Brooklyn, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Jimmy Butler scored 11 of his 15 points in
a decisive third quarter that propelled the Chicago Bulls to a 95-78 victory
over the Brooklyn Nets on Christmas Day.
Taj Gibson led six Bulls players in double figures with 20 points off the
bench. Carlos Boozer had 14 points and both Mike Dunleavy and reserve D.J.
Augustin contributed 13 points apiece for Chicago, which has won consecutive
games for the first time since season-best five-game run from Nov. 8-18.
Deron Williams scored 18 points to pace the Nets, who have dropped four games
in a row.
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