Revenge was sweet, as the Bulls (40-31) made sure their second game against the Pacers (51-20) in four days went better than the first meeting, avenging last Friday’s road loss with a simila
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There's really no good time to play one of the NBA's best teams, but the Bulls may be catching the Indiana Pacers at their lowest point of the year tonight on CSN.
Joakim Noah scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds, while Jimmy Butler added 17 points, eight rebounds and six assists as the Bulls knocked off the lowly Philadelphia 76ers, 91-81, Saturday n
INDIANAPOLIS—Taj Gibson didn’t pull any punches about the game he said he expected to be a “slugfest” heading into it and lived up to its billing.