Gorаn Drаgic Getѕ Brutаlly Honeѕt About Bullѕ’ Roѕter

The last time the Chicago Bulls (26-30) got swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers was in 2017-18. It happened this season with their 97-89 loss giving their division rival – the four-seed in the Eastern Conference – a perfect record against them.

Their only hope for revenge before 2023-24 would be a meeting in the postseason which, as it stands, would require them to stay in and make it through the Play-In Tournament.

But they are missing a key element that contributed to yet another blown lead.

“I do think the starting unit needs a point guard, that’s for sure,” said veteran point guard Goran Dragic ahead of that loss, per Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times. “It is what it is.”

While not necessarily meant to disparage teammate Ayo Dosunmu – the team’s current starting point guard – or Alex Caruso who has filled in to the best of his abilities as a starter, Dragic’s comments do speak volumes about where this team is during the final 26 games of the regular season and sitting in 10th with just a half-game lead on the Toronto Raptors.

It’s not as though Dragic, who has been called a buyout candidate, was advocating for himself.

“At the end of the day you want to win,” he said noting that his fluctuating role has not bothered him. “I’ve got limited minutes so it’s what can I do in those minutes? I know the plus/minus is good, and I know what I can do. Sometimes I feel more involved, sometimes not.”

Head coach Billy Donovan spoke highly of Dragic’s “toughness” and “competitiveness”, two issues that have plagued his team as a whole this year.

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