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Nashville Predators center Ryan Johansen (92) celebrates his goal against the Chicago Blackhawks with Nashville Predators center Filip Forsberg, top, during the third period in Game 2 of a first-round NHL hockey playoff series, Saturday, April 15, 2017, in Chicago. The Predators won 5-0. (AP Photo/David Banks)

Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you the Easter Sunday edition of The BeatCSN Chicago Bulls Insider Vincent Goodwill joins the show to preview the Bulls first-round playoff series with the Boston Celtics, what the Bulls will have to do to shut down Isaiah Thomas and this series as a litmus test for Fred Hoiberg as a coach; the reeling Blackhawks are down 2-0 to the Predators in their first-round playoff series and Brent Sopel talks about the need to take one game at a time and bring the effort right off the bat in Nashville; the guys discuss boo-birds coming out at the United Center early in Game 2, and whether or not it’s bad form to jump on your own team that early; we also remember some Easter Sunday heroics from Michael Jordan, hear Doc Rivers answer the “dumbest question he’s ever heard” and more.