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NBA: Bulls Destroy Mavs Without Doncic

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TheYou are The Chicago Bulls took advantage of Luka Doncic’s absence by resting to beat some of the seasoned Dallas Mavericks in offense (144-115). There was hardly any duel at Chicago’s United Center as the Bulls came away winning by 31 points Room two in the second half, they left with an impressive score of 82-53 and in the second half they let themselves go without ever dropping their advantage below 20 points.

DeMar DeRozan (28 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists) was the highlight of the Bulls (11-14) team that intimidated the Mavericks (13-13) with his brutal shooting 63.5% from the field and also an impressive 55.9% from perimeter (19-of-34 in triples). ). Seven Bulls players scored more than 10 points, including Nikola Vucevic (20 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 assists) and Zach LaVine (16 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 assists).

In this naked without Mavericks Doncic weighed in by playing his second consecutive match in less than 24 hours, Spencer Dinwiddie emerged with 27 points, 4 rebounds and 8 assists.

Dallas shot practically the same from three to two, but his accuracy in the outside shot was bleak (11 of 44 against 25%). This victory It gave air to a disappointing Bulls this season who entered this game with just one win in their last four games. For their part, the Mavericks continue to give alarming signals Since this campaign they have been capable of the best and the worst.

After adding four wins in five games, some of them against big rivals like the Golden State Warriors or the Phoenix Suns, On Friday, Doncic’s men fell to the Milwaukee Bucks (105-106) in a game that seemed to be in control and let them slip away in the last seconds because of their terrible goal. from the employee line (10 of 24 overall, 7 of 15 in the fourth quarter).

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