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Still flying high

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The Bulls gathered at the Berto Center today, but only spent about 15 minutes on the court. With their injury situation, they really can't hold a normal practice session, so it seemed like the only reason they got together was to enjoy Monday's win at Detroit as a group.

"I'm definitely happy with the way we came out and played," guard Ben Gordon said. "That's definitely the biggest game of the season.

"We played through adversity last night. We didn't let any of the things that didn't go our way deter us."

The Bulls currently are sixth in the Eastern Conference, but they still don't control their own destiny. If they beat Toronto Wednesday in the season finale, the Bulls need the Philadelphia 76ers to lose one of their final two games. If the Bulls lose the finale, they still can finish sixth if Philadelphia (which plays Boston tonight and Cleveland Wednesday) loses its final two games.


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