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Miami's Historic Win Streak Finally Ends

Bulls dethrone them in physical contest

(Newser) - The streak is over. The big prize is still out there. That's what mattered most to LeBron James and the Miami Heat. The Heat's bid for NBA history ended last night when their 27-game winning streak was snapped by the Chicago Bulls, 101-97, setting off a raucous celebration... More »

Gordon's Free Throws Lift Bulls to Win

Chicago snaps six-game road losing streak

(Newser) - Ben Gordon made five clutch free throws down the stretch and Larry Hughes scored 19 of his 25 points in the second half against his former team, rallying the Chicago Bulls to a 101-98 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers tonight. The Bulls, with nothing to play for, came back from... More »

LeBron Shines Again, But Bulls Best Cavs

Chicago's third-quarter run sparks 107-96 win over Cleveland

(Newser) - King James tried his best, but Cleveland was unable to overcome the Bulls tonight, losing 107-96. Just one day after scoring 50 points in New York, he netted another 39 in Chicago. Ben Gordon and Luol Deng each scored 23 points for the Bulls, with most of their damage coming... More »

Vujacic, Kobe Take Down Bulls 103-91

Raptors win the battle of dismal shooting over Clippers 80-77

(Newser) - For the second time this season, the Lakers beat down on the team Kobe Bryant had not-so-secretly wished to join, this time putting together a 103-91 teamwork win against the Bulls. Luol Deng had 26 points for the Bulls, but Kobe's 18 were supplemented by five other Lakers scoring in... More »

Bulls Start Slow Against Hawks, Finish Strong

Deng, Gordon help halt four-game losing streak in 90-78 home win

(Newser) - Despite another sluggish start, with the aid of Luol Deng's 22 points and Ben Gordon's 21 the Bulls last night pulled out a solid 90-78 win against Atlanta, their third on the season, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. With the win, the Bulls snapped a four-game skid, coming back from an... More »

Nets Take Home Opener From Bulls in OT

Chicago piles up fouls, turnovers; Jefferson leads way for NJ

(Newser) - The Nets took their season opener from the Bulls in overtime, 112-103.  It was their 12th straight win over Chicago on home court, causing the Bulls' Ben Gordon to say after, "I don't know what it is about this place."  Nets leading scorer Richard Jefferson, reports... More »

Bulls Young Guns Take Heat

Chicago's young guns demoralize Heat, 107-89

(Newser) - The Bulls became the playoffs' first team to exceed 100 points, and Luol Deng did a convincing Dwyane Wade impression in dominating the fourth quarter, scoring 14 and 26 overall. Wade and Shaq, Miami's stars, were subdued in the latest setback to their defense of last year's championship. Chicago shot... More »

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