The Chicago Bulls lead the Indiana Pacers 3-0 and have a chance to complete a first-round sweep this afternoon. That’s all well and good, but this round has done nothing to inspire confidence in the top overall seed in the playoffs. The 37- win Pacers have had a lead in the 4th quarter of each game. Sure, the Bulls have been able to close out each game, but struggling against the Pacers? I’d love to see the advanced metric that says the Pacers aren’t awful.
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