Summary by Dyana Ryba, TicketNews:
It was an interesting game for the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls in the season opener Tuesday night. From an early start, the Heat trailed with a score of 9-2, but quickly picked up the lead, ending the first half 52-24. After the half, the Bulls clenched to a comeback, with Derrick Rose scoring 12 points in his first game since his serious knee injury, and Carlos Boozer got within eight points for the Bulls with 31 points and seven rebounds. But it was not enough to stop the Heat, with Chris Bosh scoring 16 points and Ray Allen scoring 11 points, to name a few. The Miami Heat captured the win with a final score of 107-95, but it is just the start of the season, and there are more games to come.
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