Heat vs Bulls Game 1 Eastern Finals: Chicago Bulls wins over Miami Heat (103-82)

By on May 16, 2011 in Basketball, Sports, United States Comments

Chicago Bulls won the Game 1 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals, with the final score of 103-82 on Sunday night, May 15, 2011 held in Chicago.



Derrick Rose (1) and the rest of Chicago Bulls
celebrates Game 1 win on Sunday, May 14

Image Credit: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

As shown live at ABS-CBN, Chicago Bulls dominated the second half of the NBA Eastern Finals Game 1 of the best-of-seven series (1-0), held at Atlanta Center in Chicago.

Derrick Rose, the 2011 NBA MVP, lead the Bulls with a total of 28 points, including three three-points shot, as the Chicago Bulls went successful in their tough defense.

The first quarter of Game 1 was a close fight, with a score of 23-20 as the Miami Heat lead by 3 points, while the second quarter ended in tie 48-48.

However, the Bulls started to heat up on the third quarter and made a 10-0 run and ending it with 24 points and only 15 points for the Heat, 72-63, as Luol Deng was able to contained LeBron James and made 21 points.

Finally, Chicago Bulls went on fire in the last quarter making 31 points as Miami Heat had trouble finishing off 19 points only, as the Bulls beat the Heat ending the game with a 21-point lead.

For the Miami Heat, Chris Bosh made the highest score 30 points; Dwyane Wade scored 18 points, while LeBron James finished off with 15 points only.

The Miami Heat vs Chicago Bulls Game 2 will be on Wednesday, May 18 also in Chicago.



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