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The Warriors just didn’t have it on Wednesday night as they fell to the Bulls in Chicago 103-83. The Dubs held the Bulls to a respectable 45 percent shooting, but only managed to shoot 36 percent from the field themselves. That, combined with losing the rebound and turnover battle, proved to be the difference in the game. Golden State was paced by Jordan Crawford, whose 16 points led the team. David Lee, who returned to action after missing two games with the flu, scored 11 points off the bench, while Andre Igoudala has a solid all-around game with five points, seven rebounds and four assists. The loss brings an end to the Warriors’ four-game win streak and drops their record to 35-23. They’ll look to right the ship on Friday when they take on the Knicks in New York.