April 23, 2017, 8:27 pm
Jimmy Butler led the Chicago Bulls with 33 points in Sunday’s loss to the Boston Celtics.
Butler has remained the Bulls’ lone beacon of consistency throughout this series, but with the absence of Rajon Rondo and a struggling Dwyane Wade, there isn’t enough support for Butler to get the Bulls charging once again. The series is now tied at 2-2 and while anything still is possible, it isn’t looking good for the upstart Bulls. They’re going to need production from somewhere else if they stand a chance at upsetting the top-seeded Celtics in this series.