Dwyane Wade apologizes to Bulls fans after ugly Chicago loss
Even for an up-and-down Bulls team that has seen some sloppy losses, Friday night’s was ugly. The Atlanta Hawks went on a 36-11 run between the end of the first quarter and the start of the second, they led by as many as 34, and cruised in for the 103-92 win. The game wasn’t that close, the Hawks thoroughly outplayed the Bulls, and after the game ended coach Fred Hoiberg said he and his staff need to reexamine everything.
Dwyane Wade went another direction, apologizing to fans.
That performance was AWFUL!!! I apologize to all the Chicago fans and Wade fans.— DWade (@DwyaneWade) January 21, 2017
Wade was 2-of-10 shooting on the night.
Despite the loss, the Bulls remain tied with the Bucks for the final playoff slot in the East, a race that will likely include Detroit and New York (and maybe Charlotte) and go down to the final days of the season. The Bulls (21-23) can’t have many more games like Friday.