Andre Drummond compares Bulls win over Cavaliers to 2010s NBA

The Chicago Bulls picked up a great bounce-back win on Wednesday night, taking down the second-seeded Cleveland Cavaliers in double overtime one day after falling to the lowly Detroit Pistons. It was a hard-fought victory, as the Bulls had to fight tooth and nail to pick up the win. But it didn’t come in typical fashion.

In today’s NBA, teams win with three-point shooting and fast-paced offense. Against the Cavaliers, the Bulls won due to their diligence on the glass. They corralled 25 offensive rebounds, including nine from Andre Drummond and seven from Nikola Vucevic. It was a ridiculously impressive display.

After the game, Drummond spoke about how the game felt like an older version of the NBA. (H/t Julia Poe of the Chicago Tribune)

“It kind of reminded me of the 2010s,” Drummond said. “Two bigs in the paint, just going at it. It was a very hard-fought game, a very physical game. I’m glad the refs allowed us to play.”

Drummond used his best skill to earn a win for Chicago.

Story originally appeared on Lonzo Wire