After taking a hard elbow to the back of his neck against San Antonio, LeBron James and the Cavs looked to get revenge on the Bulls after losing the last three match-ups. In the first quarter, the Cavaliers were up 28 to 22, after LeBron scores six points and J.R. Smith hits two threes. The second quarter belonged to the King, as he scores 13 points, including one three-pointer. The Cavaliers ended the second quarter on a 22 to 19 run and went into the locker room with a nine-point lead. But the Bulls went on a 37 to 21 run in the third quarter, as Nikola Mirotic goes for nine points, including three 3-pointers. Even though Kyrie Irving went for 11 points and two 3-pointers, the third quarter belonged to the Bulls, as they regain a 78 to 71 lead. Jimmy Butler came alive in the last quarter, scoring ten points including one three-pointer, as the Chicago Bulls sweep the Cavaliers in this regular-season series. Even though LeBron passed the great Shaquille O’Neal for seventh on the NBA’s all-time scoring list, he admits that the defending champions are in a bad spot at the moment. Hopefully things will change as the Playoffs are right around the corner. Only time will tell.