Tony Wroten blocks Derrick Rose’s layup & Michael Carter-Williams shines again (26pts/10ast)
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It sounds weird saying Derrick Rose and the Bulls had a rough night against the 76ers and rookie Michael Carter-Williams but that was the story last night. The game started off looking like it was going to be a massacre and the 76ers would finally lose a game but a strong second half by Philly, lead by rookie sensation Michael Carter-Williams, who pulled off a 26 point 10 assist double double days after flirting with a quadruple double, turned out to be too much for the Bulls.
Rose finished with 13 points, 6 assists, 8 turnovers and only made 4 of his 14 shots. One of those misses came courtesy of Tony Wroten.