Dec 28, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Hawks shooting guard Lou Williams (3) shoots a free throw against the Charlotte Bobcats during the fourth quarter at Philips Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sports
Game 2 was vastly different from Game 1 with Derrick Rose being out for the series. The 76ers had a tremendous opportunity on their hands. However, Game 2 started out just as Game 1, as the Bulls seemed to have all the momentum and fed off the immense energy from the home crowd.
Philadelphia would hang tough with the Bulls early on and played great defensive basketball as they out rebounded the Bulls 38-32. On offense, it was an aerial display of dunks from Andre Igoudala that gave the young Sixers life. Jrue Holiday played some of his best basketball as he scored 26 points and his counter part Lou Williams scored 20 points. The Sixers dropped 25 fast break points, compared to eight by the Bulls. Philly also shot the ball at an amazing 64 percent in the second half putting away the Bulls by a final score of 109-92.