NBA: Charlotte Hornets at Golden State Warriors

3rd Quarter

Like always, a team led by Thibodeau, the Bulls never gave up. They came out of the third and brought the lead down to five. After the timeout, they continued to play ferociously and took the lead on a Pau Gasol alley-oop lay in. Curry looked like a pinball getting bounced around but got no love from the officials. Green continued to stroke the long ball and regained the lead at 74-72 on his fifth triple. The game teetered back and forth. The Bulls took a one point lead into the fourth. Draymond had 21 points to lead all scorers.

4th Quarter

The bench came out and gave the starters a comfortable rest. They pushed the lead to 87-82 forcing the Bulls to call a timeout. Speights created his own highlight with an emphatic facial dunk. The Warriors went to their deadliest attack, the long ball. Thompson and Green’s back-to-back threes quickly moved the lead to eight. They began to pull away with momentum after an Iggy dunk. Green continued to get open looks and he continued to score. Green increased his career high to 31. Speights stayed in to finish the game for the Dubs. Warriors won 112-102 behind Draymond’s career high.

Final Bulls Boxscore