With the bright lights of the 2013 NBA playoffs shining down upon them, the Chicago Bulls hosted the Brooklyn Nets in Game 3 of their first-round series.
The Nets took Game 1 in surprisingly commanding fashion, winning 106-89 and blowing the Bulls out of the Barclays Center. In Game 2, however, the Bulls exacted a measure of revenge by playing dominant team defense en route to a 90-82 victory.
For Game 3, the action shifted back to Chicago.
With the chance to take a 2-1 series lead, both teams were in dire need of a series-altering victory. To make this more intriguing, the Nets and Bulls split their regular-season meetings in Chicago.
So who took the lead? Check out the video provided above to find out.
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