July 16, 2024

BAD NEWS:Dallas QB has decided to terminate a contract whating a sum of $87.9million…..

The Chicago Bulls didn’t have their mojo on Monday and were humiliated by the Dallas Mavericks at the United Center, 127-92. Here are two things worth discussing from the lopsided loss.

Chicago’s defense was nowhere to be found

As terrific as Dallas’ offense was, the Bulls’ inability to get stops was the biggest reason for their blowout defeat. The Mavericks shot a blistering 54.8 percent from the field, making it nearly impossible for Chicago to keep up. As always, Mavs superstar Luka Doncic was at the tip of the spear, compiling 15 points, six rebounds, and six assists in the first quarter alone as Dallas zoomed off to a humongous 44-16 lead.

Chicago’s defense was historically bad on Monday as Dallas’ 44-point first quarter was the first time an opponent has racked up that many since the Golden State Warriors did it in October 2018. It’s only the fifth time in the franchise’s long, decorated history that a foe has reached that mark.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *