The Chicago Bulls came out looking to erase the memory of Saturday's blowout loss to the Atlanta Hawks, and so far, all signs are pointing to Tom Thibodeau's crew getting back to their winning ways. The Bulls charged ahead of the Detroit Pistons during the second quarter on Monday to take a 43-34 lead at half at the United Center.
Carlos Boozer leads the Bulls with 12 points and five rebounds on 5-of-7 shooting in the first half. Boozer did the majority of his damage on outside jumpers. Kyle Korver came off the bench to hit a pair of three-points for the Bulls. Derrick Rose (nine points, five assists) and Ronnie Brewer (eight points) also helped pace the Chicago offense.
Detroit was led by small forward Tayshaun Prince, who scored nine points on 4-of-9 shooting.
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