DeRozan relishing Bulls win as Jazz lose unbeaten status
Utah Jazz fell in Chicago (107-99) with a stunning performance from DeMar DeRozan, who notched 32 points for the Bulls.
The Utah Jazz fell in Chicago (107-99) with a solid performance from DeMar DeRozan, author of 32 points for the Bulls instrumental in the final score.
DeRozan posted his best total this season and Zach LaVine who scored 26 points before relinquishing his place with a sprained thumb were pivotal in a solid Bulls display.
The loss of Patrick Williams who with his injured wrist and set to miss the rest of the regular season, didn't seem to have affected the morale of the Bulls.
Rudy Gobert (17 pts, 19 rebounds, 3 blocks) was not enough for the Jazz, who succumbed to the fury of the Bulls between the third and the fourth quarter by conceding an 18-5. Utah rallied to come back to 5 points, but Nikola Vucevic (16 pts) was instrumental in pushing Chicago over the line.