The low 19-21-year-old Chicago Bulls are below .500, leading the No. 11 Washington Wizards by two games and barely clinging to the team’s range in the NBA’s play-in tournament in the ninth slot of the Eastern Conference. , they also happen. Currently holding the league’s best record in either conference, he is one of the few teams in the league to beat the mighty Boston Celtics with a 28-12 record.
and the bulls did it TwiceSo — what is it about this ballclub that makes it such a tough matchup for Boston? Should we expect a similar level of difficulty in the two teams’ third meeting of the season? Was Boston addressing early season issues in the previous two meetings?
Could Chicago’s battered roster be a factor in future trends? And if the Bulls’ situation continues sideways, there are some players on Chicago’s roster that the Celtics may be able to crack open. would there be
On a recent episode of CLNS Media’s “Celtics Lab” podcast, the show host connected with USA TODAY’s Bulls Wire editor Michael Mulford to discuss the impending matchup between Boston and Chicago.
Watch the clip embedded above to hear what to expect in the Celtics’ third attempt to get past their ostensibly weaker opponents.
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