Saturday, November 21, 2015

BULLS 94 WARRIORS 106 F...BUTLER goes for a game-high 28 points but it was DUBS doing what DUBS does down the stretch to move to 14-0!..."WEST SIDE Story Report" as the BULLS had the "CHAMPS" near the Ropes but could not get the Knockout Punch! #CHIvsGSW #BullsNation #Dubs24-7-365 #SeeRed #StrengthInNumbers #WestSideStoryReport

The Chicago Bulls were the last team to beat the Warriors on Planet Oracle and without PG Derrick Rose the Bulls had a tall order on Friday Night to repeat the feat! The Warriors trying to make history on Sunday versus the Denver Nuggets needed to get by the then 8-3 Bulls and move to 14-0. After the smoke cleared it was Dubs one win away from hitting the NBA History Books and the Bulls falling to 8-4.

It was 50-47 at the break as the Bulls for the most part has their house and game plan in order. Then after three it was 77-73 "Dubs" as the Bulls Jimmy Butler had 23 at the end of three with the Warriors being led by Steph Curry's 18.

It came down to making plays and turning turnovers into buckets and all that noise at least down the stretch went to Golden State. Chicago had the game tied at 89-89 right under the 6 minute mark and G.S.W. closed on a 17-5 run capped off by back to back Harrison Barnes money balls pushing a 96-92 lead to a 102-92 lead with 41 seconds remaining.

Curry who had a team-high 27 points capped off the "W" with four straight free throws as G.S.W. would win going away by the score 106-94 as that score was no indication and how close the game really was.  Joining Curry was Barnes (20 pts 9 rebs) and Klay Thomspon's 15.

Joining the Bulls Jimmy Butler's game-high 28 was double-doubles by both Niko Mirotic (18 pots 10 rebs) and Pau Gasol (14 pts 10- rebs) with Captain Kirk Hinrich adding 17 starting at the PG slot for D-Rose. Chicago will get Rip City in the 503 on Tuesday Night as "Dubs" will be on ESPN Sunday Night going for 15-0...

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