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NBA Playoffs 2011: Five Ways the Chicago Bulls Still Win the Eastern Conference
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What a difference a week makes. Last Sunday, the Chicago Bulls handily took game one of the Eastern Conference finals over the Miami Heat, 103-82. Now, one week later, the Bulls find themselves reeling, down 2-1 in the series after back-to-back double-digit defeats.

For the first time, the Heat are finally playing up to their potential. The Big Three has been exactly that

Chris Bosh’s 34 point performance last night silenced all of his critics and showed just how dominant Miami can be.

Miami has all of the momentum. The Big Three have played up to their potential, the likes of Joel Anthony and Udonis Haslem have made key contributions, and they have locked down Chicago’s offense with stifling defense.

The Bulls are down, by they are by no means out. Undoubtedly, adjustments need to be made. If anyone in the NBA could come back and knock off the Heat, it’s these Bulls.

Here’s five ways they can keep their season alive and win this series.

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