The Chicago Bulls have recorded their 15th win of the season by defeating the Minnesota Timberwolves in overtime. The win puts the six-time NBA champions in the 6th place in the Eastern Conference.
After three years of not making the playoffs, the Bulls appear to be on track to make a return this season.
Zach LaVine, who will take part in his first NBA All-Star Game next month, thinks Chicago has still plenty of room for improvement. Following the win over the T-Wolves, he thinks the Bulls should not relax and continue to strive for being the best they can.
“We have a lot of potential. We can be a lot better,” LaVine said per K.C. Johnson. “At the end of the day, we got the win. And we are where we are in the standings. But we can’t let that dictate how we play. We have to live up to how good we can be.”