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A few minutes later, Miller converted a three-point play and Rose connected on a 17-foot jumper to give the Bulls a 50-38 lead.
NOTES: Thunder coach Scott Brooks declined to reveal his selections for the All-Star reserves, who will be announced Thursday. "Too many guys would be against me. I'm no dummy," Brooks said. "I like guards. There's a lot of good guards that are having good years, and I see the game through a guard's eyes, there's no doubt." ... It was Oklahoma City's second straight home game against an opponent playing the sixth game of a road trip, having hosted Miami on Jan. 16. The Thunder had their own four-game road trip in between. ... Mark Clayton of the Baltimore Ravens and Tommie Harris of the Chicago Bears, former college teammates at Oklahoma, sat courtside and each threw an autographed football into the crowd of 17,562.
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