The Chicago Bulls managed to prevent a six-game losing streak against the Detroit Pistons. Their current standings are 14-26, with a tenth place finish in the Eastern Conference. Against Detroit, Zach Lavine led by 25 points, six assists, and two blocks.
The Bulls are 25th in offense averaging 105.9 points per game, and they will face the Celtics second in defense, allowing 104.4 points per contest. The Bulls are 25th in rebounds with 43.3 and 21st in assists with 23.0 per game.
Meanwhile, the Boston Celtics have struggled to come to terms with the offense in recent games, but have seen a good game against New Orleans with a 104-105 home victory. The Celtics had a good 55% off the floor and kept the visitor’s team at 40%. Jayson Tatum led the Celtics with a career-high 41 points with six rebounds, four assists, and eight steals. And has a career-high of six three-pointers.
This season the Celtics are 14th in offense averaging 111.4 points per game and will face the Chicago Bulls 12th in defense, allowing 107.7 points per contest. The Celtics are 10th in rebounds with 46.0 and 19th in assists with 23.1 per game.
In this match I could see that the Boston Celtics Team was better than the Chicago Bulls, Boston was able to overcome a three-game losing streak and give a magnificent win, Boston more relaxed than the Chicago Bulls. The Celtics have won eight of their last head-to-head matches at TD Garden. The Bulls could have given it a good game, but it was easier for the Celtics to get the win.