"The character of this room creates the resilience of this basketball team" - Coby White on how the Chicago Bulls rally from huge deficits


The Chicago Bulls often come back from enormous deficits, which may not be the greatest approach to win. Chicago trailed 89-67 late in the third quarter on Monday and faced disaster.   

However, in a miraculous change of events, the Bulls managed to keep their composure and stage a remarkable comeback during which they emerged victorious by a score of 113-109.  

Coby White, a guard for the Bulls, admitted that he was not shocked by the resiliency of his teammates after the game, stating that it reflects the character of the squad.  

White has played his entire career for the Bulls, getting to know many of his teammates better. He said a 22-point deficit is nothing compared to what his teammates had overcome to play in the NBA.  

Character of the men in this room. Despite their hardships, many of these men overcame every obstacle and broke through that wall.  

The toughness of this basketball team comes from the character of this room," White said.When you look more closely at the Bulls' roster, you can see how tough these guys really are.  

Every player, from undrafted newbies to seasoned veterans, has a story of how they worked hard and didn't give up. Take point guard Ayo Dosunmu, who was picked 38th in the 2021 NBA Draft.  

After a fantastic first year, Dosunmu had a difficult time establishing himself as a player during his second year of competition.   

Following the arrival of recruit Jevon Carter in Chicago over the offseason, many people anticipated that he would be relegated to a position of low priority on the depth chart.   

Dosunmu, on the other hand, is playing a crucial part for the Bulls despite the fact that injuries have caused the squad to be depleted of vital players.  

Of course, there is also Alex Caruso, the guard who is a fan favorite and is well-known for his hustle and intensity while he is playing basketball.   

Caruso worked his way up through the G-League after graduating from Texas A&M without being picked in the draft. He finally made it onto the Los Angeles Lakers squad. Currently, he is an important part of the Bulls' defense.  

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