Derrick Rose Sends Chicago Bulls to Overtime Victory Against Houston Rockets

December 5th, 2010 by Rami Abboud Leave a reply »
The Bulls were down by three points to the Houston Rockets in the closing seconds of Saturday night's game at the United Center. 

Derrick Rose was visibly frustrated by prior no-calls that did not go his way and took the ball down the floor and drilled the game-tying three-pointer as time in regulation expired. 

He went on to score the key baskets in overtime in the Bulls 119-116 victory over Luis Scola, Brad Miller and the Rockets.

Rose was simply outstanding.  He managed to score 30 points on 13-of-28 shooting despite not attempting a single free throw.  It was a spectacular offensive barrage from the Bulls' 22-year-old point guard. 

He has upped his three-point percentage this season to 35.7 percent after a 4-of-6 shooting game from beyond the arch on Saturday night. 

To add to the fun, Carlos Boozer came through with a break-out performance for Chicago.  He had a 25-point and nine-rebound effort and showed off some nice post moves down low. 

Boozer scored the first six points of the contest for Chicago and was the only Bulls' starter with whom the team ...

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