Fairly collective choke job by the Bulls in Game Six to lose 79-78 to the 76ers. Recap is here.
With a limited rotation down low and Carlos Boozer giving us the playoff brick-tasticness of which Jazz fans warned us a couple of summers ago, Omer Asik had to play the entire second half.
No Derrick Rose. No Joakim Noah. No offense other than second chance points. And just awful decision-making late in the game when converting possessions were nearly impossible.
The end will be the focus -- and it was bad -- but that second quarter was quite the disaster in itself.
All in all, the Bulls became the fifth top seed in NBA history to lose in the first round of the playoffs.