On Sunday the Bulls were down by as many as 15 in Toronto, but Jimmy Butler’s 42 points led them to a 115-113 comeback win. Chicago trailed by 12 at halftime after giving up 34 points in the second quarter. Jimmy Butler had 2 points at the half. Butler exploded for 40 second half points, beating Michael Jordan’s franchise record of 39 points in a single half.
It was a 14-for-19 shooting effort from Butler in the second half. He scored 21 in the third quarter and 19 in the fourth.
Butler’s postgame interview, where he reacted to beating Jordan’s record: