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With two top players out and Rose missing time in the early going, the Hawks stayed in control for most of the game. They led by 18 in the second quarter and never were threatened until late in the third, when the Bulls started an 8-2 run.
A short jumper by Jannero Pargo and a fast-break layup by Flip Murray off a steal made it 75-68. Pargo then started the fourth with an 18-footer, and after a jump hook by Horford, Hakim Warrick scored to make it 77-72.
NOTES: Noah does not expect to be back this week but hopes to be "able to play when it matters," even if he's not 100 percent. He missed seven straight games at one point in February because of his foot problem. ... James Johnson started for Deng and finished with nine points. ... Taj Gibson had 13 rebounds for Chicago.
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