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Bulls Drop 7th Straight In 108-95 Loss To Miami

The Bulls were without their top three scorers with Rose (wrist), Deng (knee) and Noah (foot) all out with injuries against the Miami Heat. While Chicago did manage to keep the game somewhat competitive, it's not surprising that the Heat emerged victorious in 108-95 victory dropping the Bulls to 31-34, losers of seven in a row.

Chicago will have a couple of days off before their next game against the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday but something tells me that will not be enough time to heal the team's walking wounded. To add insult on top of injury, Kirk Heinrich was assessed a one-game suspension for making contact with a referee while questioning a call late in the game against Miami.

With potentially four players out against Memphis, the Bulls may be in danger of dropping their 8th straight game and falling even further from the playoff radar as they already trail the Bobcats by two full games with only only 17 games remaining in the season. Head coach Vinny Del Negro has stated that the team needs to keep fighting and try to find ways to win games. However, it doesn't appear that their roster is built to win many games when key players are out with injuries. Even if the Bulls do manage to get all of their players back before the end of the season, it may too late for them to make a playoff push.

James Tillman III




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