The Chicago Bulls struggled with their shooting in the second quarter and now they trail 51-43 against the Toronto Raptors going into halftime on Wednesday. The Bulls led by four points after the first quarter, but stumbled on both ends in the second quarter.
After shooting fairly well in the first period, the Bulls shot just 7-of-24 (29 percent) in the second quarter, also struggling with keeping possession, too. With ten turnovers in the first half, the Bulls were uncharacteristically sloppy without their star player.
Luol Deng leads the Bulls with 15 points and five rebounds while C.J. Watson has knocked down a pair of three-pointers en route to ten points. DeMar DeRozan leads the Raptors with 15 points on 7-of-13 shooting, and Jose Calderon has added six assists while leading the Toronto offense.
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