LaVine talked about the quarrel after the game, which often happens in a team
In an NBA regular season that ended today, the Chicago Bulls beat the Miami Heat 113-103 in an away game thanks to the outstanding performance of the team. Although they won, the Bulls were exposed to infighting before the start of the game, and the key figure was Zach LaVine, one of the core members of the team.
In an interview after the game, LaVine also talked about the team’s quarrel in the last game. LaVine said: “This kind of thing is very normal. It often happens in the locker room. There are many players in the team who want to express their feelings. Thinking, the players are very frustrated after losing, these often appear in a basketball team, so there are not too many problems.” LaVine played a total of 36 minutes and 40 seconds in this game, and made 7 of 13 shots. Among them, he made 3 of 8 three-pointers and 4 of 5 free throws. He contributed 21 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists.
Winning for the team is a good way to resolve internal strife. After defeating the Heat in this game, the Bulls ended their embarrassing four-game losing streak. Of course, the Bulls have achieved considerable success last season, and they definitely hope to go further this season, but the impact of injuries and internal strife have made this team, which was originally strong in the first round of the playoffs, even worse. For the Bulls As far as the team is concerned, there is only one way to achieve better results during the season, and that is to become more united.