The Chicago Bulls got a convincing 97-58 victory over the Atlanta Hawks Monday night to improve to 21-15 on the season. This was an impressive win by the Bulls and a dismal performance by Atlanta as they only had one double digit performer and failed to score 60 points in an entire game, including only scoring 5 points in the second quarter. You can attribute the defense of the Bulls as part of the reason for the low scoring output of the Hawks but it was also just one of those games where shots don’t fall and nothing seems to go your teams way. The Hawks were held to 29.3% (24-82) from the floor, including 2-14 from behind the three point line.
The Bulls were led by Carlos Boozer who had 20 points to go along with 13 rebounds as well as Luol Deng who had 18 points and Joakim Noah who had 16 rebounds. This was a solid win by the Bulls as they played well on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball and will look to continue this type of play in the games to come.
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