NBA Playoffs 2011: 10 Steps for Bulls to Ensure a Game 4 Victory over Heat

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NBA Playoffs 2011: 10 Steps for Bulls to Ensure a Game 4 Victory over Heat
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Derrick Rose looked frustrated. Carlos Boozer played well, but spoke softly and sadly after the game. Joakim Noah got so upset he’s going to be fined six figures for it.

In other words, Game 3 didn’t go so well for the Chicago Bulls.

All hope is not lost, despite the looming suspicion that the Bulls don’t have the offensive firepower to match the Miami Heat. Yes, O.J. Mayo seems very tempting right about now, but Chicago fans need to remember that a Game 4 win will tie the series and make it a best-of-three.

With that said, Tom Thibodeau can’t expect his team to just do what it did in Game 3, only better. Adjustments must be made. Scoring more points than the Heat is obviously the ultimate goal, but as these past two games have shown, that’s easier said than done against LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.

What to do, what to do? Here are 10 things the Bulls should at least consider trying in their must-win showdown with the Heat.

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