May 13, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Miami Heat point guard Norris Cole (30), small forward Shane Battier (31) steal the ball from Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson (2) during the second quarter at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Chicago Bulls Miss Every Shot Imaginable, Fall at Home 88-65


The Chicago Bulls utterly failed to make shots Monday night and fell to the Miami Heat, 88-65. The Bulls now trail 3-1 in the series, with game five taking place in Miami on Wednesday.

There’s really nothing else to say about this game. The Bulls’ offense — if you could even call it that — started 1/12 from the field and didn’t really get any better from there. Nate Robinson, he of the 27-point performance in game one, went 0/12 on the night. That’s really all you need to know. Honestly, this game was probably worse than game two, when the Bulls lost by 37 in Miami.

Let us never speak of this game again.

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