Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls Overcome Double-Digit Deficit to Beat Pacers

Game 1: Chicago Bulls 104, Indiana Pacers 99

I don't know if you decided to leave the United Center early or turn the channel to something else.

But if you did, shame on you.

So what if the Bulls trailed by 10 late in the fourth quarter? As long as they have Derrick Rose, they have a chance, and you should know that by now.

Just as he's done all year, D-Rose carried Chicago from the jaws of defeat to victory. He had 39 points, the last four of which put the Bulls on top.

After tying the game with his signature floating shot, he set up Kyle Korver for a wide-open three-pointer to put Chicago up 102-99. Then Rose sinked two free throws to put the game away.

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