2019 SeasonAll times ET

2019 Schedule
19-52, 4th in Central
Markkanen rips wide-open dunk (0:17)
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2dMalika Andrews

Sources: Bulls to let LaVine pay Boylen's fine

Bulls guard Zach LaVine offered to pay his coach's fine after Jim Boylen was ejected for arguing with LA Clippers coach Doc Rivers in Chicago's 128-121 loss to the Clippers on Friday, sources said.

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3dBaxter Holmes

Rivers, Boylen argue at midcourt; both ejected

Clippers coach Doc Rivers and Bulls coach Jim Boylen had a heated exchange at midcourt late in the third quarter Friday night, leading to both being ejected.

Rivers and Boylen both get ejected (0:59)
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4dMark Schlabach

Strip club visit at center of Georgia Tech probe

Current Bulls rookie Wendell Carter Jr. and NBA veteran Jarrett Jack were among a group of four to visit an Atlanta strip club, a trip that is at the center of NCAA allegations leveled at a former Georgia Tech assistant coach.

LaVine, Markkanen grade their best dunks of the season (2:21)
How the Bulls are quietly rebuilding a playoff team (1:20)
Markkanen slams home the alley-oop (0:27)

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Zach LaVine (right patellar tendon strain) is out tonight against the Lakers, Jim Boylen said. He continues to be day-to-day.

Markkanen flies in for putback dunk (0:27)
Maker rises up to deny Porter (0:21)
Dunn turns steal into dunk (0:19)

Griffin helps Pistons knock off Bulls 112-104

Blake Griffin scored 16 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter after going to the locker room with an apparent right leg injury, and the Detroit Pistons rallied to beat the Chicago Bulls 112-104 on Friday night for their fourth straight victory.

Harrison blows by defender for driving dunk (0:17)
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Judge to reject new trial in death of Jordan's dad

A North Carolina judge won't allow Daniel Green, convicted of murdering Michael Jordan's father in 1993, to proceed with an effort to prove his innocence, according to court documents. An attorney for Green plans to file an appeal.

LaVine's 39, game winner fuel Bulls past 76ers (2:04)
LaVine: Key was to go out and 'make big baskets' (1:07)
LaVine flashes clutch gene with game-winning bucket (0:31)

Malika Andrews ESPN 

The end of the Bulls/Sixers game in Chicago was quite a spectacle. The final score was called — with the Bulls narrowly hanging on to win 108-107. Robin Lopez completed an on-court celebratory interview, more than half the fans left, the teams went back into their respective locker rooms and officials decided to review whether or not the clock started before an inbound pass was touched w/ .5 seconds to go. Officials concluded that the ball, in fact, had not been touched and called the players out to replay the final .5 seconds. All the players returned except for Chicago's Otto Porter Jr. who was already taking the league's mandated drug test. Brett Brown drew up a new play, but Jimmy Butler couldn't get a handle on the in bound pass and the Bulls hung on once again. "I was in mid stride," Porter said after the game. "I couldn't stop... People were looking for me and couldn't find me. By that time, it was too late. I grabbed my jersey but heard the buzzer and turned around to finish process."

76ers get redo on final shot after buzzer sounds prematurely (1:03)

LaVine scores 39, Bulls beat 76ers 108-107

Zach LaVine scored 39 points and hit the go-ahead layup in the closing seconds to lead the Chicago Bulls to a 108-107 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night in a game that featured two endings.

Team Stats

Points Per Game105.228th
Rebounds Per Game42.426th
Assists Per Game22.127th
Points Allowed113.320th

Team History