Heat Vs. Bulls Score Update: Overtime Is Next After Regulation Ends In 84-84 Tie

The Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat are going to overtime after regulation ended in a 84-84 tie on Thursday night. A three-point shot by C.J. Watson with roughly two second left in the game tied things up after LeBron James made one of two shots at the free throw line.

Dwyane Wade was unable to put in a shot at the buzzer to give Miami the win, so now the two teams are in overtime to battle things out. The bench has been key for Chicago tonight as the starters, and specifically Derrick Rose, have somewhat struggled.

Watson and Kyle Korver have been huge for the Bulls, scoring 14 points apiece off the bench. Carlos Boozer has added 19 points and 11 rebounds in another gutty effort from Chicago. James leads the Heat with 30 points and Wade has 20.

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