WHAT. Nah, really. WHAT. Jimmy Butler scored 40 of his 42 points against the Raptors in the second half alone. That breaks a Bulls record set by—who else—Michael Jordan, who once dropped 39 in one half vs. the Bucks in ’88. Jimmy Buckets shot 14-for-19 in the second half, including a clutch three to help Chicago complete a comeback victory over Toronto.
Jimmy Butler has set a Bulls' franchise record with 40 points in the 2nd half.
— K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop) January 3, 2016