Bulls finish season with best record in NBA, take on Pacers in playoffs

April 14, 2011

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The Bulls' Joakim Noah blocks the shot of Brook Lopez of the New Jersey Nets during Wednesday's game

The Chicago Bulls finished the regular season with the best record in the NBA. The Bulls' bench squad played a lot of last night's game against New Jersey, winning 97-92. The Bulls next play the Indiana Pacers in a best-of-seven series for round one of the playoffs.

Bulls' Coach Tim Thibideau said the team is starting from scratch once the playoffs start.

"We had a pretty good regular season, but now you start over again," said Thibideau. "You're 0-0. We have to understand how we got here. We took care of the things that we could take care of and now we have to prepare for the playoffs."

The Bulls play game one Saturday at noon at the United Center.