Did the Bull win, or the Clips lose? - "As hard as it might be to believe, the Bulls actually found an opponent struggling more than them."
Rout and laugher aren't usually used to describe a Bull win - "Taking advantage of a woebegone and injured Clippers team, the Bulls snapped their five-game skid with their largest margin of victory this season, a 95-75 laugher before a pro-Bulls and smallish crowd at Staples Center."
And something to consider from the game preview at Blogabull - "There aren't many teams who have been worse in the last month than the Clippers and the Bulls. After a win on the 20th of December, the Bulls were one game below .500 at 13-14. Since then, they are 4-13. The Clippers have 2 wins in the same time period, and the Grizzlies, Wizards and Kings are the only other teams that have been anywhere close to that bad. The Clippers of course, have played all of those games without Kaman and Randolph, most without Davis, and a few without Camby. What excuse do the Bulls have?"
Look at Durant's January numbers, and he's only 20 years old. (Note: Per game it is - 27.7; 8.7; 3.7), and Dr. Bill said vehemently disagreed when I said I would take him over Oden b/c he'd be 30ppg in his 4th year in the league.
Interesting debate: Superman or LeBron?