The NBA preseason game with Chicago Bulls is the first game of the Cavaliers with their semi-complete lineup of Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, and Derrick Rose. It was clear in the game that Cleveland is still a work-in-progress for their new lineup as they fell short to the Chicago Bulls with a score of 108-94 on Tuesday.

Bulls averaged 43.3 percent in field goals, 36.6 percent in three-point shooting, with 15 turnovers and a total of 51 rebounds making them win the game against Cleveland Cavaliers. The Bulls outran Cavaliers with the amazing game performance by their young players such as Justin Holiday with a high 28 points, Lauri Markkanen with 18 points and Robin Lopez with 10 points.

Cavs were being sloppy during the game which Bulls took advantage with.

Great game for Chicago Bulls

It was an incredible game for the players of Chicago Bulls as they pulled off a winning game against Cavaliers on Tuesday. Justin Holiday led the team with a score of 28 points, 11 rebounds, one assist and three steals in 29 minutes game time. He was also part of the starting five of Bulls. The 20-year-old, Lauri Markkanen, added 18 points with five rebounds and one steal during his 29 minutes game time. Robin Lopez also chipped 10 points in their team’s score with five rebounds and one assist.

Struggling game for Cleveland

The first game of Cleveland with their semi-complete line-up with LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Derrick Rose was not good enough to defeat the Bulls.

The awkward chemistry of the team was seen during the game.

It was seen in the game that Cleveland struggled with their line-up against Chicago Bulls. Although Lebron James scored 17 points, five rebounds and three assists, it was not enough to pull a win against the Bulls. It was his first game after resting for his knee injury and it clearly shows that he is not in good condition yet.

Dwayne Wade with four points was struggling with the Cavs teamwork. He wasn’t comfortable with his new team and with Lebron James. It seemed like he was frequently freelancing and stopping the ball movement with midrange post-ups. To paraphrase a great philosopher, Wade needs to focus on fitting in, not fitting out.

Kevin Love had the roughest night.

He only scored three points, eight rebounds and one assist for the entire 21 minutes of his game time. Love missed his first nine shots and finished with just three points on one-of-12 shooting. He also suffered a minor left leg injury leaving the game with 4:36 minutes to go in the third quarter and did not return.