Andre Drummond on Bulls’ two-center lineup with Nikola Vucevic

The Chicago Bulls have had to get a bit creative with lineups this year. Zach LaVine has missed a ton of time and is out for the season, and now, the same can be said for Patrick Williams. Even Torrey Craig, who the Bulls signed this past summer to help shore up their frontcourt, has missed most of the season.

In turn, head coach Billy Donovan has gone to some non-traditional lineup. He’s put multiple guards on the floor, run Alex Caruso as a forward, and, most notably, he’s played Andre Drummond and Nikola Vucevic together in a two-center lineup.

This look helped propel the Bulls past the Cleveland Cavaliers in a double-overtime win on Wednesday, and Drummond spoke about the lineup after the game. (H/t Julia Poe of the Chicago Tribune)

“The math is very simple,” Drummond said. “You got two guys that are very good at rebounding. One of them historically being the best to ever do it — and the other one is right behind me. It makes it very hard for teams. They got to make a decision who are they going to try to block out, me or him? They gotta pick their poison.”

The two big men combined for 17 offensive rebounds, and the Bulls as a team grabbed 25, dominating the glass en route to a gritty victory.

Story originally appeared on Lonzo Wire