CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bulls have the best record in the NBA at 62-20 and will have home-court advantage throughout the postseason.
The Bulls are 28-1 overall while holding home-court advantage in a playoff series. Despite the figures, Bulls center Joakim Noah doesn't think it will change how his team approaches the games.
"It's great, 62 is a high number," Noah said after Wednesday night's win. "We're definitely happy about it, but we're not satisfied. We don't want it to end here. Now it's a new season. It was a helluva season. All 15 affected the game. We got a great group and it's really exciting."
The Bulls open the Eastern Conference Playoffs on Saturday afternoon against the Indiana Pacers.
Nick Friedell covers the Bulls for ESPNChicago.com.