Detroit never trailed in the game and led from the 7:03 mark of the first quarter on.
"From the moment the ball went up they dominated us all over the floor at almost every spot," said Bulls coach Scott Skiles. "We had no answer for them early. They got all over the glass, they got second-chance points and we couldn't get back in transition. When you let that team start feeling good about themselves, you're in for a long night."
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