The Bulls' 109-104 victory over the Wizards Wednesday night looked familiar — and not just because it was their third straight.
You know the kind: A short-handed team using ball movement and balanced scoring to shoot 50 percent while displaying enough desperation to win the rebounding and loose-ball battles.
"Without a doubt, it felt just like (recent seasons), knowing we were down," Taj Gibson said. "Everybody is believing in one another. We're playing with a little bit of grit. We have a chance to do something special."
Derrick Rose sat as a late scratch with right hamstring tendinitis, joining Joakim Noah, Jimmy Butler and Nikola Mirotic as...