Chicago Bulls can't keep up with Rajo...

Chicago Bulls can't keep up with Rajon Rondo

There are 23 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Apr 23, 2009, titled Chicago Bulls can't keep up with Rajon Rondo. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Perhaps you're wondering how the Bulls could be so good in the first two playoff games in Boston and then come home to an adoring crowd and play so wretchedly.

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Nada Surf

Aurora, IL

#23 Apr 25, 2009
The Bulls are still going to win this series.
JDS

Marblehead, MA

#24 Apr 25, 2009
Ha, #22, really you're wayyy over confident. I wouldn't call the Celtics anhilation of the hawks in game 7 last year luck. The underrated thing about the Celtics is their toughness. They are battle tested through two full seasons and an intense playoff run. What they have in this playoffs that they lacked last year was experience with facing adversity. They can win on the road as they proved on Thursday. Ben Gordon and Rose proved they are good players that can have a great game, but in the end the Celtics are the superior TEAM, even without KG and Leon Powe. Any doubt the Celtics may have had is now long gone. Chicago won't win another game. It will be a pleasure to see the Bulls go home and reminisce about the MJ years.
Eddie

Britton, MI

#26 Apr 27, 2009
Garnett is getting a vacation, called playoff series with the bulls. The bulls told Deng to not try and come back from his broken leg too soon for this series, because they knew it was unlikely they would win it.

Now it may go 6 or 7, but it was over after game three, that was the tell. That was the Celtics trying and not just stringing this thing along to get some home games in for both teams and get a little cash.

Soon we'll be hearing about the bulls team character, the great effort, all the improvement shown and the great learning experience for the team. The future will be judged bright the games a strong showing and the year, a surprise to do as well as they did.
Who could have predicted it?

And then it will be time to watch baseball, where they at least made some effort to clean up performance enhancing drugs from their sport. Something the NBA hasn't even begun to do.

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