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Monday, December 29, 2014 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Indianapolis, IN.) Bulls 92, Pacers 90 The Chicago Bulls survived a frantic 4th quarter rally to edge the Indianapolis Pacers 92-90 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The Bulls were led by Jimmy Bulter's 27 points, and the guard finished 1 rebound away from a double-double. The Pacers were down 16 points going into the 4th quarter, but out scored the Bulls 25-11 in the final period, falling just 2 points short of the victory. Chicago improved to 22-9 with the victory.
Saturday, November 14, 2014 at United Center (Chicago, IL.) Pacers 99, Bulls 90 The Indiana Pacers won every quarter of their November 14th matchup with the Chicago Bulls and pulled out a big 99-90 victory over Chicago. The Pacers relied on big games from Luis Scola, Solomon Hill, and A.J. Price who all finished with 21 points on the game. They overgame a huge game from Chicago's Jimmy Butler who scored a game high 32 points on 10-17 shooting. The Pacers won the game despite having 6 players out and improved to 4-7 on the season.
Monday, March 24, 2014 at United Center (Chicago, IL.) Bulls 89, Pacers 77 Chicago was able to redeem their un-flattering loss to the Pacers just three nights prior with a 89-77 win at home. A win for Indiana would of sealed their stance as division winners but Taj Gibson, who led the Bulls with 23 points and 8 rebounds, had an alternated ending to the season. Chicago's rally in the 3rd looked to be the closing factor as the Bulls were able to take a 10 point lead that would carry them into the 4th creating a gap Paul George and Co. could not close.
Friday, March 21, 2014 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Indianapolis, IN.) Pacers 91, Bulls 77 Paul George's triple-double was more than enough to send the Pacers over the Bulls Friday night at home giving Indiana their 2nd consecutive win over Chicago. Noah led the Bulls through a dominant first half of play finishing the game with a double-double but it was not enough. The Pacers found a 19-0 run in the third that would prove to be the dagger in the heart for the Bulls as they would never close the gap falling to the Pacers 91-77.
Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Indianapolis, IN.) Pacers 97, Bulls 80 The Pacers reaped the benefits of their offseason focus on improving the bench. Luis Scola, Donald Sloan and Lance Stephenson combined for the 12 point rally in the fourth that decided the win over division rival Chicago 97-80. All three players joined the Pacers in the offseason and proved to be a great investment as Indiana got off to their best start in franchise history.
Saturday, November 16, 2013 at United Center (Chicago, IL.) Bulls 110, Pacers 94 In the return of the Rose, the Chicago Bulls handed the Pacers their first loss of the season 110-94. The Bulls were able to start hot taking a 60-35 lead in the first half. While the Pacers were able to match the Bulls in the third and outscore them in the fourth by 9, Chicago held Paul George to just 12 points playing a huge role in their win against the NBA's last undefeated team.
Saturday, March 23, 2013 at United Center (Chicago, IL.) Bulls 87, Pacers 84 Even with All-Star center Joakim Noah out the Chicago Bulls were able to get the win at home 87-84. Boozer led the Bulls with 18 points and 10 rebounds and received some much needed help from the bench in a second-half rally put on by Nazr Mohammed, Taj Gibson, Daequan Cook and Nate Robinson. Despite finishing with 23 points, Paul George couldn't find his shot from the perimeter going 1-6 in the loss to the Bulls.