Everyone expected the Chicago Bulls to have a tough time against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday afternoon without Derrick Rose, but they couldn't have expected anything like this. An absolutely brutal all-around performance has Chicago trailing 80-51 after three quarters in OKC in what's arguably the worst performance that the Bulls have had all season.
The Thunder positively dominated the third quarter, 31-12. Chicago struggled offensively from the beginning, but the bottom fell out after halftime. The Bulls are shooting just 30 percent from the field and they've turned the ball over ten times.
Kyle Korver leads the Bulls with 14 points, no other Chicago player has scored in double-digits. Russell Westbrook has been electric with 27 points, five assists and four steals, while Kevin Durant has put up 26 points and 10 rebounds.
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