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Derrick Rose, the 2010-11 league MVP, struggled in his last five games after sitting for four weeks with a groin injury, shooting 32.1 percent (26-for-81). Though he's not back to 100 percent, Rose (21.8-point regular-season average) should still be the series' best player.
"It all starts with Rose," said Sixers coach Doug Collins. "He's a one-man fast break. When healthy, he's an incredible point guard."
Chicago had two others average at least 15 points — Luol Deng (15.3) and Carlos Boozer (15.0). Sixth man Lou Williams topped the Sixers with 14.9 points, making him the first NBA player since the Charlotte Hornets' Dell Curry (1993-94) to lead his team without starting a game.
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