Nov 8, 2012, 11:04 PM EST
The Bulls had an answer for what the Thunder wanted to do offensively for most of the night, but ultimately, there was no answer for this.
Chicago came into this one ranked second in the league in defensive efficiency, allowing just 92 points per 100 possessions. And even against the Thunder, the Bulls did a pretty good job limiting the easy chances.
But this shot is not one you can guard, and it’s an example of what makes the Thunder so tough to deal with in late-game situations.
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