The Miami Heat looked to get back to their winning ways on Thursday night against a struggling Chicago Bulls squad. LeBron James and Co. had their 10-game win streak snapped by the Pistons their last time out, but faced a Bulls squad that had dropped six of its last seven games and looking lost without star point guard Derrick Rose.
In a very surprising result, the Bulls cruised to a 107-87 win over the Heat. Chicago dominated on the boards, out-rebounding Miami by 22, and were led by Carlos Boozer and Luol Deng's 47 combined points. LeBron James had a team-high 21 points for the Heat.
The Bulls are now a win away from .500 at 8-9, while the Heat dropped to 14-5.
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