Chicago Bulls get their 1st win since the trade deadline, beating the Brooklyn Nets 115-107 to snap a 6-game skid

The Chicago Bulls finally got their first win since the trade deadline, a 115-107 victory over the Brooklyn Nets that snapped a six-game losing streak Sunday afternoon at the United Center. The Eastern Conference-leading Nets were playing without Kevin Durant and James Harden, but the new-look Bulls looked more comfortable together than they had in any game since the March 25 trade deadline. Their pair of All-Stars worked in tandem: Nikola Vucevic recorded a double-double in the first half and finished with 22 points and 13 rebounds in one of his best games as a Bull, complementing a game-high…

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