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Thunder overwhelm undermanned Bulls, 92-79

OKLAHOMA CITY - With Justin Holiday back in Chicago after the birth of his first child and Paul Zipser slumping, Fred Hoiberg changed the starting lineup again on Wednesday.

He even did so twice, trying a different look to open the second half.

Opening the game with Kris Dunn and Quincy Pondexter didn't

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