However, Holiday expects to see something different Friday night for Game Three.
"I think they're really different (without Rose)," Holiday said Friday on "Mike & Mike in the Morning" on ESPN Radio. "They don't have that scoring power that Derrick Rose brings to the game.
"You know with Derrick Rose he's going to give you at least 15 (points) and eight or nine assists. They have two guards who will have to step up and do that. Derrick Rose is a big asset because so many people just key in on him which leaves a lot of people open for open shots."
The Bulls lost in Game Two, 109-92, showing how different they were. However, they have been pretty good overall when Rose is absent, so far 18-10 whenever he can't play.
"I think they have to be similar to us, strength in numbers, because I think they have weapons," Philadelphia forward Andre Iguodala said. "But if they're all on the same page, they're tough to stop.
"When those bigs are setting those screens for their perimeter players, all their perimeter players, I feel like, are threats. Whether it's (Luol) Deng, or Kyle (Korver), or C.J. Watson, that's been playing well all year. If they get it going, it opens it up for their big men. They do a really good job of complementing each other, and for us we just have to try to take them out of that."
Derrick Rose tore his ACL in the final minute of Game One, leaving him out for four-to-six months.
The Bulls have all the tools they need to win, as they have a very deep team.
We'll see how it goes for them in the rest of the series.