Field Goal %
- BKN 49.5
- 53.2 CHI
Three Point %
- BKN 37.5
- 31.6 CHI
- BKN 20
- 15 CHI
- BKN 60
- 65 CHI
- Chicago, IL
0:00 - 3rd OT
End of Game
With 3:16 remaining in the fourth quarter, the Nets held a 14-point lead (109-95) over the Bulls and were shooting 60.6 percent from the field. At that moment, C.J. Watson missed a wide open transition dunk, marking the turning point in the game. The Nets proceeded to shoot 25.8 percent for the remainder of the contest.
NEXT LEVEL: After being flattened by a Gerald Wallace screen in the fourth quarter, Nate Robinson led the Bulls on an epic comeback run. Scoring 27 combined fourth-quarter and overtime points, Robinson did most of his damage as the pick-and-roll ball handler, shooting 7-of-10 and scoring 18 of his 27 points on such plays.
NEXT LEVEL: Joakim Noah contained Brook Lopez on Saturday, holding him to just 2-of-12 from the field and forcing two of his four turnovers. Against other Bulls defenders, Lopez was 7-of-8 from the field.
The Bulls and Nets 3 OT game is tied for the second-longest postseason game in NBA history.
Deron Williams was pretty good through 3 quarters. But he struggled mightily down the stretch.
While LeBron James and Kyrie Irving carried the Cavaliers after halftime, the Celtics couldn't respond, especially without their one true superstar.
Kyrie Irving scored at will against the Boston Celtics, saving the Cavaliers from LeBron James' foul trouble and ultimately putting a stamp on Game 4.