Chicago Bull Research Paper

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Evaluation Essay The Chicago bulls have always been my favorite professional basketball team. From an early age I was always an avid fan that always got really into the games. I was always amazed by the sheer talent that they had, the stunning red, white, and black jerseys they wore, and of course the mascot, Benny the Bull. To me the Bulls tradition is unique among many teams. For most of the years I can remember, the bulls always had good talent even if their season wasn’t so good. The Chicago Bulls have had some really great players such as, Scottie Pippen, Norm Van Liar, Jerry Sloan, Bob Love, and arguably the greatest player to ever set foot on a basketball court, Michael Jordon. I try my hardest to catch any game that I can. Unfortunately…show more content…
Marco Belineli is a guard in the game he had two things he messed up on. Belineli did not make any of his three point tries and he also had 5 fouls, which is too much. He did however have 18 points, he never turned the ball over, 8 rebounds, and he was 100% from the free throw line. Nate Robinson is another and he also had 5 fouls, and he turned the ball over 7 times, and that can’t happen. Aside from that, Robinson played great. He was the leading scorer with 34 points, 7 rebounds, and he made 6 three pointers. Joakim Noah is the center and he had a really good game. Other than turning the ball over 5 times, Noah had 12 rebounds, 7 blocks, along with his 14 points. Next is one of the forwards Loul Deng. He was the next highest scorer with 21 points, 5 assists and was 100% from the free throw line. Deng had the fewest turnovers, and fewest fouls on the team, and he played the longest. Carlos Boozer is the other forward and he had what I like to call a “solid game”, not flashy but still noticeable. He had 14 points, 9 rebounds, and he made all of his free throws. Boozer was a smart player in that he only fouled once, didn’t turn the ball over and he didn’t shoot any three pointers. As you can see all the players individually had a good game, but they all had some sort of area were they didn’t perform as well as they should have. Even at the end of the game when the nuggets brought the ball down the court; anyone of those players could have stopped the shot but nobody stepped
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