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Bulls Notes For Game 6 @ Philly

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stats inc.jpg* Chicago is coming off its 77-69 win over the 76ers in Game 5. The Bulls' 77 points marked their second lowest scoring output in a playoff win in franchise history (75 points in a win over Miami back on May 22, 1997). * The 76ers are 5-7 in Game 6 when leading a series 3-2, including a 0-2 record at home. * The Bulls have won just 3 of their last 14 road games in the playoffs, averaging just 93.0 points per game in the process. Chicago hasn't scored 100+ points in its last 10 road games in the postseason, tied for the third longest active streak in the NBA (Knicks 19, Bucks 17, and Orlando 10). * Philadelphia's bench is averaging 23.8 points per game this postseason on 40.0 percent from the floor; however the 76ers' bench has made just two of its 21 three-point attempts. * Jrue Holiday has scored just 16 points in each of the 76ers two losses this series connecting on 12 of his 35 attempts, this compared to his 21.0 points per game average on 47.9 percent from the floor in their three wins. * Luol Deng recorded a game-high 24 points in the Bulls' Game 5 win after scoring just 24 total points in Chicago's three losses this series.

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