Anybody cozy up to their league pass like myself and watch Wallace (and Smith) and the Cavs tonight?
Funny to see a stretch in the 2nd quarter where Wallace botched two straight close opportunities. Not that such things can't happen, but to a Bulls fan it's good stuff.
I was worried that the Cavs were going to pull away (and ruin my prognostication over at TBJ) until Mike Brown put Wallace back in during the 4th. Although Brown did save some face by subbing him out with under 2 minutes left on offense.
I didn't know that Big Z would be out tonight, so it meant a lot of Wallace and Varejao together. That went predictably on offense.
Wallace finished (in 32 minutes) 2-6 from the field, 3-4 from the line, for 7 points. 11 rebounds (only 5 defensive though). A by-far-worst plus/minus of -14.
The Bucks won, by the way, on a last-second heave by Michael Redd. They likely wouldn't have needed it if they didn't miss so many free throws near the end.