Thread: bulls or hawks?
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      05-13-2011, 02:45 PM   #22
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This is the way I see it, from the top of the roster down:

1. D Rose and LeBron are equal in talent and are the leaders of their teams.
2. Wade has a big advantage over Boozer.
3. I like Noah's more complete game over Bosh. Joel Anthony will give the Heat some fouls.
4. Heat has no one to match up with Deng. Haslem? Miller? You're not serioius!
5. Bibby is a non-entity; Bogans is light on offense but plays shut-down defense. (Will be interesting to see what he can do with Wade). Bogans will hit the occasional 3.

Bench: Goes to the Bulls - who get solid contributions from Gibson, Asik (especially on interior defense) and Korber. Watson can spell D Rose for short periods. Miami's bench is pretty pitiful.

Coach: No contest. Bulls

If the bulls get solid defense (like they played on Thursday night), then their 9 deep rotation should stifle the Heat.

I like the Bulls in an excellent series.

(Chicago expatriate living in South Florida)
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