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Missed the game tonight to see "No Country for Old Men

It reminded me of watching a Bulls game.  The film ended abruptly with nothing resolved, leaving the audience feeling empty and dissastified (except for the buttercorn).

Since I draw most of my Bulls sustinance by watching Tyrus Thomas highlight reruns on youtube and dreaming what could have been, tonight's victory seems like a rerun of another of Jim Boylan's formula farces.  We all know the script, play as many guards as possible, keep Tyrus and  Noah pinned to the bench and always have a hair-raising helter-skelter finish using similar plot lines that make no sense to anyone except the loony director who is deluded into thinking he has created another masterpiece because management continues to let thim grind out these stinking turds.  One in a row...One in a row!  Let's award Boylan a Golden Finger Award.

Here are some 4th quarter stats from the 2 recent games where the Bulls blew 20+ point leads in recent reverse order-New Orleans, 76r's.-

Nocioni  0 minutes       6:12 (-8)
Tabo    2.30 (-10)       8:35 (-18)
Gray     0               0
Tyrus    0               3:07  (-3)
Gordon  12    (-20)      3:02  +1
Noah    10:20 (-17)      0
Deng    12    (-20)      12    (-20)
Hughes  10:20 (-17)      6:23  (-13)
Kirk     1:38 ( -3)      11:41 (-22)
Gooden  10:07 (-13)       8:32 (-14)

In the Washington fiasco, Deng played the entire 2nd half, racking up a (-24) while Larry Hughes was (-32) in 18:32 minutes. Can we conclude that Leol needs some rest time as the game regresses and our small ball combinations are pathetic at best?  Tyrus sat out the final 34 minutes of the Wizard game and Gray is not even an afterthought.   Suggestions anyone?    

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