Bulsl Gibson and Pacers Foster go for rebound in Chicago
Chicago Bulls forward Taj Gibson (22) and Indiana Pacers center Jeff Foster go for a rebound during the fourth quarter of game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at the United Center on April 16, 2011 in Chicago. The Bulls won 104-99. UPI/Brian Kersey
LeBron James scored 27 points Monday and the Miami Heat took a commanding 3-1 second-round series lead with an 88-65 rout of Chicago.
Ray Allen led Miami with 21 points in 19 minutes Wednesday and the Heat rolled to an ill-tempered, 115-78 rout of Chicago that tied their playoff series.
DeMar DeRozan and Rudy Gay combined for 39 points Tuesday in the Toronto Raptors' 101-98 victory over injury-depleted Chicago.
Luol Deng netted 20 points Saturday and the Chicago Bulls beat Central Division rival Indiana 87-84 in their push for an Eastern Conference playoff spot.
Taj Gibson made 8-of-11 shots from the field Friday and paced a balanced attack that sent Chicago blasting by Charlotte 105-75.
Indiana's David West, Paul George and George Hill each provided at least 21 points for the Pacers Monday in their 111-101 win over Chicago.
Luol Deng fired in 25 points and grabbed 14 rebounds Saturday, helping Chicago overcome the absence of some key players in its 93-76 win over Atlanta.
Luol Deng's 33 points lifted Chicago to a huge lead Friday and the Bulls easily held on to defeat New York 108-101.
Carlos Boozer powered Chicago with 24 points and 11 rebounds Monday and the Bulls logged their third straight win with a 118-92 decision over Cleveland.
A pair of free throws by Luol Deng with 4.2 seconds remaining wrapped up Chicago's 96-94 victory over Orlando, the Magic's seventh straight loss.