The New Orleans Pelicans defeated the Chicago Bulls 115-111 on Wednesday night after Brandon Ingram scored 18 of his 22 points in the second half,
including seven consecutive late in the fourth quarter.
Pelicans led 109-107 after Ingram's 3-pointer
DeMar DeRozan's slam knotted it at 109, but Ingram's mid-range jumper forced a Bulls turnover with 17.4 seconds remaining.
DeRozan, who had a season-low nine points Monday, led the Bulls with 33. Zach LaVine scored 23 but went 3-12 on 3s.
With 5:23 remaining, LaVine's layup capped an 8-0 Bulls rally to lead 97-93. Ingram scored seven straight to put the Pelicans ahead.
After 2 1/2 quarters of inactivity, Goran Dragic's 9-2 run gave the Bulls an 82-79 advantage into the fourth. Dragic scored five points and provided Javonte Green a lob dunk.