Miami (22-49) at Chicago (25-46)

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  • Game info: 8:30 pm EST Wed Mar 26, 2003
  • TV: SUN, FSCH
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CHICAGO (TICKER) —The Chicago Bulls hope to shake off their recent woes against the Miami Heat when they aim for a fourth straight home victory on Wednesday at the United Center.

The Bulls are a league-worst 3-34 on the road but are 22-12 at the United Center. They have won three in a row here since a 103-97 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on March 8.

Chicago, which has lost four of six overall, dropped its seventh straight road game on Sunday with a 105-82 blowout defeat at Detroit.

Eddy Curry scored 18 points and Jamal Crawford added 17 for the Bulls, who were missing forward Donyell Marshall (ribs).

Chicago has lost eight of 10 meetings with the Heat over the last three seasons, including a 102-101 overtime setback at Miami on January 18 and a 100-90 road defeat on February 22. This is their final matchup of the season.

The Heat lost for the 10th time in 12 games on Tuesday, 108-91 at Minnesota.

Rookie Caron Butler scored 21 points to lead Miami, which shot just 42 percent.

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