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Mike Dunleavy scored 27 points, Jimmy Butler added 23 and the Chicago Bulls held off a furious Philadelphia 76ers rally to win their fourth straight game, 118-115, at the Wells Fargo Center Friday night. The Bulls, who were without Derrick Rose (ankles ...
Bleacher Report · ByMatthew Schmidt · 11/7/2014
PHILADELPHIA - With one misstep, Joakim Noah crashed down on his side and clutched his sprained left ankle. Already reeling without Derrick Rose, the top-seeded Chicago Bulls now hold their breath waiting on Noah's fate for the rest of the first-round …
The Huffington Post · 5/5/2012
Spencer Hawes scored 21 points, grabbed nine rebounds and hit the go-ahead jumper late in the fourth quarter to help the Philadelphia 76ers rally to beat the Chicago Bulls 79-74 on Friday night and take a 2-1 lead in their Eastern Conference playoff series.
NBC Philadelphia · ByDan Gelston · 5/5/2012
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Spencer Hawes scored 21 points, grabbed nine rebounds and hit a go-ahead jumper late in the fourth quarter to help the Philadelphia 76ers rally to beat the Chicago Bulls 79-74 last night and take a 2-1 lead in their Eastern Conference playoff series.
The Columbus Dispatch · 5/5/2012
PHILADELPHIA -- After losing the first two games of their Eastern Division semifinal playoff series to the Chicago Bulls, the Philadelphia 76ers vowed to push the National Basketball Association's hottest team to the brink. The Sixers did just that last ...
Baltimore Sun · ByDon Markus · 5/11/1991
Already reeling without Derrick Rose, the top-seeded Chicago Bulls now hold their breath waiting on Noah's fate for the rest of the first-round series. The Bulls can't afford any more injuries to their stars - or else the surprising 76ers could be the team ...
KOLO 8 NewsNow · 5/5/2012
Philadelphia — Rookie Michael Carter-Williams had 26 points and 10 assists and Spencer Hawes added 18 points and 11 rebounds as the Philadelphia 76ers continued their stunning start to the season, beating the Chicago Bulls 107-104 on Saturday night.
Syracuse Post-Standard · 11/3/2013
PHILADELPHIA -- With one misstep, Joakim Noah crashed down on his side and clutched his sprained left ankle. Already reeling without Derrick Rose, the top-seeded Chicago Bulls now hold their breath waiting on Noah's fate for the rest of the first-round …
ESPN · ByKevin Arnovitz · 5/5/2012
“This is a very unexpected start,” 76ers coach Brett Brown conceded ... It wasn’t official until the Bulls’ Luol Deng clanged a 3-point attempt from the left wing. The result of Deng’s miss was a tied-up defensive rebound that went for a jump ...
Delaware County Daily Times · 11/3/2013
PHILADELPHIA — Spencer Hawes scored 21 points, grabbed nine rebounds and hit the go-ahead jumper late in the fourth quarter to help the Philadelphia 76ers rally to beat the Chicago Bulls 79-74 on Friday night and take a 2-1 lead in their Eastern ...
Penn Live · 5/4/2012