El eaves DeMar DeRozan, with 31 points, and the guard Zach LaVine, which added 21, were the main architects of the triumph of the Chicago Bulls before the New York Knicks (109-103).
The base Coby WhitHe scored 10 of his 14 goals in the fourth quarter for Chicago (12-5), which won its second straight game and fourth in five games.
The wing-pvot Julius Randle contributed a double-double of 34 points when hitting 13 of 18 field goals; captured 10 rebounds and dished out three assists as leader of the Knicks.
After trailing by as many as six in the third quarter and 72-74 at the start of the last, the Bulls started the final period with successive 3-pointers. White and forward Derrick Jones Jr. that put them in front of the scoreboard (78-74).
For White, it was his first triple since he returned to the roster on November 15 after undergoing surgery on his left shoulder before the start of the season.
Chicago was returning home from a five-game tour of the west of the country, and New York played the second game in a doubleheader on successive days.
The Knicks struggled on their field goals, but they stayed in the fight thanks to hitting 16 free throws on 18 attempts.
In the final stretch came the inspiration from DeRozan that made the difference and ensured the victory of the Bulls, outstanding leaders in the Central Division and tied with the Brooklyn Nets.