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The Chicago Bulls went on a prolonged start against the Boston Celtics with an early deficit of 19 points but flipped the script and the next three quarters, eventually winning 120-102.

The home squad was +12 in paint scoring and +15 in the rebounding department, where they built the largest lead at 23 points.

DeMar DeRozan led the scoring for the Bulls with 25 points, followed by the 22-piece of Ayo Dosunmu and the 19 of Zach LaVine.

On the other hand, Jayson Tatum registered the game-high of 26 points while Jaylen Brown delivered 21, both on losing efforts.

Chicago scored three quarters with 30 or more points to get the dub and make its record even 2-2 while dealing Boston its first defeat of the season.