Stacey King thinks Tony Snell and E’Twaun Moore need more minutes

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After the Bulls lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5, former Bulls forward and TV commentator Stacey King thinks some bench players should receive some more minutes.

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King believes Bulls guards E’Twaun Moore and Tony Snell need to be on the court more.

Moore has only played two minutes behind Aaron Brooks and Kirk Hinrich during the Eastern Conference semifinals. Moore only played nine minutes per game during the regular season, but King said Moore can provide valuable minutes on the defensive end. He also has the ability to hit clutch shots.

Snell has played sparingly throughout the playoffs. He didn’t play at all during Game 1 and 3, when the Bulls won, and played double-digit minutes during Game 2 and 4, when the Bulls lost.

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