Chicago Bulls fans expected their team to snag win after win after acquiring All-Star Nikola Vucevic at the trade deadline. However, the team slipped to a four-game slump (a six-game losing streak overall) even with Vucevic in the fold. They recently snapped that slump in a win over the Brooklyn Nets. And head coach Billy Donovan knows the exact reason why the team struggled with their new teammate.

After their 115-107 win over the Eastern Conference-leading Nets squad, Donovan shared the adjustments his team made since acquiring Vucevic. He also pointed out that it would take time before his team fully meshes as a group.

“Stylistically, we’ve completely changed the way we played in a week’s period,” coach Billy Donovan said, per K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports. “And that takes time.”

Tomáš Satoranský, who's been the Bulls' starting guard for the last 12 games, shared the specifics of the offense without Vucevic. He acknowledges that tweaks have to be made moving forward.

“Our offense was running through Thad (Young) in the pocket, cutting off him, playing dribble handoffs. Zach played a lot on the ball,” said Tomáš Satoranský, who posted season-highs in points (19) and assists (11). “Now we all have to adjust because we have an All-Star down there.”

That win over the Nets could be a sign of good things to come. It's good proof that this revised Bulls squad can win over powerhouse teams. So for Bulls fans, expect Donovan and crew to make some tweaks and adjustments to the playbook, as well as the lineups.