The Bulls had a disappointing night in D.C., scoring just 29 points in the second half as their three-game win streak came to an end Saturday night.
Carlos Boozer didn't have a very memorably night Saturday in D.C., as the Bulls suffered a disappointing loss and the power forward was called for a questionable flagrant foul.
The Bulls couldn't match lowly Washington Saturday night, falling to the 11-31 Wizards 86-73 thanks to a rough offensive night that saw Chicago score just 11 points in the third quarter and 29 points in the second half.
The Bulls have won three straight and six of the last seven games and they look to stay hot against the lowly Washington Wizards, who have actually been better of late with star John Wall back from injury.
Joakim Noah, Carlos Boozer and Jimmy Butler were key to the Bulls' big win over Golden State -- one of the top teams in the country -- as each member of the frontcourt trio tallied a double-double in the victory.
Highlights from Bulls' 103-87 victory over the Warriors at the United Center Friday night.
Kirk Hinrich had 25 points as he continues his recent hot streak, leading the Bulls to a big win over visiting Golden State. Three Bulls -- Jimmy Butler, Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah -- had double-doubles.
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Since straining his right hamstring, Luol Deng has already had to sit out of three games. While Tom Thibodeau says he may play tonight, the chances of that happening aren't looking good.