Reeling Warriors hoping to recover against Bulls

After absorbing a 26-point drubbing at the hands of the visiting Brooklyn Nets late Wednesday night, the Eastern Conference-leading Chicago Bulls had a one-day buffer before the West-contending Golden State Warriors came to town Friday. Yes, the Bulls allowed a 22-0 run spanning the third and fourth quarters that allowed Brooklyn to pull away, but they’re still the same Chicago team that boasted the NBA’s third-best winning percentage entering Thursday. “It’s how we bounce back from it,” DeRozan said.
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