- May 21, 2011
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A bad night for the Warriors is a good night for me.
Teams like the Bulls are why I’m happy with waiting to pull the trigger on asset draining moves/overpaying good players to improve now. They have high level treadmill written all over them. What can they do to put themselves over the top?
Problem is the Nets will never be fully loaded every game with Cryrie not been vaccinated. That sorta throws home court advantage away in the playoffs!BUlls just got slapped around by the fully loaded Nets team.
I actually think the Bulls are really good but they don't have the firepower to deal with that team with all three of them playing. Neither does Milwaukee.
Neither does Golden State for that matter.
A team that flirts with winning but never really wins it all because they lack superstars. May even place really high in conference.Well they're the first seed right now soo.....
What's a high level treadmill team btw? Sorta an oxymoron.
they are definitely gonna be found among the top of the conference. do they have the star power at the top of the roster to go toe-to-toe with GSW, Suns, Nets, or Bucks? even if two of those teams suffer injuries, they still have another two badass teams to face for 7 games.
Tough sledding without superstars.
Definitely not a superstar better but I’d argue the Suns have a superior leader and a squad that just fits together perfectly.Who is the superstar on the Suns who is that much better than anyone on the Bulls?
Definitely not a superstar better but I’d argue the Suns have a superior leader and a squad that just fits together perfectly.
I like what the Bulls did actually and I enjoy the way they run their offense.
It will be interesting to watch guys like Ball & Lavine compete in big time games when that time comes where every possession is magnified…
I agree. I’m also on board with what they did.That might be the case - I was just responding to the point made by @Alec Zander that a team must have a "superstar" to be a legit threat. But if you can get around that with good leadership and fit, then the Bills at least deserve to be in the conversation regarding their leadership and fit.
I mean, I don’t disagree with this at all. I hope the bulls win a title this year if we can’t. We need teams like that. We need better parity and balancing of talent.It's ridiculous to fault the Bulls for successfully transforming their team and becoming one of the best teams in the league, just because they might not win a championship. It's like, is basketball even worth it if you don't rig the system to stack three first team all-NBA players on your squad?