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Chicago Bulls' Collapse Shows Superstars Make the Difference in Playoffs

People say it all of the time. Playoff basketball is much different than that of the regular season. The Chicago Bulls are learning that firsthand after a brutal third quarter in which the Philadelphia 76ers erased an eight-point deficit by outscoring Chicago 36-14. In the process, Philadelphia evened their first-round series at a game apiece. They also reminded everyone of what they already knew.
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