Lonzo Ball made seven of Chicago's 15 three-pointers and Zach LaVine scored 23 points, powering the Bulls to a 117-107 victory over the Dallas Mavericks (one of the NBA's quality teams) on Nov. 10 at the United Center, ESPN.com reported.
The Bulls are now 8-3.
Dallas had won three straight and four of five overall, but couldn't keep up with LaVine and Chicago in the second half.
"The Bulls are back, man. That's all I can say," said Tim Hardaway Jr., who scored 21 points for Dallas.
Chicago next plays at Golden State on Friday, Nov. 12. The Bulls have dropped eight in a row against the Warriors.