What to Watch For: Chicago Bulls vs. Brooklyn Nets

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Oct 27, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bulls forward Pau Gasol (16) blocks the shot of Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) during the second half at the United Center. Chicago won 97-95. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Bulls started the 2015-16 season yesterday against the Cleveland Cavaliers with a 97-95 win thanks to a clutch block by Pau Gasol on LeBron James with just a couple of seconds left.

Their offense started out slow to start the game, but it didn’t take long for Fred Hoiberg‘s new offensive system to take off. They moved the ball well, played faster than we ever saw under former head coach Tom Thibodeau, and still were able to bring the same defensive intensity that we’re use to seeing for most of the game.

It was a nice win over a division rival, but the Bulls have to quickly move past it and get ready for their game against the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night.

Here’s a few things to watch for as the Bulls head to Brooklyn.

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