Despite not scoring a field goal for the final 5:46, the Chicago Bulls held off the Brooklyn Nets, 79-76. Like game two, Chicago took control in the third quarter after Loul Deng scored 12 points in the opening four minutes of the second half. But the tone, which also carried over from game two, was set by Taj Gibson in the first quarter, taking flight and dunking all over Kris Humphires. Next time, just stay out of the way.