If you take a gander below, you clearly will see yet another correct prediction regarding last night's Bull's game. Portland walked in undefeated and left with a fresh notch in the loss column. Da Bull's did a fantabulous job shutting down Brandon Roy, Andre Miller, and Rudy Fernandez. LaMarcus Aldridge was a monster, putting up 33 points and grabbing 9 boards. (For the Record, in 2006 the Bulls traded the draft rights for Aldridge AND a future second round pick to Portland for Tyrus Thomas. You can thank the genious of John Paxson for that shit-show.)

Speaking of monsters. How bout' that Luol Deng character. I guess we can put to bed the whole "off to a slow start" business. He set a career high 40 points, going 3 for 5 behind the arc. It was also nice to see Kyle Korver knock down a few jumpers for a change. D-Rose finally got a little break, not having to carry the team on his shoulders (16 pts 5 reb). He managed to dish out a career high 13 assists. Yesterday was a very solid team effort. As a writer from Yahoo sports said last week..."if there was a GPA in basketball, the Bull's would have the highest average in the league." Next up on the kill list is the New York Knicks, Thursday in Chicago. Consider that one a lock as well.

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