Patrick Williams shoots the ball over Brook Lopez during an April 30 game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
With the Chicago Bulls slipping further and the playoffs virtually inaccessible, you will have a hard time finding a fan who is not disappointed with the result of the season.
Especially after the team’s big swing against the two-time all-star Nikola Vucevic at close of trade, a move that should cement them as the playoff team in the east.
Now 26-38 with eight games left, few would blame the Bulls for ending the year After the Chicago Bulls’ last loss to the Atlanta Hawks, without Nikola Vucevic and Zach LaVine, rookie Patrick Williams spoke to reporters after his 19-point game.
When asked about the “Stretch Run”, which the team is running on, and whether it was a frustrating experience for him as a rookie, the 19-year-old replied, sounding wise beyond his years:
Every year won’t be the year for you want. No year is honestly going to be perfect, so just learn from this situation, learn what it takes to win and what we do well and what we don’t do well.
Williams also made sure neither he nor do the team have the feeling that the season is still over:
This season is not over yet. We still have a few games to go. Hopefully we will play our way into this box office and play in the postseason. I haven’t given up on the season. Nobody in the locker room has given up on the season. We will compete until the end. That’s the mentality in the locker room.
He’s not wrong, but his optimism can be misplaced. With eight games to go, the Bulls are three games back from the Washington Wizards in 11th place, who have won 12 of their last 15 games.
It would take a serious upswing and a tremendous amount of luck to Chicago itself in the play-in tournament finds what is only good for a shot at a playoff berth.
Since it turns out to be a long-term piece for the Chicago Bulls, it is as good as any other, what kind of teammate and Agree he’ll be in the locker room in the future.
That’s good for the 12th seed in the Eastern Conference and three games back from the 10th seed Washington Wizards.
So the odds are good against the Chicago Bulls who are 4-8 in their last 12.
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