The Daily Herald is reporting, “Sure, most people expected to the Chicago Bulls to back off and let the Washington Wizards pick up the victory at the United Center on Sunday afternoon.
The Bulls had other plans. They knocked down 8 of 11 attempts from 3-point range in the first quarter and rolled to a 113-94 victory, their second in a row. The Bulls ended up tying the franchise record with 18 baskets from 3-point range, a number they’ve hit three times this season.
But aren’t the Bulls supposed to be tanking for a better draft pick? Don’t tell that to Bobby Portis, who scored 18 points and offered an interesting analogy in the locker room…”