The Chicago Bulls have had a disappointing start to the season with a 5-10 record, especially considering they returned the same core group for the third consecutive year. Their recent 118-100 loss to the Miami Heat at home is indicative of their struggles. The Bulls once again started slow, falling into a 12-2 hole, and although they clawed back, they ultimately wilted late in the game. The Miami Heat led by as many as 24 points and never trailed. Bulls guard Zach LaVine noted that they at least weren’t trailing 20-1 like in previous games, which is considered progress for the struggling team.
Despite Bulls coach Billy Donovan’s efforts to try different starting lineups and rotations, and his emphasis on improving spacing, ball movement, and quick decisions, the team continues to struggle. The Bulls have consistently failed to meet expectations and are facing a 5-10 record, a far cry from what was anticipated at the start of the season.
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