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Topic - D.J. Augustin
D.J. Augustin has played for three teams in the past year, but the point guard who gave the Wizards nightmares in the playoffs showed he can be effective if used correctly.
Trevor Ariza is California cool, but can turn up the heat when needed. Just ask D.J. Augustin. Game 3 between the Wizards-Bulls tips at 8 p.m. on CSN.
Trevor Ariza quietly scored 18 points in Game 1 on just eight shots and took away the Bulls' best offensive weapon, D.J. Augustin, down the stretch of Game 2.
D.J. Augustin had the Wizards scrambling on defense, but that all changed when Randy Wittman made a bold defensive change.
John Wall only had one turnover in the second half and Bradley Beal smothered D.J. Augustin in the clutch and led with seven assists which means both had solid games despite their low field-goal percentages.
If the Bulls are looking to make a change following their Game 1 loss, perhaps they should start with the rotation. Reserves Taj Gibson and D.J. Augustin require starter minutes.
Andre Miller, 38, put up eight of his 10 points during a crucial part of the fourth quarter to lead a 13-point comeback for a Game 1 upset.
Watching the Bulls play offense some nights, it's a wonder The House That Jordan Built is still standing.
Nene started thinking about how it would all unfold in the middle of the night. No way could he have scripted it any better than this.
The Wizards and Bulls have played three times this season. Here's what happened plus stats and stuff.
They lost their star and they lost one of their best supporting players. The Chicago Bulls never lost their way, though.
D.J. Augustin's career was swirling down the drain when the Toronto Raptors waived him in December, and the former No. 9 overall pick seemed destined to join the long list of promising prospects that just never made it in the NBA.
If the Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards meet in the first round of the playoffs, the Bulls will have a nice little blueprint to follow.
The Chicago Bulls strengthened their hold on home-court advantage in the playoffs, and made it a little tougher for the Atlanta Hawks to extend their season.
Having been burned by D.J. Augustin the previous night, the Boston Celtics clamped down on the Bulls' guard in the second game of their home-and-home series.
Augustin has said he wants to remain in Chicago and Wall monopolizes the minutes here.
"They're trying to be a bully to us, come out and punch us in the mouth early," Augustin said. "We've got to come out and jump on them early."