If you didn’t know who Jimmy Butler of the Bulls was (and perhaps, Chris Bosh wasn’t familiar either), you do now.
Take a look at Jimmy Butler catching an alley-oop on the back of Chris Bosh’s neck.
Of course, the Heat brought their 27-game win-streak into Chicago, looking to get one step close to the ’71 – ’72 Lakers’ record of 33. But Butler’s dunk may have been foreshadowing, as the Bulls broke the Heat’s streak by winning 101-97 in a great regular season NBA game.
LeBron James finished with 32 points 7 rebounds and Chicago’s Luol Deng had 28 points and 7 boards. If you’re a Heat fan, it’s probably a good thing they lost so that the hype around the team dies down a bit.