Final: Bulls 102 - Sixers 94
Chicago: Joakim Noah - 14 Pts, 10 Reb, 6 Ast
Philadelphia: Thaddeus Young - 24 Pts, 4 Reb, 2 Ast
- Four of the five Bulls starters scored 12 or more points with Taj Gibson scoring 19 points and D.J. Augustin leading all Bulls with 20 points off the bench.
- The loss drops the 76ers to 12-16 when shooting 45.0% or better from the field as they shot 45.7% from the field.
- Chicago was lethal from beyond the arc shooting 53.3% (8-for-15) while the Sixes hoisted up their fair share going 11-for-24 (45.8%).
- Michael Carter-Williams was solid scoring 16 points, grabbing nine rebounds and dishing out seven assists.
- Tony Wroten also played strong for the Sixers scoring 17 points, dishing out seven assists and grabbing six rebounds.
- Jimmy Butler played 46 of the 48 minutes for the Bulls.
- The Sixers are 2-42 when trailing at halftime this season.
- Chicago moves to 26-2 when scoring 96 or more points in a game.
- Sixers extended it's franchise-record losing streak to 22 games approaching the Philadelphia professional sports record for most consecutive losses at 23 set by the 1961 Phillies.
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