Tonight's game was a definite close call for the Bulls. No matter how many times they were tied up with the Warriors they kept their game up and had a successful night. Deng scored 21, Ellis had 27 points and 6 rebounds, Miller had 12 points and 13 rebounds and Derrick Rose had 15 points. But The player of the night for the Chicago Bulls was Joakim Noah who had 18 points and 14 rebounds. He has really stepped his game up and from the looks of it he was the only one sticking defense, which seems to be something the Bulls are lacking. Noah continued to be consistent throughout the game by making strategic posts and great passes for his teammates. During the 3rd quarter Derrick Rose jumper is what brought the Bulls to a 9 point lead but then thanks to Maggette, Morrow and Watson the Warriors remained right on their tail. In the fourth quarter Kirk Hinrich helped the Bulls with a 3 pointer giving them the lead of 77-74 next, came Noah with a layup bringing them to 79. With both teams making the basket back and forth they were tied at 79 and again at 81, The lead was back in the Warriors hands with 83-81, but Hinrich came through coming from 24 feet away from the basket and hits a layup-tied 83-83. In the end of the 4th quarter the score was still tied 87-87. 9 seconds on the clock giving Derrrick Rose a chance to break the tie. He made the first shot but was fouled. On the second shot with 3.5 on the clock he missed the shot but showed great effort and potential. It's now overtime and Kirk hit a 2 point shot leading the Bulls to 89-87, but the Warriors tied it up again. The Bulls regained the lead and this time they kept it defeating the Golden State Warriors 96-91. The Bulls are now 8-13 however this will only make two victories by the Bulls out of 11 games. Let's see what they do tomorrow with the Boston Celtics. All they need to do is work on some defense techniques and stop leaving the opposing team wide opened!