OAKLAND, Calif., March 16 (UPI) -- Luol Deng
was one of three Chicago players to reach 20 points Friday, sending the Bulls to a big lead and an eventual 113-95 victory over Golden State.
Chicago outscored the Warriors by 21 points in the third period and had a 31-point advantage heading into the closing 12 minutes.
Deng had 23 points, Carlos Boozer added 21 and Nate Robinson contributed 20 for the Bulls, who had lost their previous two games.
Chicago hit 51 percent of its shots from the field and salvaged a victory in the final outing of a three-game road trip.
Jarrett Jack had 20 points for Golden State off the bench. The Warriors had won two in a row and lost at home for just the 10th time in 32 contests.
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