Rose's flashy fast break pass sums up dominating win over Lakers

BY Brett Pollakoff • January 29, 2016

The Bulls had no trouble taking care of the Lakers in Los Angeles on Thursday. Chicago led by 17 points after the first quarter, outscored L.A. in the paint by 30 points, and led by 28 before settling on the 114-91 final score.

If one play could sum up just how dominant the Bulls were on this night, this is it.

Jimmy Butler starts the fast break with a steal, and E'Twaun Moore begins to bring it up the floor, before dropping off to Derrick Rose. Moore then fills the lane to perfection, and Rose finds him with a nifty behind-the-back dish to finish things off.

That was beautiful basketball, and the Bulls played plenty of it in this one.