Bobby Portis #5 of the Chicago Bulls tries to move against Paul Millsap #4 of the Atlanta Hawks at the United Center on Feb. 10, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images/AFP
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The Atlanta Hawks made sure they went into the All-Star break feeling good by sending the Chicago Bulls into the schedule break with a thud.The Hawks rebounded from back-to-back losses to the Orlando Magic by defeating the Bulls 113-90 on Wednesday at the United Center, handing Chicago its fourth straight loss.Doug McDermott had 17 points, Derrick Rose added 14 points and rookie Bobby Portis finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Bulls, who are 5-13 since a running off a season-high, six-game winning streak Dec. 28 to Jan. 7 .The Hawks won the first game 120-105 in Atlanta, and never trailed.Atlanta's 10-2 run erased it and the Hawks trailed 29-28 at the end of the first.The Hawks scored 25 points off 19 Bulls turnovers, after scoring 25 points off 22 turnovers in the first game.
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