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Chicago will have some time now to look at the last four minutes of Thursday nights game and figure out what went wrong for them as they are eliminated from the NBA playoffs loosing to the Miami Heat 83-80. Miami’s big three took over the fourth, coming back from a twelve point deficit to go on to win and now on to the NBA Finals against the Dallas Mavericks.
The Bulls began their series against the Miami Heat looking like the team we have seen time and time again this season, not so much after the last two games played against Miami. Derrick Rose and the Bulls are now trailing the Heat 2-1 in the Eastern Conference Finals after loosing Wednesday night in Chicago and again Sunday night in Miami.
Chicago will now head to Atlanta with a 3-2 lead coming off of the huge game five win 95-83 setling some of Chicago’s nerves. The Bulls stepped up on defense and made some adjustments leading them to their must win game setting them up only needing one more win to move on in the NBA Playoffs. “Tonight the game was close and we turned it up in the fourth quarter,” Luol Deng said. “Our defence was great.”