One streak ended Tuesday. Another is virtually certain to end Wednesday.
But if a new streak is lengthened to two straight seasons out of the playoffs, think back to Tuesday night at Air Canada Centre.
That's when the Bulls somehow blew a 15-point lead over the final 6 minutes, 39 seconds of regulation, falling to the Raptors for the first time since Dec. 31, 2013, in a 122-120 overtime loss. Suddenly, the 11 straight victories in the series don't feel so great.
The Bulls endured a scoreless drought of 5:05 in the fourth as the Raptors ripped off a 15-0 run to tie the game.
In overtime, Jimmy Butler, whose 37 points marked his first 30-point game since Jan. 25,...