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Get a closer look at last night's win as the Dubs get ready to wrap up this road trip in Detroit on Friday 👀 #DubNation
For #TBT, we're looking back at Great Clips in Pacers History. In 2003, Jermaine O'Neal hit this gamewinner against the Detroit Pistons.
"It was definitely the hardest thing I've had to do in my career."
Tony Parker and the squad reflect on his journey back to the court:
"This is the only way I would spend Thanksgiving Day. Birthdays, Christmas..I’m doing my favorite thing." Go behind the scenes as Zach LaVine begins practicing with the team and gets ready for his Bulls debut:
"He loves blocking shots in transition ... he seems to get one every game." - Coach Pop on Danny Green
It only takes one. The Bulls once had one. The Cavs do now. Golden State has three. The Indiana Pacers even have one, the closer, Victor Oladipo, who scored the Pacers last four points, six of their last 10, and 11 fourth quarter points and two steals in the last two minutes in the Pacers devastatin...
FINAL: Indiana 98 Bulls 96. (Bulls 3-20, 1-12 on the road) LEADING SCORERS: Bulls: Dunn: 18. Indiana: Oladipo: 27.LEADING REBOUNDERS: Bulls: Markkanen: 8. Pacers: Young: 9LEADING ASSISTS: Bulls: Dunn: 6. Pacers: Turner: 6. KEYS TO THE GAME: The Bulls imploded in the fourth quarter. One made a field?...