The Chicago Bulls (25-16) launched a furious fourth-quarter rally to outlast the visiting 16-26 Detroit Pistons, 85-82, on Wednesday night.
The Bulls trailed in this one by 17 points, but they came alive behind the hot hand of Nate Robinson in the fourth.
Joakim Noah made a nice save, which Marco Belinelli deposited in the hoop with just seven seconds left. After the Pistons missed two threes, the Bulls had the win. The Bulls have now beaten the Pistons 17 straight times.
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Player of the Game: Joakim Noah
Noah had a modest night from the field, hitting just 3-of-8 shots and finishing with 10 points.
However, he also supplied his typical stellar defense and pulled down an impressive 18 boards. He also added two assists, two steals and a block.
This was the first of three-game road trip for the Pistons. They are now off to Miami for a Friday game against the Heat, and then on to Orlando to take on the Magic on Sunday.
The Bulls finished off the third game of a four-game homestand. They will host the Golden State Warriors on Friday.