Just when the Chicago Bulls thought they would run away with the game in the third quarter against the San Antonio Spurs, a legend reared his head. Tim Duncan went off in the third for San Antonio to help the Spurs grab a 66-65 lead over Chicago as the two teams head into the fourth quarter.
Duncan already has 16 points, 10 rebounds, and two blocks, and even beat the Bulls' vaunted defense down-court for a transition slam. San Antonio's starting backcourt of Tony Parker and Danny Green has also played well. Parker and Green each have 11 points.
Derrick Rose is leading the Bulls with 23 points. Center Joakim Noah has 10 points and 10 rebounds through three quarters.