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Breaking down Sixers' Game 2 rout of Bulls

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Bulls center Joakim Noah, who had a strong first half in Tuesday's Game 2, could do little in the second half as the 76ers rolled to an easy victory.

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Steve Lundy/slundy@dailyherald.com Chicago Bulls C.J. Watson and Philadelphia 76ers Evan Turner scramble for a loose ball during the Bulls' 109-92 loss game 2 of the NBA Eastern Conference semifinal Tuesday night at the United Center in Chicago.

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Theres a reason Doug Collins was regarded as one of the NBAs best television analysts. After Tuesdays win at the United Center, Collins sat down in the interview room and listed the reasons why his Philadelphia 76ers dominated the Bulls in Game 2 of their playoff series.
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    • Bulls center Joakim Noah, who had a strong first half in Tuesday’s Game 2, could do little in the second half as the 76ers rolled to an easy victory.
    • Steve Lundy/slundy@dailyherald.com Chicago Bulls C.J. Watson and Philadelphia 76ers Evan Turner scramble for a loose ball during the Bulls’ 109-92 loss game 2 of the NBA Eastern Conference semifinal Tuesday night at the United Center in Chicago.
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