Miami, FL (Sports Network) - Carlos Boozer tallied 27 points and 12 rebounds
and the Chicago Bulls limited the Miami Heat to a season-low scoring total at
home during a 96-89 triumph over the defending world champions at American
Joakim Noah, returning from a one-game absence due to illness, amassed 13
points and 12 rebounds to help the Bulls to a third victory in their last four
games. Nate Robinson also finished with 13 points for Chicago, while Kirk
Hinrich had 10 along with eight assists.
LeBron James, who battled through a bruised right knee, led all players with
30 points, but the Heat went just 5-of-20 from 3-point range. They were
outrebounded by a 48-28 margin and were held under the 90-point mark for the
first time at home and only the fourth overall this season. They are 0-4 in
Miami, which had a five-game home winning streak snapped, also received 22
points from Dwyane Wade and 14 out of Chris Bosh.
The Sports Network