I don't really have much to say, but I hope this fanpost can start a discussion about how the Bulls' offense works (or how it should work).
Can anyone with a better knowledge of the game explain the idea behind our offensive sets? It seems like movement away from the ball was infinitely better last night than it was for all of last year. What are we doing differently?
Also, I've always been curious about the "Derrick brings it up, passes to Noah at the top of the key and then hides in the corner for the rest of the possession" play that we seem particularly fond of. I feel like this play often results in Derrick disappearing for stretches (e.g., games 2-7 of the Celtics series). Does anybody know what's going on there?