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By Orrin G. Hatch
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Topic - Tom Thibodeau
The Grizzlies are interested in acquiring coach Tom Thibodeau, and is shaky relationship with Bulls GM Gar Forman could ultimately push him away.
Taj Gibson's career night wasn't enough to prevent the Bulls from being one game away from elimination.
Joakim Noah and the Bulls are a Game 4 win away from regaining control of their first round series with the Wizards. Maintaining control and focus served then in the confrontational Game 3.
Joakim Noah's assist-to-turnover ratio is trending the wrong way as far as the Bulls' center is concerned. His coach isn't fretting about the numbers heading into Sunday's Game 4.
It seemed logical that the Chicago Bulls, down 0-2 to the Washington Wizards, would change things up for Game 3. It's just surprising forward Taj Gibson provided a preview of those late-game fixes.
The pressure of coaching in the playoffs for first-timer Randy Wittman hasn't been an issue, and he is determined to keep everything the same as the regular season.
The Chicago Bulls failed to score for more than seven minutes.
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.
Watching the Bulls play offense some nights, it's a wonder The House That Jordan Built is still standing.
The Chicago Bulls' resolve is being tested once again.
There were some emotional moments and some funny stories as Joakim Noah accepted the NBA's Defensive Player of the Year award on Monday, like this one.
The biggest edge for the Bulls could be on the bench because Tom Thibodeau has been to the postseason four consecutive seasons while this is the first trip of Randy Wittman's career.
Wizards coach Randy Wittman found spots to get rest for John Wall and Trevor Ariza as they ended the regular season with a four-game winning streak, but the Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau did the opposite.
Taj Gibson flashed back to the grueling workouts in the searing Southern California heat last summer.
There's just one game remaining in the regular season and the NBA playoffs begin on Saturday.
"You prepare for everybody. To me, it's like you would prepare for any game. If you don't know who may be injured or who may be sick, so you prepare for everyone. We're assuming everyone is there," Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau said before learning of the suspension. "We have to be ready for everyone. That's the way we're looking at it. We're not speculating on what might be. That's not our concern. Just get ourselves ready. Don't get lost in what could happen, what might happen. We know we need to prepare for everybody and be ready for them."
"It's a make-or-miss league," Thibodeau said. "Beal made two big scramble 3s in the fourth quarter that were basically off loose balls. That's the difference between winning and losing right there."