Game 4 was a bad shooting night for the Bulls and the Cavaliers

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The Bulls and the Cleveland Cavaliers combined for 37 percent from the field in Game 4, but their uncontested shooting percentage was even worse.

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The 170 points scored between the two teams was the lowest point total of the series.

Game 4 was a low scoring game despite LeBron James (25 pts) and Derrick Rose (31 pts) combining for 56 points.

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