Wednesday, February 25, 2015

HORNETS 98 BULLS 86 F...BUZZ City catches the BULLS in a "State of Disbelief" and stings SEE RED in the MADHOUSE!..."WEST SIDE Story Report" cannot hit SCIENCE Project Status with JO, JIMMY, TAJ, and the SPANIARD!...#CHAvsCHI #ItsABuzzLife #BullsNation #WestSideStoryReport

The Chicago Bulls and not making any excuses for their 98-86 loss to the Charlotte Hornets tonight looked disinterested and the focus squarely on Derrick Rose. Anyone who is reading this reach out to Carolina Panthers Sam Linebacker and former Georgia All-American Thomas Davis who has overcome four ACL Surgeries to play at very high-level for Carolina through the years.

As for the Bulls on this night just simply flat and running on "Fumes" as Charlotte used a balanced attack with four starters in double figures. If you read "Playbook" earlier at Bluedude Sportstalk I told you about Hornets PG Mo Williams being a nice stabilizer at the PG Slot for Charlotte as he was just that tonight netting 17 points with five helpers and just 1 turnover.

The game was set-up for the Bulls taking and they just didn't have enough in the tank to pull this one off. The game was tied at 20-20 after one and 44-44 at the break. Both teams played nip and tuck through three as Charlotte led 67-65. The difference was Al Jefferson's (16 pts 7 rebs) low-post presence and the leadership down the stretch from Mo-Will that gave the Hornets a 98-86 "W" pulling away through the middle of the 4th. Throw in former Kentucky Star and #2 overall pick in the 2011 draft M.K.G. 18 points and a dozen boards the Hornets had a sting late!

Pau Gasol led the Bulls with 25 points while grabbing thirteen boards. All-Star Jimmy Butler added 14 points and seven boards but struggled shooting as the Bulls all struggled late shooting 44% from the field and 65% from the stripe. Bulls must find a way as no one in the "Logo" will feel sorry for them moving forward!

Hornets move to 23-32 while the Bulls fall to 36-22 tied with the Cleveland Cavalier and Bulls Nation remember this date for the 2014-15 season!
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