Bulls vs Nets Game 5: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Brook Lopez scores 28 points and grabs 10 rebounds as the Nets beat the Bulls 110-91 in Game 5. Chicago leads the series 3-2.
The Nets stay alive and force a Game 6 with a 110-91 win over the Bulls.
It's a 10-1 Nets run.Bulls have not made a field goal in over 3 minutes.— Jeff Mangurten (@JeffGurt) April 30, 2013
Gerald Wallace with the steall and the stuff on the other end. That might do it with the Nets up 12 with 2:00 left.
And Gerald Wallace drains a 3-pointer to put the Nets up 10.— Tim Bontemps (@TimBontemps) April 30, 2013
Brook Lopez's 6 offensive rebounds tonight have led to 6 Nets points. They lead by 7.— Jeff Mangurten (@JeffGurt) April 30, 2013
Deron Williams finds a cutting Brook Lopez for the And-1 dunk.
The Nets lead by 3 halfway through the 4th quarter.
Flagrant one. Probably a good call. Big potential swing for the Nets if Blatche can make these and they score on the possession.— Tim Bontemps (@TimBontemps) April 30, 2013
Belinelli is called for a flagrant foul on Blatche. It is being reviewed.
Lopez coming back in after sitting first five minutes of fourth quarter.— Stefan Bondy (@NYDNInterNets) April 30, 2013
Belinelli hits from just inside the 3-point line to make it a 1-point game.
Bulls did not allow more than 20 offensive rebounds in any game this season. Nets have 17 early in the 4th.— Jeff Mangurten (@JeffGurt) April 30, 2013
Deng hits a beautiful step-back with the shot clock winding down.
Deron Williams was 6-10, 17 pts against Nate Robinson. He's 0-3 since the Bulls switched Jimmy Butler on to him— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 30, 2013
The Nets hold a 4-point lead as we head into the 4th. Lopez leads the way with 23 points while Nate Robinson has 16 for Chicago.
Derrick Rose's backup's backup has played all but 3 minutes and the Nets lead by 4 heading into the 4th.— Beckley Mason (@BeckleyMason) April 30, 2013
Deng hits the fadeaway just before the end of the 3rd quarter.
Timeout with the Nets up 5 late in the 3rd.
For it being such a physical series, nobody on either team ever seems to think they committed a foul.— Tim Bontemps (@TimBontemps) April 30, 2013
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