Recent history (as recent as within the last month), the Chicago Bulls have set pace to crash and burn just in time for the merriest time of the year. After Monday night's embarrassment against the Sacramento Kings, it seemed as if this disappointing season had finally seen itself garnished with national attention. As if a home loss to the Toronto Raptors by 32 earlier this month wasn't enough to scar such a young season. Or even falling victim to the New Jersey Nets, again at the United Center, for only their second win all season didn't have the analysts talking. Instead it took a Lohan-esque meltdown against a sub-.500 team for the world to be exposed to the disaster that is the 2009-2010 Chicago Bulls. Not only did they have a 35-point lead as late as 8:30 remaining in the third-quarte ...
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