Originally posted on ProBasketballTalk:
The best teams in the league don’t enjoy losing, and they especially don’t take well to getting blown out at home by a team it doesn’t believe is up to that task.
Chicago came into Madison Square Garden on Friday and used its trademark defense to obliterate the team at the top of the Eastern Conference standings. Behind 29 points and 13 rebounds from Luol Deng, to go along with 15 points, 12 rebounds, and six assists from Joakim Noah, the Bulls not only won in New York by a final of 110-106, but got under the Knicks’ collective skin in the process.
It was only New York’s second home loss on the season, but it was also the team’s second home loss in its last three games.
Chicago came out and stifled the Knicks offense from the start, getting out to a 15-point halftime lead after limiting New…
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