Misery for Bulls Fans, Bettors This Season as Team Looks LIke it is Imploding

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C Costigan
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It is going to be a brutal year for fans and bettors of the Chicago Bulls.

The latest 112-119 loss didn’t look that bad against Cleveland.

LeBron James, starting at point guard, dished 13 assists to go with 33 points, and Dwyane Wade added 11 points off the bench as Cleveland won its first game after shuffling its lineup.

The Bulls opened the season with news that a player fight resulted in one of the starters being rushed to the hospital, the other player suspended.

ESPN.com reminds us of the 12 dramatic moments leading up to this season that ultimately sank the Bulls.

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