NBA Playoffs 2011: Chicago Bulls Offense Needs to Make 5 Adjustments

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NBA Playoffs 2011: Chicago Bulls Offense Needs to Make 5 Adjustments
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In the aftermath of Miami's punishing victory in Game 3, there are a few reactions that seem to dominate most observers' opinions. The Heat have been more aggressive, the Bulls have no answer for Chris Bosh and Derrick Rose and his teammates need to get their shots to fall.

None of these assessments are inaccurate, but the most pivotal factor in the Bulls' struggle to beat the Heat is being almost completely overlooked.

The Bulls' offense is terrible.

The answer may be different players, or the addition of at least one other deadly scorer, but that speculation is pointless until the offseason. The question is, "what can the Bulls do differently on offense if they are going to win this series, or even push it past five games?"

The answer isn't sexy or controversial. The Bulls just have to play better fundamental basketball. Let's take a look at five ways that could happen.

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