Brooklyn Nets vs. Chicago Bulls: Game 6 Postgame Grades and Analysis

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Brooklyn Nets vs. Chicago Bulls: Game 6 Postgame Grades and Analysis
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It's back to Brooklyn we go.

The Brooklyn Nets won their second straight game against the Chicago Bulls, 95-92, tying their best-of-seven series up at three games apiece and keeping their hopes of becoming just the ninth team in NBA history to successfully come back from a 3-1 deficit.

Deron Williams and the Nets took a six-point lead into the half before coming out cold in the third quarter (15 points). The Bulls were only able to score 17 points of their own, though, and entered the fourth down four.

Chicago found itself within one with less than 20 seconds to go, but after two Andray Blatche free throws, the Bulls were unable to get a high percentage look at a three to tie.

And now, it's back to the Barclays Center, where the Nets will look to add further insult to the Bulls' many injuries, and Chicago will hope to limp its way to the victory it couldn't get here.

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