Chicago Bulls Defeat Washington Wizards: Derrick Rose Bests John Wall

November 14th, 2010 by Rami Abboud Leave a reply »
The Chicago Bulls (5-3) bested a Washington Wizards team (2-6) that looked indecisive and lethargic, 103-96, on Saturday night at the United Center.

It was Kirk Hinrich’s first regular season game back in Chicago since he was traded on Draft day.  He received a warm applause from Bulls’ fans during introductions, and after a video tribute was shown on the big screen during the first time-out of the opening quarter. 

"I love Chicago," Hinrich said before the game.  "It’s a great city. It’s really my home."

He did a great job on Derrick Rose at the beginning of the game, holding him to 1-for-8 shooting in the period, after making his opening shot.

The Bulls looked a little bit weak on the defensive glass for the second game in a row by allowing 17.  JaVale McGee made his presence known by blocking four shots and throwing down a reverse alley-oop dunk (making Kyle Korver look silly). 

Unfortunately for the Wizards, Taj Gibson blocked five shots of his own.  He also had five offensive rebounds (seven total) an ...

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