care about aesthetics.

So what can Bulls fans take away from the first half of the 2013-14 season?

 

Note: All stats courtesy of basketball-reference.com unless otherwise stated.

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