Devin Booker scores 51 points in 3 quarters, Suns rout Bulls
Devin Booker scored a season-high 51 points in just three quarters, Deandre Ayton had 30 points and 14 rebounds and the Phoenix Suns stretched their winning streak to six games with a 132-113 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night.
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.
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