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It's the Bulls Podcast #28 and we've got Post Game vs the 76ers, A Tanking Motivational Guide for Fans, Who Should Remain a Bull Next Year? And a Preview of Upcoming Games!
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We’ve got a lot in store for you this episode. Including:

Post Game – Bulls vs 76ers
The Tank is OFF? A motivational guide for Fans
Who should remain a Bull next year?
Preview of upcoming games

Come TANK with us! We’ll be right back after this quick time-out…
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Post Game – Bulls vs 76ers
The Bulls played a highlight reel filled game vs the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday Night, pulling off a victory with the score of 108-107.
The Bulls high flying leading scorer continued to come into focus with 39 points, including the game winning driving score with 1.6 seconds left for a 108-107 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. It was the Bulls sixth win in the last nine games that includes victories over hard charging Finals contenders Philadelphia and Boston.
Robin Lopez continued his scoring mastery with 19 points and nine rebounds and Otto Porter Jr. added 15 points and a team best matching nine rebounds. Former Bull Jimmy Butler led the 76ers with 22 points, including two free throws with 4.8 seconds left that appeared like it would save the 76ers from losing after leading by 10 points in the fourth quarter. But LaVine took a dribble handoff from Lopez, the 76ers blew the defensive switch and LaVine flew down the lane for the deciding layup, pumping his fist in exhilaration as he also was fouled. Though he missed the free throw. But in Butler’s two appearances in the United Center since his trade, LaVine has outplayed Butler down the stretch leading to a pair of Bulls victories.
In a strange occurrence, the Bulls actually had to replay the last .5 seconds TWICE. Lavine and Lopez had already done post game interviews and Otto Porter was actually “mid-stride” in submitting urine for a league drug test and couldn’t return to the floor.
All in all, this was a fantastic win to add to the season with several highlights that are destined to be on the season-long highlight reel.
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