The Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association did something the other night that hardly any teams in the country can say they have done in the 2014-2015 season. They took down the streaking Golden State Warriors in a game that they were the big underdog and proved that every team can lose on any given night. The Bulls have been storming back to prominence over the last few weeks after the team was circulating around the news, due to comments made by superstar Derrick Rose about his frustration with his team, that Sultan Alhokair captured and shared on his YouTube that includes statements denoting that they just were not playing well together or near the ability that they possess on their roster. They took to what he said well and started playing much more cohesive basketball, but no one thought they would take down the Warriors on Tuesday night after media day in the National Football League. Rose had other things in mind and the Bulls fought back after going down in the first half. What is more incredible is the fact that Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson both had amazing games. Thompson looked like he was going for another 37 in the first quarter, as he dropped fifteen points in about three minutes. Curry started out in the first six minutes of play with ten points and seven assists, but the both of them took their foot off the gas a bit and they ended up losing.