— Desmond Bane and Ja Morant scored 25 points each, and the Memphis Grizzlies dominated the short-handed Chicago Bulls 119-106 on Monday afternoon for their 12th win in 13 games.
- 11/29W 133-119
- 12/2W 119-115
- 12/4W 111-107
- 12/6W 109-97
- 12/8L 115-92
- 12/11L 118-92
- 12/19W 115-110
- 12/20W 133-118
- 12/26W 113-105
- 12/27W 130-118
- 12/29W 131-117
- 12/31W 108-106
- 1/1W 120-119
- 1/3W 102-98
- 1/7W 130-122
- 1/9L 113-99
- 1/11W 133-87
- 1/12L 138-112
- 1/14L 138-96
- 1/15L 114-112
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Memphis' franchise-record 11-game winning streak is over, but Ja Morant and the Grizzlies proved they belong among the NBA's elite. See where Grind City and every team stand this week.
— Robert Williams hit a pair of free throws with 9.7 seconds left and the Boston Celtics scored the final eight points to edge the Chicago Bulls 114-112 on Saturday night.
Chicago guard Zach LaVine is not expected to miss significant time after an MRI to his left knee on Saturday showed no structural damage. LaVine left the Bulls game against Golden State on Friday after landing awkwardly.
— The Golden State Warriors were in a rut and in need of a breather. They sure got one.
There's initial confidence from the Bulls that Zach LaVine hasn't suffered a serious injury, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
The Bulls are first in the Eastern Conference thanks in large part to the work of executive vice president Arturas Karnisovas, who is drawing rave reviews from team president Michael Reinsdorf.
The Bull will be without forward Derrick Jones Jr. for 2-4 weeks after he suffered a bone bruise in his right knee on Wednesday.
— Kevin Durant knew the rest of the league had to be watching, curious to see just how good the Brooklyn Nets can be when they have all their superstars playing.
Chicago forward Derrick Jones Jr. landed awkwardly on his right leg 36 seconds into Wednesday night's game and was ruled out due to a knee injury.
From methodically shooting postgame free throws to rattling off the chapters of adversity he has faced, the 13-year veteran is getting better with age.
Keyshawn doesn't agree with one guy the Bears are interviewing for their GM job. Aaron Rodgers gets a shovel and buries Joe Judge's decision to QB sneak on 2nd & 3rd down in Week 18. Adam Amin joins to preview Bulls/Nets.
— Nikola Vučević scored 22 points, DeMar DeRozan had 20 points and 12 rebounds, and the Chicago Bulls routed the Detroit Pistons 133-87 on Tuesday night.
Golden State's Splash Brothers are whole again, while Luka and the Mavs are climbing the standings. Where do all 30 teams stand this week?
— Luka Doncic had 22 points, 14 rebounds and 14 assists for his third triple-double of the season as the Dallas Mavericks beat Chicago 113-99 on Sunday night for their season-best sixth straight win while snapping the Bulls’ nine-game winning streak.