Pistons Vs. Bulls Score Update: Chicago Leads 28-25 After One

The Chicago Bulls lead the Detroit Pistons 28-25 after the first quarter tonight at the United Center. Shooting guard Richard Hamilton is active and in uniform tonight in what should be his first game back from a shoulder injury, but Hamilton didn't start and has not played through the first quarter.

Power forward Carlos Boozer has seven points and six rebounds to lead Chicago. Small forward Luol Deng has six points, while center Joakim Noah has four rebounds (all offensive), three assists, and six points at the end of one.

The Pistons were led by rookie point guard Brandon Knight, who finished the quarter with eight points. Tayshaun Prince had six points in the quarter for Detroit and Austin Daye had five.

Chicago out-rebounded the Pistons 13-3 in the first quarter. Which is hilarious.

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