The Bulls lost to the Magic, 111-89 on Saturday night—that makes three Ls in a row, to the Knicks (twice) and now Orlando. Chicago is fighting for a playoff spot, and at 36-36, they’re the 9-seed right now in the East, two games back of the Pistons and Pacers, who are tied for the 7th and 8th spots. Basically, the Bulls are watching their playoff hopes slip away with losses to bad teams. After last night, Mike Dunleavy (who had 10 points) had this to say:
Dunleavy: "We give off that impression of being beaten down. I don’t think anybody’s giving in. I just don’t think we’re good enough."
— K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop) March 27, 2016