The Chicago Bulls stood their ground against Cleveland Cavaliers, winning by 99:93. A close match that could’ve gone both ways was wrapped up by the night’s MVP Nikola Mirotić.

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With the absence of Dwayne Wade, the Bulls were basing their game on Butler, while Mirotić and Lopez were able to keep the balance for their team.

On the other hand, LeBron James carried the Cavs with his double-double of 26pts, 10 rebs. Cleveland seemed as the more concrete team during the first half, helped by Chicago’s lack of shooting precision.

The 22k visitors at United Center had the chance to watch a quality match, in which MVP Nikola Mirotić scored 28 points.  The defensive aspect was undoubtedly the key for the Bulls, as confirmed by the Montenegrin guard.

Chicago is now within one game of  the Eastern Conference’s final spot in the playoffs. This means Cleveland is left with 6/10 for the month of March.

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