* When leading a best-of-7 playoff series 3-1, the 76ers have a 9-2 series record (with an active 4-series winning streak) and a 4-7 Game 5 record. When trailing a best-of-7 playoff series 3-1, the Bulls have a 0-6 series record and a 1-5 Game 5 record.
* The Bulls, who have not shot better than 40 percent from the field in either game in Philly this series, have held the Sixers to under 40 percent shooting from the field in three of the four games this series.
* The Sixers have turned the ball over exactly nine times in each of their three victories this series. During the regular season, Philly averaged just 11.2 turnovers per game - the fewest in the NBA since the 1977-78 season.
* So far this series, the Sixers have made more free throws (84) than the Bulls have attempted (79).
* Taj Gibson blocked four shots in Game 4 - tied for the most by a bench player in a double-double performance in the playoffs since the 2000 playoffs.
* Jrue Holliday is averaging 21.0 points and 6.0 assists on 47.9 percent shooting from the field over his last three games this series.
* The last time the Bulls and Sixers played a playoff game in Philadelphia (May 12, 1991), three different Bulls (Michael Jordan 25, Horace Grant 22 and Scottie Pippen 20) scored at least 20 points for the Bulls in a 101-85 win.
* When tied 1-1 in a best-of-7 NBA playoff series, the Chicago Bulls have a 11-6 series record and a 13-4 Game 3 record, while the Philadelphia 76ers have a 7-12 series record and a 10-9 Game 3 record.
* The Sixers finished the regular season with four consecutive losses at home, tying (also February 8-29) for their longest home losing streak of the season.
* Over the Bulls' last 18 road games, they have allowed 100 points in regulation just once (104 points vs. Bucks on March 7).
* The 25 fast break points scored by Philadelphia in Game 2 were the most allowed by the Bulls in the playoffs since the 2005 postseason.
* Jrue Holiday's 26 points in Game 2 were the second most (30 vs. Bulls on March 17) he has scored since the beginning of the regular season.
* Philadelphia has gone down 0-2 in eight of its last nine best-of-7 postseason series. Chicago, meanwhile, is 2-2 in its last four Game 2s after winning Game 1.
* The 76ers have now lost six straight road playoff games, their last win coming back on April 19, 2009 (100-98 at Orlando).
* In their last six home playoff games, the Bulls have held opponents to 82.2 points, 24.3 percent shooting from three-point range and outrebounded them by 7.2 boards per contest.
* Elton Brand had 15 points on 7-for-10 shooting in the first half of Game 1, but was held to just four points on 1-for-5 from the field after halftime.
* Richard Hamilton had 19 points in Chicago's Game 1 win. Including this contest, the Bulls are 6-1 this season when he has at least 19 points.
* With Derrick Rose (knee) out, look for C.J. Watson to make his first career postseason start. The Bulls are 17-8 in Watson's starts so far in 2011-12.