There wasn’t a stingier team on defense than the Chicago Bulls during the season. So they weren’t thrilled after their playoff opener against the Indiana Pacers.
It was not exactly the formula they drew up beforehand but a win is a win as the Bulls defeated the Pacers 104-99. The Bulls did not have their first lead until 48 seconds remained when Kyle Korver hit a three point field goal. Korver definitely had his shooting eye as he was 4/4 from behind the arc.
Dominant during the regular season, Derrick Roseand the Chicago Bulls are in unfamiliar territory as the playoffs begin. Expectations are soaring, and it’s not hard to see why.
Just a day after the Indiana Pacers suffered a 110-89 loss to the Chicago Bulls, the Pacers decided to fire their coach Jim O’Brien.
The Chicago Bulls dominated the court against the Indiana Pacers. Derrick Rose’s ulcers that have kept him from a solid meal for several days didn’t seem to affect his performance much either. However, the victory came at a price as Taj Gibson suffered a late injury.
The Chicago Bulls were leading the Indiana Pacers into the fourth quarter before Taj Gibson had to leave the game.
The Chicago Bulls are dominating the Central Division and facing he second place Pacers was no challenge to them. Chicago took an early lead and kept it.
Carlos Boozer had 22 points and 18 rebounds to lead Chicago to a 92-73 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Monday night, the Bulls’ sixth straight win.
(WSCR) – Despite Joakim Noak missing his second game in a row due to the flu, the Bulls dominated the Pacers. Luol Deng led the Bulls with 29 points and eight rebounds.