Six Reasons the Milwaukee Bucks are Better than the Chicago Bulls

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Six Reasons the Milwaukee Bucks are Better than the Chicago Bulls

Ever since the Miami Heat organization pulled off the heist of the century, the media has tried to create possible deterrents to their title hopes.

Heading the list of possible giant killers is the Chicago Bulls—a team that finished eighth in the Eastern Conference seeding and has lost nine players from last year's team.

Like the Milwaukee Bucks, the Bulls have made serious roster upgrades. However, unlike the Bucks, the Bulls are not a very balanced team and still are in need of a backup center and players to fill the remaining two roster spots needed for a 12-man roster.

The Bulls will also enter the season with a first-year head coach. That is not the case for the Bucks who managed to finish sixth in the Eastern Conference under their current coach, Scott Skiles.

The so-called basketball analysis has somehow elevated a team which vaguely resembles the Utah Jazz to the head of the NBA pecking order.

Last I checked, Deron Williams is better than Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah isn’t an All-Star like Mehmet Okur.

Paul Millsap is a better player than Taj Gibson and Andrei Kirilenko has more impact on games than Luol Deng.

So please explain to me how a team not better than the Utah Jazz of last year is supposed to challenge any top three team in the East?

Call me crazy, but I don’t see them ranking any higher than seventh. Chicago's roster is poorly balanced and two of its top reserves play the same position.

The Chicago Bulls are not a better or deeper club than the Milwaukee Bucks, a team that will challenge for a top three or four seed this season. Here is some proof.

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