Heading into Game 2, the Chicago Bulls are coming off a competitive outing against the Milwaukee Bucks after a scary start to the first quarter that had them down 13 points. However, they were able to let the Bucks know they were not going to be an easy team to sweep in four games.
Despite a lot of isolation play on offense (only 17 team assists) and poor 32% field goal shooting in Game 1, Chicago was just down one point with 1:36 left in the game. In Game 2, we will see if Coach Billy Donovan and the Bulls can expand on some of the strategies that worked in Game 1 in order to steal a pivotal game in Milwaukee. Below are some of the keys that worked for Chicago during the course of Game 1 against the defending Champions:
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