Disguising offenses, defenses key
- It's been seven years since the Bulls have been in the playoffs.
Since Michael Jordan left the franchise, the team has not had one player in the All-Star Game.Bulls fans are some of the most knowledgeable and loyal. Finally, they are getting some reward for their patience.Skiles
After an 0-9 start, the Bulls have stampeded into the thick of the Central Division race. If the season ended today, they would own the Eastern Conference's No. 6 playoff seed.
Let's analyze what's changed in the past 37 games the Bulls are 23-14 in that stretch and try to forecast whether the Bulls finally will return to the postseason this spring.
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