Bulls erase double-digit fourth quarter deficit and beat Suns in overtime
Dwyane Wade tries to put up a shot against Alan Williams. AP

THE Bulls fought back from an 11-point deficit in the fourth quarter and beat the Phoenix Suns in overtime, 128-121, on Friday in Chicago (Saturday, Manila time).

Dwyane Wade showed the way for the Bulls, who trailed 91-102 with four minutes to play in regulation.

The Bulls stretched their win streak to three and notched their 29th win in 58 games.

Wade scored 23 on 8 of 17 shooting, while Jimmy Butler came up with 22 points, making 8 of 21 field goal attempts.

Nikola Mirotic had 20 points off the bench, making four of seven attempts from the 3-point line.

The Suns could not get a win run going after beating the Los Angeles Lakers.

Devin Booker scored 27 for Phoenix, which absorbed its 40th loss in 58 outings.

Eric Bledsoe, Marquese Chriss and TJ Warren scored 17 points each, while Alan Williams came off the bench to deliver 16 points.

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