In Game 2 of their first-round series, the Chicago Bulls and Brooklyn Nets took center stage in the 2013 NBA playoffs. After the Nets took Game 1 with a dominant 106-89 victory, the Bulls were in dire need of an equalizer.
Could they come through and head back to Chicago with the series all knotted up?
During Game 1, Deron Williams erupted for 22 points and seven assists, while Brook Lopez dropped in 21 points of his own for Brooklyn. Carlos Boozer responded with a marvelous 25-point performance for the Bulls, but Chicago was unable to match the Nets' 55.8 percent shooting from the floor.
Would it be more of the same in Game 2? Or did the Bulls quiet the crowd in Brooklyn to tie things up at 1-1?
Check the video above to find out.