Paul George’s dunk could be sign of things to come for Bulls defense

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Yeah, yeah, it’s just the preseason.

But the way Indiana Pacers forward Paul George waltzed down the lane and threw one down against the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night isn’t a great sign for things to come this season from the Bulls defense.

A team that used to bring it every single night will be without defensive mastermind Tom Thibodeau this year after the organization parted ways with rugged coach and replaced him with first time NBA head coach Fred Hoiberg.

Just look at Nikola Mirotic. As George takes off from the dotted line, Mirotic doesn’t even consider contesting his dunk.

It could be a long season for the Bulls in 2015-16.

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