However, since the calendar page flipped to April, it has appeared as though the C’s have managed to get right back on track, snatching up each of their three games played, with their latest victory coming in quite a decisive manner.
Playing the role of visitor, Boston shipped out to the Windy City to square off against their conference rivals in the Bulls, who, coming into the contest they’ve been on the losing end of three straight.
By the end of Wednesday night’s outing, their hapless streak saw itself stretch to four in a row, as Chicago was downed in four quarters of action to the final tune of 117-94.
Throughout the exhibition, color commentator, Brian Scalabrine, made a comment stating that both teams were in two different leagues (status-wise) and, frankly, he was absolutely right, for the shamrocks were a team that couldn’t miss while the Bulls were a team that, well…couldn’t make.
The victory for the ball club was unequivocally an overall team effort, with every player who stepped foot on the hardwood positively impacting the game in one way or another.
In fact, we were so impressed by how Ime Udoka’s squad played that we couldn’t even convince ourselves to write a 1 stud and 1 dud piece for, truth be told, there really weren’t any duds.
Instead, we at HH decided to once again change the series up and go more in a positive direction by pointing 2 unsung studs from the C’s dominant win over Chicago: