Generally, a game like the one the Philadelphia Sixers just won over the Chicago Bulls in Philadelphia on Sunday would be labeled a defensive struggle. In this case, that would be a euphemism for two offenses struggling and thus making the defenses look good. One way or the other, the Sixers survived with an ugly 89-82 win over a Bulls team missing injured starters Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah.
For the second time in as many years, a No. 8 seed has defeated a No. 1 seed. The No. 8 seeded Philadelphia 76ers fended off the No. 1 seeded Chicago Bulls 79-78 Thursday night at home, winning the best of seven series 4-2. After go... Read Post
The Philadelphia 76ers started off slowly against the Chicago Bulls in Game 3 on Friday night, but they turned it on down the stretch, coming away with a 79-74 victory and taking a 2-1 series lead as all of Chicago continues to mour... Read Post