The Bulls were lead by center Joakim Noah, who had 30 points, 23 rebounds, six assists, two steals and two blocks. Detroit's inability to keep him off the offensive glass -- Noah grabbed 10 of Chicago's 13 offensive rebounds -- helped the Bulls overcome hot shooting by the Pistons.
Detroit connected on 51 percent of its shots and 54 percent of its three-point attempts. Rodney Stuckey and Charlie Villanueva combined for 39 points off the bench. Stuckey also had seven assists. Starting guard Brandon Knight also scored 21 points.
The Bulls improved to 10-8 with the win. Detroit is now 6-15.