Bynum's Double-Double Leads Windy City to Victory Over Grand Rapids
Hoffman Estates, IL - The Windy City Bulls (17-20), presented by BMO Harris Bank, the official NBA Development League affiliate of the Chicago Bulls, had six players score in double figures en route to a 125-117 victory over the Grand Rapids Drive Friday night at the Sears Centre Arena.
Will Bynum scored 24 points while dishing out 13 assists to lead the Bulls to their third straight victory. Jarell Eddie added 19 points and eight rebounds while Aaron Thomas scored 18 points. Wesley Saunders came off the bench to record a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds.
The Drive, the D-League Affiliate of the Detroit Pistons, suffered their third straight loss despite a game-high 34 points from Jordan Crawford.
After a high scoring first quarter that resulted in a 40-40 tie, Windy City raced out to a 71-60 lead in the third quarter behind 14 points from Eddie.
The Bulls built a 106-88 lead, their largest of the game, with 9:05 remaining in the fourth quarter and held on for the victory down the stretch.
Windy City finished the game shooting 43% from the field while dishing out 25 assists. The Drive shot just 35% from the floor on the night.
The Bulls return to action tomorrow night at the Sears Centre Arena when they welcome the defending NBA D-League Champion Sioux Falls Skyforce to the Sears Centre Arena. The first 1,000 fans 12 or younger in attendance will receive a replica youth practice jersey. For more information visit WindyCityBulls.Com.
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