The Bulls overwhelmed an undermanned Cavaliers’ team on Monday. David Blatt, LeBron James and Co. without the injured Kevin Love and the suspended J.R. Smith just weren’t prepared for a jumper-heavy Bulls attack. Blatt opted to start Mike Miller and shift LeBron to power forward, a move that was exposed on the defensive end. Chicago shot 50 percent from the floor and an unsustainable 55.6 percent from downtown on 10 makes. Blatt is going to have to make adjustments in Game 2 or he can expect to see similar results.
Here are three adjustments Blatt should consider.