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Morning Box Score: Bulls Tripped Up In Philly

By Chuck Sudo in News on Feb 2, 2012 2:55PM

2011_11_26_bulls_logo.jpg Philadelphia 98, Bulls 82

Doug Collins has his 76ers firing on all cylinders, as evident with last night's easy win against the injury-riddled Bulls. Two key stats to pull from last night's contest. The Sixers had an astounding 21-4 advantage in fast break points, and they had the Bulls on their heels for much of the game. The Bulls also fell to 6-5 against teams with a winning record this season. Even with the injuries—Rip Hamilton was scratched from last night's game and won't return until his groin injury is sufficiently healed—this is a number to monitor. Philadelphia's Andre Iguodala was the star of the game with 19 points and nine rebounds. CJ Watson led the Bulls with 20 points while Derrick Rose was the only Bulls Starter in double figures with 18 points. Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah, who need to step up their games with Hamilton and Luol Deng out with injuries, combined for 11 points and 16 rebounds.