Bulls Vs. 76ers, 2012 NBA Playoffs Game 2: Bulls Lead 55-47 At Halftime

The Philadelphia 76ers are down 55-47 After two quarters at the United Center against the Chicago Bulls in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference series. It was a tight defensive battle for most of 24 minutes, but the Bulls got hot late, going on a 10-1 run to take hold of the lead.

The Sixers are actually outshooting the Bulls from the floor, 52.8 perent to 49 percent. Philadelphia has committed three more turnovers (seven to four) and has been outrebounded 20 to 16 on the night, and find themselves down on the scoreboard as a result.

Jrue Holiday leads all players with 17 points on 7-for-8 shooting. Evan Turner started and has six points to go with five rebounds. Joakim Noah leads the Bulls with 14 points and five rebounds so far. Chicago has six players on pace to finish with double-digit points, including John Lucas who has 11 playing in place of Derrick Rose.

For more on the Sixers, stay tuned to SB Nation Philly and team blog Liberty Ballers. For more on the Bulls check out SBN Chicago and Blog a Bull.

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