The Chicago Bulls are trailing 69-62 against the Toronto Raptors after three quarters on Wednesday night. The Bulls don't have starting point guard Derrick Rose as he recovers from a groin injury, and the offense has struggled a good deal in his absence.
Turnovers have been an issue tonight for the Bulls, as they've turned the ball over 13 times while forcing just six. The Raptors haven't done anything from long range tonight, making just one three-pointer, but they've neutralized Chicago's rebounding advantage while making shots inside.
Luol Deng has 15 points to lead the Bulls but failed to score in the third quarter, C.J. Watson has 13 points and Ronnie Brewer has 12 points. DeMar DeRozan leads the Raptors with 21 points on 10-of-21 shooting while former Bull James Johnson has added 12 points.
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