Former Apache Jimmy Butler breaks MJ’s record

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Former TJC Apache and current Chicago Bulls forward.

Last night with Derrick Rose missing his fourth straight game, the bulls would look to Jimmy Butler to secure a win on the road against the Toronto Raptors.
In the first half Jimmy was no where to be seen, he was shooting horrible, had turnovers, and was lacking communication on the defensive end of things. But that all changed after halftime when Jimmy erupted for a franchise setting 40 point half.
The previous record was 39 points in a half set by the man that goes by Michael Jordan, set back in February of 1989 against the Milwaukie Bucks While the first half was one to forget for Jimmy after only scoring two points he came out of halftime determined to “Be aggressive”, as seen by his play in the second half.
Jimmy ended the game with a career high field goal shooting going 15 for 23 from the field, while also guarding the Raptors best players in the second with starting out on Kyle Lowery in the third quarter and DeMar DeRozan in the fourth.
In the first half Jimmy had no three point attempts or did he have and any free throws and was shooting horrible from the field going only one for four. But that all changed once half time was over going 14 of 15 from the field, 10 of 11 from the free throw line, and two of three from downtown or three point field goals.
With this win the Bulls have now won four straight witch matches their longest winning streak this season.
The Bulls next game is game is Tuesday at home against the Milwaukee Bucks.

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