In a battle between Eastern Conference foes on opposite ends of the spectrum, the Chicago Bulls defeated the Charlotte Bobcats by a score of 105-75. Chicago moves to 32-23, while Charlotte drops to 13-42.
So how did it all go down?
Joakim Noah led the Bulls by nearly securing a triple-double. Taj Gibson offered all the necessary support, as he picked up 17 points in 18 minutes.
That was just a minor aspect of a phenomenal effort by the Chicago bench.
Just one night after the Bulls committed 26 turnovers against the Miami Heat, they coughed it up just six times against the Bobcats. They also made 50.6 percent of their shots and posted a dominant defensive performance, which led them to a big W.
So how shall we grade this 30-point blowout for Chicago?