The Bulls fell behind the Cavaliers early, but rolled in the last three quarters and imposed their will to the tune of a 118-92 victory.
Carlos Boozer has been on fire for the Bulls of late, racking up five straight double-doubles, keying Chicago's recent hot streak, claiming victories in four of the last five games.
The Cavaliers rushed out to a 10-point lead against the Bulls at home in the first quarter, but Carlos Boozer and Chicago dominated the final three stanzas, pulling out a big victory over Cleveland.
There's a debate at the top, but one thing's for certain: The Spurs' age will simply never get the best of them.
Are the Bulls being overly cautious with Derrick Rose's return to the court? David Kaplan poses that question on Monday's CTL.
Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf joins nine-time All-Star Gary Payton and former league executive Russ Granik on the list of those leading the list of nominees for the Hall of Fame class of 2013.
Despite only being 25 years old, Daequan Cook -- who has six years of NBA play under his belt -- brings experience to the Bulls.
The Bulls have been on quite the roller coaster lately, but since the new year, the team has found some rhythm, going on to defeat the Orlando Magic and Miami Heat.
While the Heat has had success using a strategy that features a smaller, quicker lineup to get them into a transition game, the Bulls have a formula of their own and it proved successful in Friday night's win.
Carlos Boozer put up Herculean numbers against the Heat on Friday in the Bulls big win in Miami. His teammates recognized the contribution as Boozer showed a glimpse of what his detractors have expected of him.