Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - The 76ers found a way to turn out the lights on
a Bulls team trying to rally without Derrick Rose.
They shot 'em out.
Jrue Holiday, Lou Williams and Evan Turner combined to score 65 points Tuesday
night and Philadelphia shot almost 60 percent to beat Chicago 109-92 and even
their first-round series at a game apiece.
The Bulls won the series opener on Saturday but lost the reigning MVP Rose for
the rest of the season to a torn knee ligament.
Game 3 is Friday in Philadelphia.
The Sixers shot better than 68 percent while outscoring the Bulls 36-14 in a
third quarter punctuated by alley-oop dunks and 11 fast-break points.
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