(WSCR) – The Bulls made a huge comeback in the fourth quarter to stop the Pistons. Chicago was behind 21 points early in the third quarter, but finished ahead by 10.
By ANDREW SELIGMAN
CHICAGO (AP) Derrick Rose matched a career high with 39 points and the Chicago Bulls staged a big rally to beat the Detroit Pistons 101-91 on Saturday night.
Chicago trailed by 21 early in the third quarter and was still down 86-73 about three minutes into the fourth when it went on a 19-2 run to pull out a dramatic win in the home opener.
Rose was serenaded by “MVP! MVP!” chants down the stretch, and he certainly played like one, scoring eight in the final period.
Updated October 30, 2010
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