Two days after pulling off a major upset in game one, the Chicago Bulls found themselves on the wrong end of a beatdown as the Miami Heat won game two, 115-78.
The game started out not unlike game one, with both teams playing physical and the Bulls hanging tough, but the Heat went on a run at the end of the first half to break the game open.
Both teams received a number of technical fouls, with Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson both receiving ejections early in the fourth quarter. Gibson may well be suspended after he lost himself briefly after his ejection. NBA VP of Player Discipline Stu Jackson was in Miami for the game.
Game three will be on Friday in Chicago.