DeRozan breaks Wilt's record as Bulls beat Kings 125-118
DeMar DeRozan scored 38 points and broke an NBA record set by Hall of Famer Wilt Chamberlain, and the Chicago Bulls beat the Sacramento Kings 125-118 on Wednesday night. DeRozan, who made 16 of 27 field goals, became the first player in NBA history to score 35 or more points and shoot 50% or better in seven consecutive games. Chamberlain did it in six straight twice — during the 1960-61 and 1962-63 seasons.news.yahoo.com
NBA postpones the Chicago Bulls’ next 2 games due to the team’s COVID-19 outbreak, which stands at 10 players in the last 2 weeks
The NBA postponed the next two games for the Chicago Bulls due the team’s COVID-19 outbreak, which placed 10 players in the league’s health and safety protocols in a two-week period.chicagotribune.com
Stephen Curry scores 40 points as Warriors beat Bulls 119-93
Stephen Curry scored 40 points with nine 3-pointers as his old college coach from Davidson cheered him on, Draymond Green delivered another all-around effort, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Chicago Bulls 119-93 for their seventh straight win.
AP source: Grant accepts Olympic bid, pushes US roster to 12
USA Basketball now has a full 12-man roster for the Tokyo Games, after Chicago’s Zach LaVine and Detroit’s Jerami Grant accepted invitations Wednesday to join the team that will try to win the program’s fourth consecutive Olympic gold medal.
Chicago sports teams and the COVID-19 vaccine: Who is getting the shots and what does it mean for fan attendance
What are Chicago’s pro teams saying about the COVID-19 vaccine? How many players have received it? And what does it all mean for potentially increasing fan attendance at games?chicagotribune.com
Daywatch: Lightfoot eases COVID restrictions as cases rise, tallying up indoor dining ban fines and Passover restaurant specials and takeout kits
Just like that, the Bulls have another All-Star to go with Zach LaVine. They brought in center Nikola Vucevic from the Orlando Magic ahead of the NBA trade deadline Thursday — a busy day that saw them acquire five players while sending four to other teams. Among those leaving Chicago: Wendell Carter Jr. and Otto Porter Jr.chicagotribune.com