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Despite the constant lineup changes and a team yet to play at full strength, the Bulls continue to battle through adversity topping the Rockets 125-120 at the United Center.
Despite a down night from Zach Lavine, who scored 10 points on one of eight shooting, it was the Bulls bench that came up huge against the Dallas Mavericks.
There are no moral victories in sports. However, if there were one, the Bulls would have grabbed two moral victories given how they played this weekend.
Zach Lavine had another tremendous game, dropping a game-high 38 with half of those coming in the first quarter. In the end, Lebron James was able to make some tough shots down the stretch, and the Lakers held off Chicago 117-115.
Coming off a dramatic come from behind win on Tuesday, the Bulls returned to the court Wednesday against the Sacramento Kings.
The win moves Chicago to 4-4 on the season, and they have now won four of their last five. They will look to move above .500 for the first time this season as they face Sacramento tonight.
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