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Topic - Kirk Hinrich
Since the Wizards began their playoff run 10 days ago, coach Randy Wittman has routinely praised his players for their focus, determination and tenacity. Only once had they experienced any sort of lapse, and even then, the result was a narrow, three-point loss to the Chicago Bulls on Friday.
Kirk Hinrich's two missed free throws with only seconds remaining on Tuesday night helped Washington escape with a 101-99 win over Chicago in Game 2. Watch here.
The Wizards took a 17-point lead in the first half, saw it evaporate and erased a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter to force OT and win for the second time in a row in Chicago.
This one looked like it was slipping away from the Washington Wizards. Then, in a flash everything changed.
John Wall got Kirk Hinrich to bite on the pump fake and lured him into a foul. He hit the shot, and-1, to give the Wizards momentum going into the half.
Bradley Beal and Kirk Hinrich both received technical fouls after getting tangled up in the second quarter of Game 2. Watch it here.
The Chicago Bulls have experienced such a turnaround this season that their wins are now being rated.
Bulls center Joakim Noah believes the Eastern Conference is more than a two-team race.
Mike Dunleavy caught an elbow just above the right eye while drawing a charge early in the second quarter Thursday night and left a trail of blood on the court as he ran into the Bulls' locker room.
Taj Gibson didn't worry when Chicago fell behind Dallas early, and he wasn't concerned when the Mavericks made a late run for the lead.
Kirk Hinrich made all the right moves for the Chicago Bulls in the final minute of the game.
Before his team faced the surging Bulls, Toronto coach Dwane Casey praised Chicago for being "at the head of the class" when it comes to defense.
Joakim Noah played the final 6:53 with five fouls. Chicago coach Tom Thibodeau didn't want to take him out with the Bulls' double-digit lead slipping away, and that's just the way the All-Star center wanted it.
The Chicago Bulls are without starters Carlos Boozer and Kirk Hinrich against the Cavaliers.
Luol Deng misses his close friends in Chicago. The Bulls seem to be getting along fine without him.
"We know each other very well at this point in the series, both teams. It's going to be hard to get deep post ups," Chicago guard Kirk Hinrich said. "You have to get the ball in the paint with penetration or duck-ins or in transition...Book poses problems. He's strong, athletic, good defender. You could tell they had the sense of urgency to start the game and we can't let that happen."
"I went up there thinking I was going to knock them down," Hinrich said. "Tonight, I just couldn't do it. However, I really felt that I should've made the layup."