Chicago Bulls: Don't Believe the Hype, the Miami Heat Can Be Beat
Chicago Bulls have plenty of reason to be optimistic
It’s amazing what a difference a month makes. What was once a tough matchup for the Heat is beginning to look like a cakewalk according some others in the media. The Bulls, who’s struggles have been exaggerated, seem to be facing an impossible task. Judging by the Heat’s excessive celebration after beating Boston, it’s clear that the Heat believe it as well.
But for the Bulls there is enough reason for optimism. First the struggles in the first two rounds were overblown and don’t equate to the way they matchup with the Heat. Each series is independent of the next.
Secondly the Bulls are able to rebound which is something that will give them opportunities for second chance points and points in the paint. The Heat, a good defensive team, don’t have the kind of rebounding firepower to compete with Chicago.
Since we are talking about plays inside let’s not forget that Boozer, who has been lifeless except for last game, owns Bosh underneath. If he can do what he wants with Bosh it could be curtains for the Heat.
The Bulls also have the best closer on the court in Derrick Rose. Wade will give the Bulls trouble if the game is tight, but if the Heat intend to go back to James in a close game they will regret it. One great game doesn’t make a closer.
The Bulls will have their hands full, but they are not facing an unstoppable force. They can beat the Heat, they’ve done it before.
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