INDIANAPOLIS -- For three quarters, the Bulls were the aggressors.
But in an epic collapse, they faded down the stretch of a 98-96 loss to the Pacers, their 10th straight loss. It's the eighth time in franchise history they've posted a double-digit losing streak.
The Pacers, led by Victor Oladipo's 27 points, closed with a 19-4 run.
Kris Dunn's 18 points, six rebounds and six assists led the Bulls.
The franchise record losing streak is 16 games. They have also lost 13 straight, 11 straight twice and 10 straight three times.
The Bulls also lost to the Pacers in their first meeting this season.
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