Butler’s Second-Half Points Break MJ’s Record

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Following Chicago’s comeback win Sunday, Taj Gibson described Jimmy Butler with one word: possessed.

Butler shrugged off a first-half injury and came back to score 40 of his 42 points in the second half of Chicago’s 115-113 win at Toronto, breaking Michael Jordan’s 28-year-old record.

Source: Rob Ogden of the Chicago Sun Times

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