Toronto led 54-50 at the half, but Chicago rallied to take a 78-75 lead into the fourth.
The Bulls outrebounded the Raptors 44-22 in a 109-88 home victory on Oct. 12, but Toronto had the edge on this night, outrebounding Chicago 45-36. That was thanks in large part to Reggie Evans, who had 16 rebounds. Evans had eight rebounds in the first quarter alone, one more than the entire Bulls team.
"I'm concerned about our rebounding, our rebounding is not good," Thibodeau said.
Bargnani shot 7 for 14 and is 14 for 26 in his past two games after going 16 for 64 in Toronto's first four exhibition contests.
Toronto finished 2 for 14 from 3-point range.
Chicago's starters finished 16 for 19 from the free throw line, with Deng going 7 for 10.
Joakim Noah (flulike symptoms) and Kyle Korver (left ankle) did not play for Chicago. ... Raptors C David Andersen returned to the lineup after missing Sunday's win over Phoenix with a sore lower back. ... Toronto concludes its exhibition schedule with a game against New York in Montreal on Friday. The Bulls are home to Indiana on Friday in their final preseason contest.