Boston Celtics versus. Chicago Bulls: Game Day Preview

In an attempt to get revenge, the Bulls take on the Celtics.

The league-leading Boston Celtics, who have been on an incredible winning streak this season, will be looking to win their seventh straight game when the Chicago Bulls (26-29) begin their post-All-Star break schedule on Thursday at the United Center. The Bulls’ goal is to move up the standings and secure an outright berth in the NBA Playoffs, while the Celtics hope to complete a remarkable comeback.


When Chicago last faced Boston on November 28, they were soundly defeated, 124-97. With a record of 5-14, it was the Bulls’ lowest point of the season. The Bulls have now recovered, assembling a 21-15 record. But Chicago’s problems with consistency still plague them, and veteran wingman DeMar DeRozan hopes to help address that.


“We play against some of the top teams in key games and pull off victories. I’ve always said that for us, it’s just about maintaining that consistency. “It takes all the best teams almost 48 minutes to complete a game,” DeRozan stated.


“The best teams understand how to settle in, finish games, and begin and end halves.”

campaign marred by injuries

The Bulls will be missing a number of forwards for this game against the Celtics. After spraining his knee during a practice during the All-Star break, Torrey Craig will miss two to four weeks of action, while Patrick Williams is still a long way off from returning from his foot ailment


Chicago aims to give it everything they’ve got in the final 27 games of the regular season as they contend for an Eastern Conference playoff berth.


These 27 games are really important. We need to put it all on the line. “We get the next one” is no longer the norm. DeRozan declared, “Every single one is going to be a helluva task for us.”



Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.