Antawn Jamison had 22 points, but the Cavs were blasted by the Bulls again on a night they were forced to play without Kyrie Irving.
Irving has been ill since the All-Star break, but skipped shootaround Friday morning and was scratched just before tipoff. The Cavs have been smashed at home twice now by the Bulls, losing by an average of 30 points.
Ramon Sessions had 16 points and seven assists in place of Irving, but the Cavs' defense was non-existent for the second straight game. The Bulls shot 10 of 20 on 3-pointers, scored 38 points in the third quarter and dismantled a Cavs team that continues to get overwhelmed by teams heading to the playoffs.
The Cavs have dropped four straight, including three in a row since the All-Star break.