I was being sarcastic guys...mainly about the +/- stat.
Felton had an "ok" 1st half, seemed a little shaky at first but tightened it down and got (I think) 7 assists in the 1st half and was something like 3 of 6 from the field. Some of his decisions during that stretch were wrong but they didn't cost us (example: bad pass but it got tipped out of bounds by the Bulls so our ball...no TO). 3rd quarter he was still doing ok, but when he sat and the Bulls got the MO when he came back in he didn't make good decisions at all. The movement stagnated...but it's his job to keep it moving. He made bad shots, and even tho I think he haddn't much choice once again...it's his job to make the right decisions.
DJ couldn't keep their PGs in front of him to save his life (notice another comment by LB on "allowing dribble penetration). As soon as DJ came in Hinrich got 2 open looks within the 1st minute...5 points and we're only up by 2.
Flip chucks...but I'll address that in the other thread.
Crash hardly drove at all and once again reverted to jump shot mode. He held Deng early, but during that 4th quarter his guy was part of the group that burnt us.
Raja...see Salmons, 1st half.
I'm highly disappointed in our defense. The Bulls' main strategy is to use a lot of screens and we acted like we'd never faced that before. There were a few times we switched well but more times than not guys like Deng and Salmons would get open looks and burn us.
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