The 2016-17 Chicago Bulls are going according to plan. It’s the layout just about everyone had in place for them exiting last summer’s offseason, though not the blueprint the team’s front office and ownership group had in mind when they weirdly decided to outfit Jimmy Butler with star helpers Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo, alongside a cast and crew of confidence-less helpers, under the leadership of second-year coach Fred Hoiberg.
The Bulls are 23-24 following Wednesday night’s miserable defeat at home, ranked last amongst playoff teams in the East. The visiting Atlanta Hawks came back from a 10-point deficit in the final three minutes of action in Chicago, downing the Bulls 119-114 after forward Nikola Mirotic’s potential game-winning 3-pointer spun untrue.
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