CSN's Vincent Goodwill and Chuck Garfien discuss the Bulls' three-game losing streak, Joakim Noah's shoulder injury and what lies in the coming week in the Bulls Road Ahead, presented by Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana Honda dealers.
It's been a week to forget for the Bulls. From Jimmy Butler calling out head coach Fred Hoiberg for his lack of toughness to three-straight losses, including an embarrassing home loss to the lowly Brooklyn Nets, the 2015-16 season has entered a downward spiral that the Bulls can't seem to find their way out of.
"Clearly, there's some real issues going on," CSNChicago.com Bulls Insider Vincent Goodwill said. "This team does not have an identity. They don't have any one thing or one player they can lean on, basically aside from a guy like Jimmy Butler in terms of performance."
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To make matters worse, Joakim Noah left Monday's game with a shoulder injury.
Goodwill discussed what it would mean for Chicago if Noah were to miss an extended period of time.
"It's going to free up time for Bobby Portis who has obviously stepped forward already and was campaigning for more playing time," Goodwill said. "You have Nikola Mirotic who's struggling, Doug McDermott couldn't really hit a shot tonight ... This is going to be a dangerous time right now."
See what else Goodwill and Garfien had to say in the video above in this week's Honda Road Ahead.