Chicago Bulls: Ex-Jazz Players out-Jazz Utah, 111-97

March 10th, 2012 by Kelly Scaletta Leave a reply »
In perhaps the greatest testament yet to the depth of the Chicago Bulls, missing three starters and four key rotation players, the Bulls ripped the Utah Jazz tonight. 

Four words describe this victory. Hard. Hat. Lunch. Pail. It was a game of grit and the Bulls just played hard all game long and gradually left the Jazz in their dust before it was all over. 

Most notable was the performance of the three former Jazz players that are on the Chicago roster, each of whom stepped up big tonight to help the Bulls. Carlos Boozer had 27 points and eight assists.

Kyle Korver was passing out some serious hot sauce, hitting on six of his 11 three-point attempts, scoring 26 points and adding seven boards and six assists. That's his highest scoring output as a Bull.

Ronnie Brewer added 11 points, five rebounds and three assists. 

Derrick Rose had his typical MVP-caliber performance, scoring 24 points and adding 13 assists. 

The Bulls were without Richard Hamilton, who has been out with a shoulder contusion. They were without Luol Deng who was out with a torn ligament in his wrist. They were without Joakim Noah ...

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