You say you've never heard the Bulls called a dirty team, then why in your first video did you say my claims were all from Sportscenter? Two contrasting views.
Are you kidding me? By that's SportsCenter reference, he was applying that you didn't watch the game and just saw highlights, which doesn't mean that they were accusing the Bulls of being dirty at all. But, by watching this video, I'm found out you're probably not smart enough to figure that one out.
Dirty? Thugs?....are you kidding? Just cause there is a few hard fouls doesn't make you dirty. I've done bad on a test before, doesn't mean I'm bad in that class.
I have a few comments on this issue.
First of all, I'm a Heat fan and I don't think the Bulls are dirty at all. It's the NBA playoffs, things tend to get more physical. It happens. The fouls get harder as the intensity increases with each round.
However, I will say that Boozer's foul on Bosh was UNDOUBTEDLY a flagrant. The referees have been clearly instructed to be very cautious when anything happens above the neck. If you watch the replay Boozer clearly places his left hand on Bosh's face/neck area and extends it, proceeding to shove Bosh. That's going to get called all day long. All day.
But by no means are the Bulls a dirty team, it's playoff basketball.
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