TORONTO – Darius Songaila scored 18 points and the Chicago Bulls beat the Toronto Raptors for the 10th straight time, 105-94 on Wednesday night.

Seven Chicago players reached double figures in scoring. The Bulls shot 58 percent and went 9-for-17 from 3-point range.

Chicago center Tyson Chandler left in the third quarter with what looked to be a knee injury. He lost his footing while trying to block a shot and was helped to the locker room.

Chris Bosh scored 25 points for the Raptors, who haven’t beaten Chicago since Dec. 6, 2002. Toronto dropped to 1-10 at home.

Jalen Rose was scoreless in 9 minutes. Rose taped the boxscore to his locker after going scoreless on Nov. 16, 2005, against Philadelphia, his first scoreless game since Feb 20, 1998, for Indiana at Orlando.

Chicago traded Rose to Toronto two years ago.

Toronto led by five at halftime, but the Bulls outscored the Raptors 25-12 in the third quarter as Toronto committed eight turnovers in the period.

Chris Duhon capped a 13-1 third-quarter run with a 3-pointer.

Toronto cut the lead to two in the fourth, but Michael Sweetney made four free throws to give Chicago a 10-point lead with just more than 2 minutes left.

Songaila scored a season-high 19 points in a loss to Miami on Tuesday night.

Notes: The Raptors host Golden State on Friday. … Toronto’s roster includes seven players who had played two or fewer seasons in the NBA. … Bosh went 6-for-16 from the field.

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